AW: [hobbit] Re: Integrate rrd files into hobbit
Detlef.Stracke at mobilcom.de
Tue Sep 30 12:23:46 CEST 2008
I had the same Problem. I changed the "DEF:... AVERAGE..." in "DEF:...
MAX ...". And now it works fine. Every 24 Hours my rrd get a update.
Von: Igor Cicimov [mailto:icicimov at gmail.com]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 30. September 2008 10:48
An: hobbit at hswn.dk
Betreff: [hobbit] Re: Integrate rrd files into hobbit
Since I haven't receive any response to the previous e-mail I'm
including some more details here. This is what I have done till now but
can't get any graph output from hobbit:
I have edited the following 3 files:
- hobbitgraph.cfg - tell hobbit how to create the graph from the rrd
TITLE EPUB92: Threads ebspap11
- hobbitserver.cfg - tell hobbit to include the new graph for processing
=> add the new graph name to the GRAPHS line
- bb-hosts - add the new graph to the "trends" column for the apropriate
#subparent SWIF-Public Weblogic Weblogic servers
group-compress <font size="+1">Weblogic servers</font>
10.156.202.10 Weblogic8.1-ebspap11 # conn HIDEHTTP
So the idea is to get hobbit create the graph and put it under the
trends column for the particular server but it seams it doesn't do
anything since I can't see any graph or error messages in the log file.
I have put the etech_thread81cmspServer11_cms.rrd file into
/var/lib/hobbit/rrd/Weblogic8.1-ebspap11 folder. Just wondering if I'm
missing something or just want to accomplish the impossible?
On Sat, Sep 27, 2008 at 1:08 AM, Igor Cicimov <icicimov at gmail.com>
I was reading some posts about integrating external custom
into hobbit and was wondering is it possible to link existing
database files created by some other application and use hobbit
charting? If possible, what files do I need to eddit to make
work? The rrd file is created using rrdtool so another question
be about compatibility of the rrd file with the way the rrd
being created in hobbit.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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