Cacti spine not updating rrd

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In this tutorial we will see just how easily we can do that.We will need to stop Cacti at the old server during the migration process.Unfortunately, there is a lot of incomplete information on how to do this.The first link is mostly right, but forgets about adjusting RRA steps.RRDtool is developed using the "C" programming language and it stores the collected data on ".rrd" files.The number of records in a ".rrd" file never increases, meaning that old records are frequently removed.To minimize any gaps in graphs, we will prepare the newer server first (while Cacti at the old server is still running).

We would not be where we are today without the help. For additional details check out the README located on Git Hub.Cacti default 5-minute RRA settings The default Cacti RRAs expect polling every 5 minutes, and use steps of 1, 6, 24, 288.Multiply by 5 minutes, and that gives RRAs with resolution of 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 2 hours, and 1 day.It can graph network bandwidths with SNMP, shell or perl scripts.RRDtool is a program developed by the Swiss Tobi Oeticker who was already the creator of the famous MRTG.Remote data collectors (Pollers) Network discovery and automation Device management automation Enhanced user, group and domain management User interface enhancements Additional RRDtool graph option support Merged almost 20 plugins into core

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