Svar: [Orca-users] Using orca on HP - Timestamps question
tommy_henriksen at norddata.dk
Wed Feb 11 06:52:29 PST 2004
The RRdtool I use stores the time in UTC (seconds since 1970). I log
some extra data on my orca, printing the timestamp in my orcallector*
files. The timestamp I get is using the perl function time. I haven't
found other unix commands, - doing the job.
Best regards /Tommy
>>> "Philip Harris" <pharris at fni-stl.com> 00:37:24 11-02-2004 >>>
I have installed and configured orca to run on an HP-UX 11.x system. I
pulling data from HP Measureware (their PerfView license is through
roof!) and feeding it into the RRD successfully and am getting
My question is regarding the time displayed on the X axis. I understand
RDDTool stores the data in GMT. Shouldn't the charts be produced with
x-axis reflecting the local time zone? In my case, the x-axis is
in GMT rather than CST - all despite $TZ being set correctly - which
somewhat confusing to those viewing the chart. Is this expected
am I overlooking something?
Thanks for any input!
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