[Orca-users] Understanding the RRD component of Orca

Paul Porcelli Paul.Porcelli at scottishwater.co.uk
Mon Jan 23 07:08:28 PST 2006

Hi folks,
I'm not sure I really understand how RRD is used by Orca.
This is leading to some confusion in how I should setup a second Orca
cfg file.

I would like one cfg file for the default System stats, and a second cfg
for workload stats only.

For this purpose I will use different paths in the config files for the
HTML files.
In System.cfg
html_dir                /usr/local/var/orca/html/orcallator

In Workload.cfg
html_dir              /usr/local/var/orca-workload/html/orcallator

How should I set up the RRD path for these two configs ?
Do I need a different RRD path for each or can they both use the same
RRD source directory ?

Many thanks.
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