The perl dependancy can be solved by installing the extra perl module. I
just wanted to let you know. Something like this:
perl -MCPAN -e 'install time::HiRes'
Maybe modern linux perl has this, but my old solaris cacti machine does not.
As for the line1 suggestion. Great advice. That works perfectly.
On 1/11/07, HAWKER, Dan <dan.hawker(a)astrium.eads.net> wrote:
My data is graphing nearly perfectly. I found only two issues. Perl
requires time::HiRes. not on my older solaris cacti machine.
The other thing:
Directory Search Operations:
Total Searches is a purple graph. wholeSubTree is a green graph.
wholSubTree is always less then total, but I do not see it. Is it behind the
purple total searches graph?
time::HiRes - Ummm, sorry :) Is just a quick script I borrowed from
another Cacti template. Works, but my perl programming skills are almost as
good as my skills in any foreign language. I can usually listen, read it and
get the gist of whats going on, however actually making a conversation takes
more than I know.
Good spot. Yeah, it seems it is. This can be seen by changing the graph
type for the total searches. For instance if you change it to Line1, (Graph
Templates -> FDS Search -> Edit Item #9) you can clearly see the other
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