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       rrddir2xml - Searches a directory for RRD files and generates Torrus XML configuration


       torrus rrddir2xml --dir=DIR [options...]


       rrddir2xml searches in a given directory for RRD files and creates Torrus XML
       configuration file suitable for browsing ofthose data files.

       With default options, it is usable for RRD files generated by Torrus' SNMP collector,
       where the file name starts with the host name, separated by underscore from interface name
       or other MIB specifics. With these defaults, it creates a subtree per each host name, and
       all RRD files belonging top that host name are sorted alphabetically in that subtree.


           Absolute path to the directory for searching. The directory may contain also non-RRD
           files. Only regular files are processed, and the symlinks are ignored.

           If specified, the directory will be searched recursively. All file names across all
           subdirectories must be unique. Symlinks to other directories are ignored.

           If the filter is specified, then rrddir2xml lists only those files and subdirectories
           whose names match the given regular expression.

           Output XML file name. If relative path given, the file is placed in
           /etc/torrus/xmlconfig. Default: rrddir.xml.

           Top subtree path in the generted XML. Default is the top of the tree ("/").

           Regular expression used for splitting the file name into parts to build the subtree
           hierarchy. Default is a sequence of underscores ("_+").

           Number of levels of hierarchy to build by splitting the file names.  Default is 2

           Text to put as "comment" parameter to the top subtree.

           If specified, Holt-Winters prediciton boundaries and failures are displayed in the

           Prints extra diagnosics.

           Prints debugging information.




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       Stanislav Sinyagin <>