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RRDDUMP(1)                          rrdtool                         RRDDUMP(1)



NAME
       rrddump - dump the contents of an RRD to XML format

SYNOPSIS
       rrdtool dump filename.rrd [filename.xml] [--header|-h {none,xsd,dtd}] [--no-header] [--daemon address]
       > filename.xml

DESCRIPTION
       The dump function writes the contents of an RRD in human readable (?) XML format to a file or to stdout. This
       format can be read by rrdrestore. Together they allow you to transfer your files from one computer architecture
       to another as well to manipulate the contents of an RRD file in a somewhat more convenient manner.

       filename.rrd
               The name of the RRD you want to dump.

       filename.xml
               The (optional) filename that you want to write the XML output to.  If not specified, the XML will be
               printed to stdout.

       --header|-h {none,xsd,dtd}
               By default RRDtool will add a dtd header to the xml file. Here you can customize this to and xsd header
               or no header at all.

       --no-header
               A shortcut for --header=none.

               If you want to restore the dump with RRDtool 1.2 you should use the --no-header option since 1.2 can
               not deal with xml headers.

       --daemon address
               Address of the rrdcached daemon. If specified, a "flush" command is sent to the server before reading
               the RRD files. This allows rrdtool to return fresh data even if the daemon is configured to cache
               values for a long time.  For a list of accepted formats, see the -l option in the rrdcached manual.

                rrdtool dump --daemon unix:/var/run/rrdcached.sock /var/lib/rrd/foo.rrd

EXAMPLES
       To transfer an RRD between architectures, follow these steps:

       1.  On the same system where the RRD was created, use rrdtool dump to export the data to XML format.

       2.  Transfer the XML dump to the target system.

       3.  Run rrdtool restore to create a new RRD from the XML dump. See rrdrestore for details.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       The following environment variables may be used to change the behavior of "rrdtool dump":

       RRDCACHED_ADDRESS
           If this environment variable is set it will have the same effect as specifying the "--daemon" option on the
           command line. If both are present, the command line argument takes precedence.

AUTHOR
       Tobias Oetiker <tobiAToetiker.ch>



1.4.7                             2009-10-14                        RRDDUMP(1)