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Olaf HB
Hi.


I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
graphs in 'Weather station' section.

I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
this info to misterhouse.

After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a problem
with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with graphics
support (I am using Gentoo)

After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).

Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data because
the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the RRD.

I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.

My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs from
weather in misterhouse is broken?


In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station works?

I am using misterhouse from master branch.

Regards.

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H Plato
I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one of my favourite features of IA7!

the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish

If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the RRD data that you need. So something like this:

%curl --compressed "http://mh/json/rrd?start=now-6hour&group=outdoor_temp&time=0”

will give back data like this:

{
   "data" : {
      "data" : [
         {
            "color" : "#3300FF",
            "data" : [
               [
                  1484054100000,
                  "-26.2"
               ],
               [
                  1484054160000,
                  "-26.2"
               ],
               [
                  1484054220000,
                  "-26.2"
               ],
               [
                  1484054280000,
                  "-26.2"
               ],
 …

the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the ia7_rrd_config.json file

{
  "prefs" : {
      "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
      "uom" : "celsius"
  },
  "ds" : {
    "temp" : {
      "type" : "temperature",
    "label" : "Outside Temperature",
      "color" : "#330099",
      "round" : "1",
      "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
    },
    "dew" : {
      "type" : "temperature",
    "label" : "Dew Point",
      "color" : "#00ff00",
      "round" : "1",
      "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
    },
    "apparent" : {
      "type" : "temperature",
    "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
      "color" : "#3300FF",
      "round" : "1",
      "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
    },    
    "humid" : {
      "type" : "humidity",
      "label" : "Outside Humidity",
      "color" : "#330099",
      "round" : "1",
      "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"  
    },


Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.

> On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi.
>
>
> I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> graphs in 'Weather station' section.
>
> I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> this info to misterhouse.
>
> After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a problem
> with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with graphics
> support (I am using Gentoo)
>
> After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
>
> Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data because
> the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the RRD.
>
> I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
>
> My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs from
> weather in misterhouse is broken?
>
>
> In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station works?
>
> I am using misterhouse from master branch.
>
> Regards.
>
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Olaf HB
Hi Plato.

Thank you for the info.

I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).

Then it breaks the XML to lines.

After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.

In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.

Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60

I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.


Regards.





On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:

> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> %curl --compressed "http://mh/json/rrd?start=now-6hour&group=outdoor_
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>    "prefs" : {
>       "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>       "uom" : "celsius"
>    },
>    "ds" : {
>      "temp" : {
>          "type" : "temperature",
>         "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>          "color" : "#330099",
>          "round" : "1",
>          "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>       },
>      "dew" : {
>          "type" : "temperature",
>         "label" : "Dew Point",
>          "color" : "#00ff00",
>          "round" : "1",
>          "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>       },
>      "apparent" : {
>          "type" : "temperature",
>         "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>          "color" : "#3300FF",
>          "round" : "1",
>          "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>       },     
>       "humid" : {
>          "type" : "humidity",
>          "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>          "color" : "#330099",
>          "round" : "1",
>          "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid" 
>   
>       },
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
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H Plato

Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5

 

Doing this:

 

rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now

 

gives me this data:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>

 

<xport>

  <meta>

    <start>1484056140</start>

    <step>60</step>

    <end>1484056140</end>

    <rows>361</rows>

    <columns>1</columns>

    <legend>

      <entry></entry>

    </legend>

  </meta>

  <data>

    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

 

[snip]

 

    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>

  </data>

</xport>

 

Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?

 

http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=56177

 

 

 

From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?

 

Hi Plato.

 

Thank you for the info.

 

I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using

RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).

 

Then it breaks the XML to lines.

 

After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool

that tag is not returned.

 

In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.

 

Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from

misterhouse) (attached).

Command:

rrdtool xport

DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen

t:AVERAGE

DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG

E

DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE

XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60

 

I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the

output or if  is just a problem of configuration.

 

 

Regards.

 

 

 

 

 

On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:

> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool

> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one

> of my favourite features of IA7!

>

> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish

>

> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the

> RRD data that you need. So something like this:

>

> %curl --compressed "http://mh/json/rrd?start=now-6hour&group=outdoor_

> temp&time=0”

>

> will give back data like this:

>

> {

>    "data" : {

>       "data" : [

>          {

>             "color" : "#3300FF",

>             "data" : [

>                [

>                   1484054100000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054160000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054220000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054280000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>  …

>

> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the

> ia7_rrd_config.json file

>

> { 

>             "prefs" : {

>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",

>             "uom" : "celsius"

>             },

>             "ds" : {

>             "temp" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",

>                                             "color" : "#330099",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },

>             "dew" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",

>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },

>             "apparent" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",

>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },                            

>                             "humid" : {

>                                             "type" : "humidity",

>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",

>                                             "color" : "#330099",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"          

>   

>                             },            

> …

>

> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.

>

> >

> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

> >

> > Hi.

> >

> >

> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather

> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.

> >

> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed

> > this info to misterhouse.

> >

> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a

> > problem

> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with

> > graphics

> > support (I am using Gentoo)

> >

> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).

> >

> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data

> > because

> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the

> > RRD.

> >

> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I

> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.

> >

> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs

> > from

> > weather in misterhouse is broken?

> >

> >

> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station

> > works?

> >

> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.

> >

> > Regards.

> >

> > -----------------------------------------------------------------

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> >

>

 


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Just a side comment...

On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 12:18:20PM -0700, H Plato wrote:

> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> %curl --compressed "http://mh/json/rrd?start=now-6hour&group=outdoor_temp&time=0”

I tried this curl command and it caused MH to crash (I have the crash
output if anyone is interested). However, I then did a pull of the
latest master code and now there is no crash and I do get a response.

Cheers,

Eloy Paris.-


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Olaf HB
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I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:

Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5

 

Doing this:

 

rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now

 

gives me this data:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>

 

<xport>

  <meta>

    <start>1484056140</start>

    <step>60</step>

    <end>1484056140</end>

    <rows>361</rows>

    <columns>1</columns>

    <legend>

      <entry></entry>

    </legend>

  </meta>

  <data>

    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>

 

[snip]

 

    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>

    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>

  </data>

</xport>

 

Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?

 

http://forums.cacti.net/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=56177

 

 

 

From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?

 

Hi Plato.

 

Thank you for the info.

 

I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using

RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).

 

Then it breaks the XML to lines.

 

After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool

that tag is not returned.

 

In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.

 

Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from

misterhouse) (attached).

Command:

rrdtool xport

DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen

t:AVERAGE

DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG

E

DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE

XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60

 

I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the

output or if  is just a problem of configuration.

 

 

Regards.

 

 

 

 

 

On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:

> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool

> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one

> of my favourite features of IA7!

>

> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish

>

> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the

> RRD data that you need. So something like this:

>

> %curl --compressed "http://mh/json/rrd?start=now-6hour&group=outdoor_

> temp&time=0”

>

> will give back data like this:

>

> {

>    "data" : {

>       "data" : [

>          {

>             "color" : "#3300FF",

>             "data" : [

>                [

>                   1484054100000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054160000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054220000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>                [

>                   1484054280000,

>                   "-26.2"

>                ],

>  …

>

> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the

> ia7_rrd_config.json file

>

> { 

>             "prefs" : {

>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",

>             "uom" : "celsius"

>             },

>             "ds" : {

>             "temp" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",

>                                             "color" : "#330099",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },

>             "dew" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",

>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },

>             "apparent" : {

>                                             "type" : "temperature",

>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",

>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"

>                             },                            

>                             "humid" : {

>                                             "type" : "humidity",

>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",

>                                             "color" : "#330099",

>                                             "round" : "1",

>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"          

>   

>                             },            

> …

>

> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.

>

> >

> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

> >

> > Hi.

> >

> >

> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather

> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.

> >

> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed

> > this info to misterhouse.

> >

> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a

> > problem

> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with

> > graphics

> > support (I am using Gentoo)

> >

> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).

> >

> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data

> > because

> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the

> > RRD.

> >

> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I

> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.

> >

> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs

> > from

> > weather in misterhouse is broken?

> >

> >

> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station

> > works?

> >

> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.

> >

> > Regards.

> >

> > -----------------------------------------------------------------

> > -------------

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> > Access to Intel Xeon Phi processor-based developer platforms.

> > With one year of Intel Parallel Studio XE.

> > Training and support from Colfax.

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> >

>

 


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Re: are your weather graphs working?

Olaf HB
This is the output of rrdtool xport:

RRDtool 1.5.51.5.5  Copyright by Tobias Oetiker <[hidden email]>
               Compiled Jan 10 2017 00:19:23

Usage: rrdtool [options] command command_options
* xport - generate XML dump from one or several RRD

rrdtool xport [-s|--start seconds] [-e|--end seconds]
[-m|--maxrows rows]
[--step seconds]
[--enumds] [--json]
[-d|--daemon address]
[DEF:vname=rrd:ds-name:CF]
[CDEF:vname=rpn-expression]
[XPORT:vname:legend]

RRDtool is distributed under the Terms of the GNU General
Public License Version 2. (www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html)

For more information read the RRD manpages



Regards.
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 13:29 -0700, H Plato wrote:
What do you see if you just type rrdtool xport?

%rrdtool xport
RRDtool 1.4.9  Copyright 1997-2013 by Tobias Oetiker <[hidden email]>
               Compiled Jul 26 2015 18:42:23

Usage: rrdtool [options] command command_options
* xport - generate XML dump from one or several RRD

rrdtool xport [-s|--start seconds] [-e|--end seconds]
[-m|--maxrows rows]
[--step seconds]
[--enumds] [--json]
[DEF:vname=rrd:ds-name:CF]
[CDEF:vname=rpn-expression]
[XPORT:vname:legend]

RRDtool is distributed under the Terms of the GNU General
Public License Version 2. (www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html)

For more information read the RRD manpages


On Jan 10, 2017, at 1:22 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:
Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5
 
Doing this:
 
rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now
 
gives me this data:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
 
<xport>
  <meta>
    <start>1484056140</start>
    <step>60</step>
    <end>1484056140</end>
    <rows>361</rows>
    <columns>1</columns>
    <legend>
      <entry></entry>
    </legend>
  </meta>
  <data>
    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
 
[snip]
 
    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>
  </data>
</xport>
 
Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?
 
 
 
 
From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?
 
Hi Plato.
 
Thank you for the info.
 
I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).
 
Then it breaks the XML to lines.
 
After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.
 
In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.
 
Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60
 
I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.
 
 
Regards.
 
 
 
 
 
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:
> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>             "prefs" : {
>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>             "uom" : "celsius"
>             },
>             "ds" : {
>             "temp" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "dew" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",
>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "apparent" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },                             
>                             "humid" : {
>                                             "type" : "humidity",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"           
>   
>                             },             
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------
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> > Access to Intel Xeon Phi processor-based developer platforms.
> > With one year of Intel Parallel Studio XE.
> > Training and support from Colfax.
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H Plato
In reply to this post by Olaf HB
It looks like they added back the time feature in 1.6. So I don’t think the RRD stuff won’t work as is with 1.5

However, interesting workaround. The only thing I don’t know is if the steps change with a larger dataset. If I select a year, it looks like the timestamps are greater than 60 seconds:



            "data" : [
               [
                  1452556800000,
                  "-13.1"
               ],
               [
                  1452729600000,
                  "-6.8"
               ],
               [
                  1452902400000,
                  "-6"
               ],
               [
                  1453075200000,
                  "-16.1"
               ],
               [
                  1453248000000,
                  "-10.2"
               ],
               [
                  1453420800000,
                  "-10.3"
               ],
    

Do you want to try updating to 1.6 and then adding in the —showtime option in the json_server.pl? Might be good to know if this will even work.

On Jan 10, 2017, at 1:22 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:
Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5
 
Doing this:
 
rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now
 
gives me this data:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
 
<xport>
  <meta>
    <start>1484056140</start>
    <step>60</step>
    <end>1484056140</end>
    <rows>361</rows>
    <columns>1</columns>
    <legend>
      <entry></entry>
    </legend>
  </meta>
  <data>
    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
 
[snip]
 
    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>
  </data>
</xport>
 
Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?
 
 
 
 
From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?
 
Hi Plato.
 
Thank you for the info.
 
I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).
 
Then it breaks the XML to lines.
 
After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.
 
In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.
 
Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60
 
I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.
 
 
Regards.
 
 
 
 
 
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:
> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>             "prefs" : {
>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>             "uom" : "celsius"
>             },
>             "ds" : {
>             "temp" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "dew" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",
>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "apparent" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },                             
>                             "humid" : {
>                                             "type" : "humidity",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"           
>   
>                             },             
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
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Re: are your weather graphs working?

Olaf HB
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It is correct, the step change with different time intervals ( 1 day, 2 days, 1 week,..1 year) but I am not hard coding the step to 60 seconds, I get the step value from the XML, If I change the time intervals to 2 days in ia7 the step changes to 300 seconds, if I change the time interval in ia7 to 12 hours it change to 120 seconds. I do not have enough weather data yet but at least this intervals work fine, the graph is correctly adjusted.

I will try to make the test with rrdtool 1.6, as you suggested, to let you know if it will work.

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 15:55 -0700, H Plato wrote:
It looks like they added back the time feature in 1.6. So I don’t think the RRD stuff won’t work as is with 1.5

However, interesting workaround. The only thing I don’t know is if the steps change with a larger dataset. If I select a year, it looks like the timestamps are greater than 60 seconds:



            "data" : [
               [
                  1452556800000,
                  "-13.1"
               ],
               [
                  1452729600000,
                  "-6.8"
               ],
               [
                  1452902400000,
                  "-6"
               ],
               [
                  1453075200000,
                  "-16.1"
               ],
               [
                  1453248000000,
                  "-10.2"
               ],
               [
                  1453420800000,
                  "-10.3"
               ],
    

Do you want to try updating to 1.6 and then adding in the —showtime option in the json_server.pl? Might be good to know if this will even work.

On Jan 10, 2017, at 1:22 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:
Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5
 
Doing this:
 
rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now
 
gives me this data:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
 
<xport>
  <meta>
    <start>1484056140</start>
    <step>60</step>
    <end>1484056140</end>
    <rows>361</rows>
    <columns>1</columns>
    <legend>
      <entry></entry>
    </legend>
  </meta>
  <data>
    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
 
[snip]
 
    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>
  </data>
</xport>
 
Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?
 
 
 
 
From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?
 
Hi Plato.
 
Thank you for the info.
 
I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).
 
Then it breaks the XML to lines.
 
After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.
 
In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.
 
Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60
 
I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.
 
 
Regards.
 
 
 
 
 
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:
> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>             "prefs" : {
>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>             "uom" : "celsius"
>             },
>             "ds" : {
>             "temp" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "dew" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",
>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "apparent" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },                             
>                             "humid" : {
>                                             "type" : "humidity",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"           
>   
>                             },             
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------
> > -------------
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> > Access to Intel Xeon Phi processor-based developer platforms.
> > With one year of Intel Parallel Studio XE.
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Re: are your weather graphs working?

Olaf HB
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Ok. Working on that.

Regards.

On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 16:21 -0700, H Plato wrote:
Neat,yup, selecting a year gives a different step. Since they changed the default behavior, this is probably the better way to go, rather than trying to support different versions.

Can you put in a pull request to my ia7 branch and I’ll test it out?


On Jan 10, 2017, at 4:14 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

It is correct, the step change with different time intervals ( 1 day, 2 days, 1 week,..1 year) but I am not hard coding the step to 60 seconds, I get the step value from the XML, If I change the time intervals to 2 days in ia7 the step changes to 300 seconds, if I change the time interval in ia7 to 12 hours it change to 120 seconds. I do not have enough weather data yet but at least this intervals work fine, the graph is correctly adjusted.

I will try to make the test with rrdtool 1.6, as you suggested, to let you know if it will work.

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 15:55 -0700, H Plato wrote:
It looks like they added back the time feature in 1.6. So I don’t think the RRD stuff won’t work as is with 1.5

However, interesting workaround. The only thing I don’t know is if the steps change with a larger dataset. If I select a year, it looks like the timestamps are greater than 60 seconds:



            "data" : [
               [
                  1452556800000,
                  "-13.1"
               ],
               [
                  1452729600000,
                  "-6.8"
               ],
               [
                  1452902400000,
                  "-6"
               ],
               [
                  1453075200000,
                  "-16.1"
               ],
               [
                  1453248000000,
                  "-10.2"
               ],
               [
                  1453420800000,
                  "-10.3"
               ],
    

Do you want to try updating to 1.6 and then adding in the —showtime option in the json_server.pl? Might be good to know if this will even work.

On Jan 10, 2017, at 1:22 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:
Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5
 
Doing this:
 
rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now
 
gives me this data:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
 
<xport>
  <meta>
    <start>1484056140</start>
    <step>60</step>
    <end>1484056140</end>
    <rows>361</rows>
    <columns>1</columns>
    <legend>
      <entry></entry>
    </legend>
  </meta>
  <data>
    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
 
[snip]
 
    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>
  </data>
</xport>
 
Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?
 
 
 
 
From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?
 
Hi Plato.
 
Thank you for the info.
 
I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).
 
Then it breaks the XML to lines.
 
After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.
 
In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.
 
Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60
 
I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.
 
 
Regards.
 
 
 
 
 
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:
> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>             "prefs" : {
>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>             "uom" : "celsius"
>             },
>             "ds" : {
>             "temp" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "dew" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",
>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "apparent" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },                             
>                             "humid" : {
>                                             "type" : "humidity",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"           
>   
>                             },             
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
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Re: are your weather graphs working?

Olaf HB
Hi Plato.

Pull request is ready in your ia7 branch.

Regards.

On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 18:25 -0600, Olaf HB wrote:
Ok. Working on that.

Regards.

On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 16:21 -0700, H Plato wrote:
Neat,yup, selecting a year gives a different step. Since they changed the default behavior, this is probably the better way to go, rather than trying to support different versions.

Can you put in a pull request to my ia7 branch and I’ll test it out?


On Jan 10, 2017, at 4:14 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

It is correct, the step change with different time intervals ( 1 day, 2 days, 1 week,..1 year) but I am not hard coding the step to 60 seconds, I get the step value from the XML, If I change the time intervals to 2 days in ia7 the step changes to 300 seconds, if I change the time interval in ia7 to 12 hours it change to 120 seconds. I do not have enough weather data yet but at least this intervals work fine, the graph is correctly adjusted.

I will try to make the test with rrdtool 1.6, as you suggested, to let you know if it will work.

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 15:55 -0700, H Plato wrote:
It looks like they added back the time feature in 1.6. So I don’t think the RRD stuff won’t work as is with 1.5

However, interesting workaround. The only thing I don’t know is if the steps change with a larger dataset. If I select a year, it looks like the timestamps are greater than 60 seconds:



            "data" : [
               [
                  1452556800000,
                  "-13.1"
               ],
               [
                  1452729600000,
                  "-6.8"
               ],
               [
                  1452902400000,
                  "-6"
               ],
               [
                  1453075200000,
                  "-16.1"
               ],
               [
                  1453248000000,
                  "-10.2"
               ],
               [
                  1453420800000,
                  "-10.3"
               ],
    

Do you want to try updating to 1.6 and then adding in the —showtime option in the json_server.pl? Might be good to know if this will even work.

On Jan 10, 2017, at 1:22 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:

I checked the options of rrdtool 1.5.51.5.5 and there are not a --showtime option.

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'showtime'

ERROR: xport: invalid option -- 'show-time'



However, I made some adjustments in json_server.pl and now I got the graphs working.

Basically, I calculated the time for every row taking the start time and adding 60 secs (step) to every next row. I do not know if this code is useful for anyone or to the misterhouse project. In fact, it should work with older versions of rrdtool since it ignores the <t> tags. Maybe when the common Linux distros upgrade to a newer version of rrdtool the graps will be broken.

Also addet the ability to shown the wind speed graph in Km/h since is locked to mph.


What do you think guys?

Regards.



On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:53 -0700, [hidden email] wrote:
Ah, gotcha. Looks like something is weird with 1.5.51.5.5
 
Doing this:
 
rrdtool xport DEF:apparent=weather_save.rrd:apparent:AVERAGE XPORT:apparent --start now-6h --end now
 
gives me this data:
 
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
 
<xport>
  <meta>
    <start>1484056140</start>
    <step>60</step>
    <end>1484056140</end>
    <rows>361</rows>
    <columns>1</columns>
    <legend>
      <entry></entry>
    </legend>
  </meta>
  <data>
    <row><t>1484056140</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056200</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056260</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056320</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484056380</t><v>-1.5200000000e+01</v></row>
 
[snip]
 
    <row><t>1484077200</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077260</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077320</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077380</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077440</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077500</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077560</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077620</t><v>-1.9300000000e+01</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077680</t><v>NaN</v></row>
    <row><t>1484077740</t><v>NaN</v></row>
  </data>
</xport>
 
Does 1.5 have a –showtime function?
 
 
 
 
From: [hidden email]
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 12:38 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [mh] are your weather graphs working?
 
Hi Plato.
 
Thank you for the info.
 
I studied json_server.pl and it export the RRD to a XML using
RRDTool::rawish (as you told me).
 
Then it breaks the XML to lines.
 
After it look for the <t> tags for the timestamp, but in my rrdtool
that tag is not returned.
 
In my Gentoo system I have rrdtool version 1.5.51.5.5.
 
Here are the xml exported from RRD (I used the same arguments from
misterhouse) (attached).
Command:
rrdtool xport
DEF:apparent=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:apparen
t:AVERAGE
DEF:temp=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:temp:AVERAG
E
DEF:dew=/opt/mrhouse/misterhouse/data/rrd/weather_data.rrd:dew:AVERAGE
XPORT:apparent XPORT:temp XPORT:dew --start now-6h --end now --step 60
 
I do not know if this version of RRDtool changed the format of the
output or if  is just a problem of configuration.
 
 
Regards.
 
 
 
 
 
On Tue, 2017-01-10 at 12:18 -0700, H Plato wrote:
> I put in the IA7 json RRD support, and on my system I use RRDtool
> 1.4.7 and 1.4.9 without issue. In fact the dynamic RRD graphs are one
> of my favourite features of IA7!
>
> the IA7 rrd source uses RRDTool::Rawish
>
> If you’re using IA7, you can see if the json server can output the
> RRD data that you need. So something like this:
>
> temp&time=0”
>
> will give back data like this:
>
> {
>    "data" : {
>       "data" : [
>          {
>             "color" : "#3300FF",
>             "data" : [
>                [
>                   1484054100000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054160000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054220000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>                [
>                   1484054280000,
>                   "-26.2"
>                ],
>  …
>
> the group=<group> refers to the group entries in the
> ia7_rrd_config.json file
>
> { 
>             "prefs" : {
>             "default_cf" :"AVERAGE",
>             "uom" : "celsius"
>             },
>             "ds" : {
>             "temp" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "dew" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Dew Point",
>                                             "color" : "#00ff00",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },
>             "apparent" : {
>                                             "type" : "temperature",
>                                             "label" : "Apparent Temperature",
>                                             "color" : "#3300FF",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_temp,temp"
>                             },                             
>                             "humid" : {
>                                             "type" : "humidity",
>                                             "label" : "Outside Humidity",
>                                             "color" : "#330099",
>                                             "round" : "1",
>                                             "group" : "outdoor_humid,humid"           
>   
>                             },             
> …
>
> Hopefully this can help your troubleshoot your issue.
>
> >
> > On Jan 10, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Olaf HB <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hi.
> >
> >
> > I have been struggling with misterhouse to make it generate weather
> > graphs in 'Weather station' section.
> >
> > I am gathering info from accuweather. I used Weather::common to fed
> > this info to misterhouse.
> >
> > After tracking all the path for the weather system. I found a
> > problem
> > with my version of rrdtool. rrdtool need to be compiled with
> > graphics
> > support (I am using Gentoo)
> >
> > After that I got an empty graph (before was just a blank page).
> >
> > Then I realized that json_server.pl does not return any data
> > because
> > the timestamp (t tag) are not found in the xml exported from the
> > RRD.
> >
> > I made a lot extern test with rrdtool and weather_data.rrd file. I
> > never got the <t> </t> tags in the output.
> >
> > My version of rrdtool is wrong? or functionality of drawing graphs
> > from
> > weather in misterhouse is broken?
> >
> >
> > In your setups of misterhouse, the graphs from weather station
> > works?
> >
> > I am using misterhouse from master branch.
> >
> > Regards.
> >
> > -----------------------------------------------------------------
> > -------------
> > Developer Access Program for Intel Xeon Phi Processors
> > Access to Intel Xeon Phi processor-based developer platforms.
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>
 
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