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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

       or

       rrdtool dump filename.rrd 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.

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.

AUTHOR
       Tobias Oetiker <tobi@oetiker.ch>

1.2.30				  2009-01-19			    RRDDUMP(1)

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