Step-1 Adding Yum Repository
Add the Reporforge repository. Then-
Yum install php-rrdtool
Alternatively, you can download the rpm from
Step-2 : Configure rrdtool.so in php configuration file.
# cd /etc/php.d/
# vi rrdtool.ini
; Enable rrdtool extension module
Next Restart apache web services.
# service httpd restart
Step-3 Checking php-rrd module is working fine
You need to have PHP compiled with RRDTool support to run the following PHP examples. If you compile PHP by hand then see: how to build the php rrdtool extension by hand. If you are using a distribution's pre-compiled PHP binary you should be able to install a second package with RRDTool support. You can verify that your PHP install is ready to go by running this:
Then search for "rrdtool" in the output and make sure that "rrdtool support" is enabled.
While going through each of the following steps you will notice that each call takes a couple of parameters and then one parameter that is just a string of options. The string of options is exactly how it is for generating/updating/graphing RRDs from the command line. This makes for a consistent interface for the different languages that have RRDTool support.