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    Bulk edit graph tree - Cacti

    I've got Cacti setup and am starting to populate it with devices. I've just been through and done the following:

    Code:
    -Switches
      -CAB-G
      -Core Switch
         -Slot-A
            -A1
            -A2
            -A3
            -A4
            -A5
            -A6
         -Slot-B
         -Slot-C
         -Slot-D
         -Slot-E
         -Slot-F
         -Slot-G
         -Slot-H
    I've got all the ports for each slot (module thingy I've just named it slot for some reason).

    So...I want to move the entire structure of Core Switch into CAB-G...how does I do this...I've been looking at the MySQL tables in PhpMyAdmin but can't work out what I need to change.

    Anyone familiar with this?

    Cheers!

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    Admin -> Graph Trees. However there is no way to copy/move the structure, you will have to recreate it in the new location. Your graphed data will remain intact though, unless you delete the graphs and their associated data sources.

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    Yeah, that's the conclusion I'd come to already Shame, they should definately think about adding this to the feature list.

    I've even been through the database graph tree tables and can't work out which field I'd need to change to get it to work.

    Oh well

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