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python-rrdtool try except rrdtool.error module object has no attribute error

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I have this code that gives this error on Linux and will be grateful if you can help
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  1. import rrdtool
  3. try:      
  4.       ret_asd = rrdtool.update(myfile.rrd,'N:%s:%s' %(metric1, metric2));    
  5. except rrdtool.error, e:
  6.       print e 
When i run the above i get the below error

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  1. except rrdtool.error, e:
  2. AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'error'
The code is intended to skip the below error
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  1. illegal attempt to update using time 1363358441 when last update time is 1363358441 (minimum one second step)
Appreciate if you can help me get a solution for this

Oct 20 '15 #1
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