[rrd-developers] Introducing: rrd modify
peter at stamfest.at
Thu Feb 27 22:50:12 CET 2014
Am 2014-02-27 12:38, schrieb Peter Stamfest:
> Am 2014-02-26 15:24, schrieb Tobias Oetiker:
>> Hi Peter,
>> thanks ... its merged ...
> Which leaves me to ask for feedback to the command syntax I invented.
> Currently the syntax is
> DEL:<ds-name> for DS deletion and standard rrdcreate DS:<...> syntax
> for DS addition.
> - which made sense.
> When changing RRAs I'm thinking about:
> DELRRA:<index> with <index> being the index spit out by rrdinfo for
> deletion and standard rrdcreate RRA:<....> syntax for RRA creation.
> Changing the number of rows for RRAs could be:
> RRA#<index>:[+-=]<number> to add/remove/set the number of RRA entries
> Doing automatic consolidation for modified RRAs will likely only work
> for AVERAGE, MIN, MAX, LAST consolidation functions.
The rrdmodify-master branch should now contain the code needed for
these operations. It received light testing. Currently NO consolidation
for newly added rows takes place.
> Changing the step size might be constrained by requireing the old and
> the new step size to be related by a multiplicative factor of N or 1/N
> with N being a whole (positive) number. I can't promise this, however,
> to be available soon.
No support for this (yet?)
>> Today Peter Stamfest wrote:
>>> Am 2014-02-25 09:24, schrieb Tobias Oetiker:
>>>> Hi Peter,
>>>> Today Peter Stamfest wrote:
>>>>> Hi List, Hi Tobi,
>>>>> I have implemented a "rrd modify" command. Essentially, it takes an
>>>>> input RRD, adds or removes data sources and creates an output RRD.
>>>>> My current imlementation can be found in branch "rrdmodify" at
>>>>> That branch does not properly merge against master, currently. I'm
>>>>> currently trying to rebase it to master...
>>>> that looks good, since it is not a bugfix, it would be better to
>>>> make it apply to master
>>> I have added the branch "rrdmodify-master" to the git repo at
>>> This is essentially a rebase of rrdmodify from its branching point at
>>> 1.4 to master, so it does not contain anything not created by me. It
>>> should work just as well as the rrdmodify branch. So: please pull!
>>> Note that the branch contains some changes that might be useful for
>>> other things as well: I factored out parseDS and avoided some code
>>> duplication in rrd_client.c (rrd_flush / rrd_forget use a common
>>> function that might be reused for other filename based rrdcached
>>> commands). One goal should definitly be (read: 2.0) to get rid of code
>>> duplication and become more modular overall.
>>> I'll look into RRA modification...
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