[rrd-users] Re: Maximum Argument Length?
oetiker at ee.ethz.ch
Fri Aug 6 20:06:23 MEST 1999
Today you sent me mail regarding [rrd-users] Re: Maximum Argument Length?:
*> Alex van den Bogaerdt <alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl> writes:
*> > Perhaps I missed something but what is wrong with:
*> I probably did a poor job explaining what I'm actually
*> doing currently:
*> [standard graph defs]
*> That's how I'm currently doing it... It gets those values
*> from 282 data sources 2 times. I'm not sure the internals
*> to the data base but it would be cool to be able to maybe
*> do a DEF:(min1,avg1,max1)=your.rrd:ds0:MIN,AVERAGE,MAX
*> That would save a redundant lookups.
*> Anyway, my original concern is should I continue to read those
*> DS dynamically to build a global graph or perhaps should I start
*> thinking of maintaing a rrd that sums all the parts and updates
*> into the global rrd?
as I said, as long as there is not performance issue for you, rrdtool shoud
be able to handle arbitrary length arguments ...
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