[rrd-users] Re: graph shooting up (fwd)

Mark Manuel C. Ramos markmanuel at pacific.net.sg
Sun Aug 6 12:52:36 MEST 2000


  Right now my xff is 0.5.. Is this good enough?  regarding the missing
samples I want to see it in the graph as simply zero or gap in the physical
graph.  What will exactly be plotted if update it with U?


> Just to make sure:  "depending on the xff value" means that you may
> need to alter this.  If you want to see the unknowns, you have to make
> sure that RRDtool does NOT interpolate the data when only one unknown
> was received.  Normally if one sample is missed, the gap is silently
> filled as normally you would not be interested in missing samples.
> regards,
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