[rrd-users] Re: disabling interpolation?
John D. Blair
jblair at quicknet.net
Tue Aug 22 18:37:34 MEST 2000
"Paul C. Williamson" wrote:
> >>> "John D. Blair" <jblair at quicknet.net> 08/22/00 12:10PM >>>
> interpolates it records impossible conditions. I.e., there are never
> 4.76 people in a room, there are either 4 or 5.
> Not to add fuel to the fire, but...
> There were probably 5 people in the room from 9:00 am until 9:47, then 1 walked out leaving 4. Over that hours, there were an average of 4.76 people in the room.
> Just stirring it up....
I understand this reasoning-- it makes perfect sense from a statistical
perspective. I didn't mean to be argumentative. I was just hoping
there was a way to make rrdtool "less accurate." I've just got a
situation where other people are confused by non-integer values in the
graph and keep reporting it as a bug.
At any rate, its looking like the solution to my problem will be to
quantize the time value that I report to rrdtool on the step boundaries
I've set up in the RRA.
John D. Blair <jblair at quicknet.net>
Senior Software Engineer, Quicknet Technologies, Inc.
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