[rrd-users] Re: rrdtool fetch returns in scientific notation (help!)

Sandor W. Sklar ssklar at stanford.edu
Thu Apr 12 01:17:05 MEST 2001

ok, thanks ... I can do a conversion of the scientific notation 
(that, in fact, was the problem I was asking for help on), but I saw 
no reference to that style of output anywhere, so I was wondering if 
it was something that I was doing wrong.

thanks again,

At 1:13 PM -1000 4/11/01, Clifton Royston wrote:
>On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 04:06:19PM -0700, Sandor W. Sklar wrote:
>>  thanks, I see now the difference between COUNTER and GAUGE.  However,
>>  when I change that datatype in my "create" statement, and then store
>>  the values and do the fetch, I now get ...
>>                         aio
>>    987015000: NaNQ
>>    987015300: 3.0000000000e+00
>>    987019500: NaNQ
>>  could this be an operating system/compiler combo quirk?
>   If it's the scientific notation itself that's a problem, then it's
>something you just have to live with, or run it through another script
>to reformat it.
>   The "NaNQ", vs. the usual "NaN", I haven't seen before, but I'm also
>using an older version of RRDtool.
>   -- Clifton
>  Clifton Royston  --  LavaNet Systems Architect --  cliftonr at lava.net
>    WWJD?   "JWRTFM!" - Scott Dorsey (kludge)   "JWG" - Eddie Aikau

sandor w. sklar
unix systems administrator
stanford university itss-css

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