[rrd-users] Re: rrdtool resets (sorry)
pearcec at PacketPushers.com
Sat Jan 27 04:57:11 MET 2001
Lookin at the code and following the values during a reset. How does it
calculate the interval that had the reset occur during it. I thought the
interval would go NAN since the delta should be negative. But it looks
like it calculates a value.
I take it the DERIVE is the right thing to do and I believe in my mind it
is correct. I just would like to be able to explain why it is correct to
my boss and everyone else that asks. Any takers?
On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Paul Wickman wrote:
> Use DERIVE instead of COUNTER. That, in combination with rrd-min=0 will
> eliminate the "reset effect". You will loose the offending sample, but in
> my (and many other people's) case, it's a worthty tradeoff.
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