[rrd-users] Re: Weird #'s from basic rrdgraph

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Mon Mar 19 09:34:51 MET 2001

Clarence wrote:
>     But I'm not graphing the "MAX" I'm graphing the "AVERAGE".

Read me previous post on this.  If you want to see the MAXIMUM values,
you need to select max(MAXIMA) and not max(AVERAGES)

For instance, if you are PRINTing max(AVERAGE) and if your time span
is causing 4 values to be consolidated into one, the equasion is:


You can graph the AVERAGES if you wish, you can print the averages
if you wish.  No problem, but you have to understand what the data
consolidation does.

Now, copy your script and use MAXIMUM in your DEF, and see what this
does.  I bet you will see your correct maximum. 

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