[rrd-users] Re: obtaining the max value showed in the graph

Alejandro Diego Garin linuxero2 at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 16 14:50:02 MEST 2001

On Monday 15 October 2001 18:23, Jay Ford wrote:
> On Mon, 15 Oct 2001, Alejandro Diego Garin wrote:
> > I have created some rrds and when I made a graph (average form), I need
> > to know what is the max value that the graph is showing. I have tried
> > with rrd:fetch (perl binding) for the same parameters that the graphics
> > but the max value is not the same... any suggestion?
> Use the MAX consolidation function (CF) in a PRINT or GPRINT, such as:
> 	PRINT:aa_out_MAX:MAX:%.1lf
> or
> 	GRINT:aa_out_MAX:MAX:%12.1lf

Thank you! this help me to show directly the max value in the graph but i 
need to get this value and store them in a database... someone know if the
RRDs::graph return this value?


Alejandro Diego Garin
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