[rrd-users] Re: first post
Alex van den Bogaerdt
alex at ergens.op.het.net
Sat Oct 26 17:24:18 MEST 2002
On Sat, Oct 26, 2002 at 03:59:34PM +0100, Mat Harris wrote:
> DEF:myspeed=test.rrd:speed:AVERAGE \
> "CDEF:kmh=myspeed,3600,*" \
> CDEF:fast=kmh,100,GT,100,0,IF \
> CDEF:over=kmh,100,GT,kmh,100,-,0,IF \
Always have the manual page at hand. Do exactly what RRDtool
would do and calculate the stuff by hand.
CDEF:over=kmh,100,GT,kmh,100,-,0,IF
GT does this: if a>b return 1 else return 0
and is wriiten down like this: a,b,GT
- does this: return a - b
and is written down like this: a,b,-
IF does this: if a then b else c
and is written down like this: a,b,c,IF
Work from left to right: CDEF:over=kmh,100,GT,kmh,100,-,0,IF
CDEF:over= create new variable called over
kmh get variable kmh and store on stack
The stack contains one value
100 store 100 onto stack
The stack contains two values
GT function! get the variables a and b and store the result
Two elements are removed from the stack (leaving none), then
the result of the GT function is pushed back
The result is now 1 if kmh is greater than 100
kmh get variable kmh and store on stack
The stack contains two values: the result of GT and the
variable kmh.
100 store 100 onto stack
The stack contains three values
- function! get the variables a and b and store the result
Two elements are removed from the stack (kmh and 100), then
the result of the '-' function is pushed back
0 store 0 onto the stack
The stack now contains: (result of GT),(kmh-100),0
IF function! Remove a,b and c from the stack (which is then
empty) and return either b or c, depending on a.
In other words:
CDEF:over=kmh,100,GT,kmh,100,-,0,IF
means
if (kmh > 100)
then
return kmh-100
else
return 0
fi
No more additional examples. I'm having a case of deja vu at the moment.
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