[rrd-users] Re: graph question

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at ergens.op.het.net
Fri Dec 19 00:07:41 MET 2003

On Thu, Dec 18, 2003 at 11:25:52AM -0500, Fauteux, Joe wrote:

> Im graphing "modems in use" on our 3 Cisco AS5300's  -  when the graph gets=
>  created the 1st value is some outrageous number followed by an "m" - as in=
>  "980 m" - the other two vlaues are ok - I'm guessing this may have somethi=
> ng to do with a zero value returned but im not sure - any ideas?

980 m equals 0.98 ...
That's not outrageous, that's near to 1.

You're probably updating somewhere near, but not exactly on, a multiple
of the step size.  All time stamps in RRDtool will be converted to a
whole multiple of the step size.

Search for "normalizing".

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