[rrd-users] Re: DERIVE - basic question

Bill Z. bgk at hotunix.com
Wed Feb 4 19:43:44 MET 2004

> This means your counters have not
> a) gone backward
> b) wrapped

Well, the graph shows ups and downs all the time (if that's what you meant
by "counter" going backward, or decreasing).

> Having zero as the minimum, that derive would look like:
> increase 10, increase 10, unknown (discarded)

I didn't specify zero as the minimum, however, it should at least give me
a different graph (or a set of DB records).

That's why I am puzzled....Bill :(

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