[rrd-users] How does timestamp work?
giovane at gmail.com
Thu Oct 7 20:57:32 MEST 2004
Guys, at least this is real weird...
Can somebody try to figure out this please?
I'm on GMT -3 time zone and all my graphs are outta phase.. I just
wanna they correct... -3h delayed...
I run these commans below and see what I got:
bash-2.05b$ rrdtool create data.rrd --start 1096599600 --step 86400
bash-2.05b$ rrdtool fetch data.rrd AVERAGE --start 1096599600
that is! the next update point is not my start point plus step.
(1096599600 +86400 = 1096686000). The first point there is my start
point -10800 (-3hours delayed, due timezone, I suppose). RRDTOOL just
reduced my start point ... why?
So I tried to create other rrd files with differents start points.. by
adding 10800 and sub 10800 from 1096599600(midnight of 10/01/2004).
And I got the same update points...even I changing my start point, I
got the same update points.. sounds really weird...
Can someone help me please? In fact, I'm just trying to fix my
graphs..they're out of phase.. 3h delayed...
Thank you so much folks,
Rede Nacional de Ensino e Pesquisa - Brasil
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