[rrd-users] Re: Migrating RRD data to RDBMS

Ralf Kruedewagen ralf-buero at kruedewagen.de
Thu Jan 26 11:27:34 MET 2006

No, that's not what I want. That's only a time period with one start 
and one end time. Only for a daily average you are right.

I want, for example, an average over a week, month or year, but only 
between 8am and 6pm and only from Mo - Fr.


On Thursday 26 January 2006 10:20, you wrote:
> Hi,
> Correct me if I'm wrong, but rrdtool can do that !?
> <quote>
> Time range
>     [-s|--start time] [-e|--end time] [-S|--step seconds]
> </quote>
> So you just set a start time (today @ 8am), and an end time (today
> @ 6pm), and that's it.
> > one good reason for storing RRD data to RDBMS would be, that you
> > can calculate daily/weekly/monthly/yearly averages only for a
> > certain time of day (maybe workhours 8am-6pm). This is a
> > requirement that I am actually facing...
> > Better would be, of cource, if RRDTool could do that.

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