[rrd-users] Re: rrdupdate not working properly?

Lejf Diecks bastard_operator at gmx.li
Tue Sep 5 16:03:52 MEST 2006

Simon Hobson <linux at thehobsons.co.uk> schrieb:

> No 2.0964780000e+06 means 2.0964780000 x 10^^6, or 2096478.0000 Quick 
> way of doing it is simply move the decimal point the number of places 
> specified (ie 6 places right in this case)
> >Is there something wrong with the rrd defintion? When I use 
> >rrdgraph, the images look somewhat correct, but the values on the 
> >y-axis are only half as high as expected.
> I see the other values are about half as well. I suspect it's related 
> to time intervals and how many updates you've done (could it be the 
> average of 0 and the number you've just put in ?) - but I've not used 
> absolute types before so I'd better not speculate.

Hi Simon,

you're right... when I calculate the numbers as you suggested, the values in the rrd are exact the half of the input values!?

I think your second assumption is also right - it seems that this has sth. to do with the average calculation and/or the intervals of the rrd.

Many thanks! I think I can track down the problem now! :-)


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