[rrd-users] Re: How are --start and --end supposed to behave?

Tobias Oetiker tobi at oetiker.ch
Mon Jan 22 11:21:33 MET 2007

Hi Peter,

what Alex says about time stamps I agree with (I think), so if you
see data with a time stamp then this means that it is valid for
the interval ending at that point in time so if the time stamp says
11:00 then the data associated with it is valid between 10:55 and
11:00 (assuming a 300 second step)

As for the amount of data fetch returns, the intended behavior is
for it to return enough data to 'cover' the requested time
interval at a resolution equal or better than requested ...

if you have a suggestion for a documentation change to better
convey this intention, please send it my way.


Tobi Oetiker, OETIKER+PARTNER AG, Aarweg 15 CH-4600 Olten
http://it.oetiker.ch tobi at oetiker.ch ++41 62 213 9902

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