[rrd-users] does rrd aberrant behaviuor detection really work ?
emiller at imvu.com
Mon Oct 1 20:25:40 CEST 2007
The beta version of RRDtool does fix at least one known bug in the
update logic, although I'm not sure it's the one that's affecting you.
See this thread for more info:
It's possible this bug was introduced between 1.2.15 and 1.2.19, but I'm
not sure. It's also possible the bug you're seeing was fixed as part of
more general code cleanup in the update logic. Anyway, glad it works in
the beta version, at least.
sylvain at meduse.homelinux.net wrote:
> Hello !
> I just tried the last beta1 version (compiled whith ./configure && make)
> and aberrant behviour detection works. The 5 aberranr behaviour detection
> RRAs are update .
> With the previous version of rrdtool (1.2.23), compiled the same way, it
> doesn't work.
> Could it be considered as a bug, or did i missed something ?
>> Hello !
>> I'm trying to use abd functionality with my rrd files, but without success
>> for now.
>> I create a rrdfile like this :
>> rrdtool create rrd/nfs3-ip-in-00h51-dup.rrd
>> -b 1184885390 -s 300
>> RRA:AVERAGE:5.0000000000e-01:6:700 RRA:AVERAGE:5.0000000000e-01:1:8640
>> RRA:AVERAGE:5.0000000000e-01:24:775 RRA:AVERAGE:5.0000000000e-01:288:797
>> RRA:MIN:5.0000000000e-01:6:700 RRA:MIN:5.0000000000e-01:1:8640
>> RRA:MIN:5.0000000000e-01:24:775 RRA:MIN:5.0000000000e-01:288:797
>> RRA:MAX:5.0000000000e-01:6:700 RRA:MAX:5.0000000000e-01:1:8640
>> RRA:MAX:5.0000000000e-01:24:775 RRA:MAX:5.0000000000e-01:288:797
>> RRA:LAST:5.0000000000e-01:6:700 RRA:LAST:5.0000000000e-01:1:8640
>> RRA:LAST:5.0000000000e-01:24:775 RRA:LAST:5.0000000000e-01:288:797
>> i have had a look at the output of :
>> * "rrdtool dump rrd/nfs3-ip-in-00h51-dup.rrd" and
>> * "rrdtool info rrd/nfs3-ip-in-00h51-dup.rrd"
>> and everything seems to be ok
>> i then use "rrdtool update ..." to fill in the rrd file with 2 weeks of
>> data , but the 5 abd related RRA stay leer (only NaN).
>> I tried with the last version of rrdtool downloaded from www.rrdtool.org
>> I also tried with the standard kubuntu package (RRDtool 1.2.19) and i got
>> the same result.
>> The only way i got it working, is by using the standard (stable) debian
>> rrdtool package (RRDtool 1.2.15)
>> Can someone help me with this ?
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