[rrd-users] Fetch resolution question
scottb at prolexic.com
Fri Jul 25 22:41:45 CEST 2008
Maybe rrd_xport can help. It works a lot like rrd_graph but returns a
numeric timeseries instead of an image. I think the rrd_xport
function might use rrd_fetch or something similar internally.
On Fri, Jul 25, 2008 at 01:17:39PM -0400, Richard D Alloway wrote:
> I have an RRD file that was built with a step of 60 sec and the following
> Regardless of the resolution, start and end times used, I can only get 'rrdtool
> fetch' to return 60, 600, 7200, etc second values.
> For instance:
> rrdtool fetch <file>.rrd AVERAGE -r 3600 -e 1217001600 -s e-24hr
> returns 60 sec resolution, as does:
> rrdtool fetch <file>.rrd AVERAGE -r 3600 -e 1217001600 -s 1216915200
> I'd like to fetch 1 hour values for the last 24 hours, which I assumed I
> could do since I have about 7 days of 60 second data (10000 rows).
> Is this not the case? Do I need to rebuild the RRD file with a
> RRA:AVERAGE:0.25:60:240 RRA for 10 days of 1 hr data?
> Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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