[rrd-users] MAX values dependant on width of graph
linux at thehobsons.co.uk
Fri Mar 7 12:34:03 CET 2008
Richard Burton wrote:
>I wonder if someone could explain this to me, either I am missing
>something or I have some errors in my scripts.
>It appears that when producing a graph the MAX values are not calculated
>on the actual absolute maximum value in the sampled data for the given
>time scale specified, but on the maximum value displayed on the graph
>after the data has been aggregated to fit into the required pixel width.
>As such generating the same graph twice but with different width
>settings produces 2 different MAX values?
Are you certain that both graphs are using the same dataset ? When
changing the timespan of the graph, it's fairly easy to change which
RRA is used to produce the graph which could alter the values
Also, I assume you are storing an RRA for MAX and not taking "MAX of
AVE" which is an easy mistake to make.
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