[rrd-users] Graphing COUNTER values absolutely
Felix Castillo Sanchez
felix.castillo at oraconsult.de
Wed Mar 19 11:33:47 CET 2008
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: rrd-users-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch [mailto:rrd-users-
> bounces at lists.oetiker.ch] Im Auftrag von Alex van den Bogaerdt
> Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. März 2008 22:12
> An: rrd-users at lists.oetiker.ch
> Betreff: Re: [rrd-users] Graphing COUNTER values absolutely
> On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 08:26:29PM +0100, Felix Castillo Sanchez wrote:
> > I'm storing Oracle performance values that are continuously increasing.
> > problem is that a user cannot handle a per second rate because we're
> > about centiseconds within 5 minutes. So how do I explain an end user
> > sub-microseconds of wait time can be a performance bottleneck?!
> Why do you think that it is easier to explain when you multiply
> the number by some arbitrary value?
I don't want an arbitrary value - I want to have the rate per second
multiplied by the seconds that lie between the data points.
> Or what else are you trying to achieve?
I'm trying to have some sort of TOTAL for CDEF instead of VDEF
> > So if I get aggregated values I cannot multiply by the default step -
> > to take whatever the RRAs interval is - right?
> Even in the 86400 seconds per interval RRA, data is still a rate,
> still <something> per second.
> When multiplied by (e.g.) 3600, you still get <something> per hour.
> Perhaps you should provide a numerical example of what you would
> like to see happening.
> Alex van den Bogaerdt
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