[rrd-users] Absolute values..
rrd-users at ficos.de
Sat Nov 15 03:21:46 CET 2008
Gavin Landon wrote:
> Ok, I have something put together..
> http://www.chizl.com/rrd/rrdissue.zip (1.3MB)
> script_log.txt - Has the create/archive switches used, all the update
> switches, and at the end has the create graph switches.
> test.png - chart that was created..
> min-max-should-be.txt - Shows what the MIN and MAX should be.
> 155-1-AvailPage.rrd - data
> It almost looks as if rrd isn't using metrics when it comes to the k,
> kb, mb, etc.. For example is RRD using 1000=1kb or 1024=1kb? If
> 1000=1kb, then I see the problem, because I'm doing math based on
> 1024=1kb. The smallest number ever added to RRD was 3547168768
> (3.3GB), the largest was 4120862720 (3.84GB), however in the graph it
> goes a little over 4GB. Could that possibly be the issue?
If you are graphing memory (and NOT network traffic) this switch
should be set to 1024 so that one Kb is 1024 byte.
For traffic measurement, 1 kb/s is 1000 b/s.
afaik default is 1000
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