[rrd-users] Lost Data??

Andy Riebs andy.riebs at hp.com
Wed Oct 8 23:56:48 CEST 2008


Please include your RRD definitions when you ask questions such as 
this -- it is important!

My *guess* is that you have defined your RRD so that you store 1 month 
of frequent data (every 2 minutes?), and then less frequent data (every 
20 minutes? 30 minutes?) for a longer period of time.


On Wednesday 08 October 2008, Martin Lietz wrote:
> Hello @all,
> after a while now i am much more familiar with rrdtool and it works
> fine excepting one point:
> /usr/local/rrdtool/bin/rrdtool fetch
> /usr/local/smokeping/var/Cidades/Alcobaca/ip10_134.rrd AVERAGE
> --start $START --end $END
> START and END are values in epoch format.
> This task works fine when i am searching values in the last hour week
> month, but if i search e.g. the hour between 15:00 and 16:00 one
> month ago it give me back only three values where in my opinion has
> to be 12 times more! I made a copy of the rrd in the Smokeping
> Application and i had the same problem there, so i am sure that it is
> a bug. If you have Smokeping on a Slackware system, please make a
> small test and search this timearea and give me a small response. If
> you know what i made wrong well give me a response too.
> Kind regards
> Martin Lietz
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Andy Riebs
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