[rrd-users] How to Create the rrd that storeor update million of requests per second
kaqazi at etilizepak.com
Fri Feb 13 22:12:53 CET 2009
> Kashif Qazi wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I have to store each request data to rrd database. the request
>> can be more or less than one million hits per second.
>> can rrd support granularity in milli/micro seconds.
>> how to create the rrd that can take one million samples per second is
> I believe rrdtool has a maximum resolution of 1 update per second per
> file. The amount of disk I/O required to do a million samples per second,
> even if rrd's format did support it, are pretty astronomical.
> What you probably want is some sort of entirely in-memory database,
> I'm not sure what product to suggest.
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For your quick response, i highly appreciate it.
The data is not entirely in memory.
The data is very huge in csv files containing usage statistics of
Kashif Ahmed Qazi
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