[rrd-users] setting up the steps and heartbeat for database
jyavenard at gmail.com
Sun Jan 10 00:28:04 CET 2010
2010/1/10 Marc Tobien <Marc at tobien.net>
> Every set of dates is holding the exact timestamp of measurement.
> I do not have the problem to write the dates with update into the rdd
> database , but the unknown entered automatically if dates are not coming in
> time or with a bad interval are messing up the average. See my example.
> There can be a time different between taking the measurement and getting the
> data’s of 35 minutes. That is normal. If there is a breakdown of the line,
> time can rise up to 900 minutes, that is the buffer of the Device.
> Data’s will then be deliver after a reconnect.
Then when you do the rrd update, you should simply specify the timestamp at
which the measurement was done ; and you won't experience that issue.
The issue of rrd putting unknown only occurs if the time between various
updates' timestamp is more than the set heartbeat.
There's no problem if you're doing the update every 900 minutes as long as
each update has the right timestamp.
Hope that makes sense to you...
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