[rrd-users] Getting Max/Min values from Average RRDs?
jelmerfj at adobe.com
Thu Jul 4 09:32:54 CEST 2013
just using the reduce=MAX|MIN to change the default AVERAGE-behavior I
have in my RRD was exactly what I was looking for.
For fluctuating data this makes a huge difference.
Thanks a lot.
Johan Elmerfjord | Sr. Systems Administration/Mgr, EMEA | Adobe Systems,
Product Technical Operations | p. +45 3231 6008 | x86008 | cell. +46 735
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On Wed, 2013-07-03 at 10:18 -0700, Yannick Marquet wrote:
> > Hi RRD-users,
> > I have RRD-files with 5 years of data captured every 5 minute.
> > 1 DataSource per file that is defined as AVERAGE , and I have no
> > consolidation of the data.
> > We want to be able to go back and look at the full resolution at any
> > time.
> So juste one RRA needed.
> > We update around 800k RRD-files on a single server every 5 minutes.
> > I want to export the data with some consolidation - say daily,
> > weekly, monthly average numbers and want to be able to show the
> > maximum and minimum I had during that consolidated time-slot. (not
> > the total max/min of the final consolidated values).
> rrdtool export may be a solution (for consolidate data "on the fly").
> But you want to calculate how much rows needed for param "--maxrow"
> this solution works for rrdtool graph, but i don't try with rrdtool export
> (maybe documentation is outdated, this syntax can be found only here : http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/doc/rrdgraph_data.en.html)
> You can param step in DEF for exporting data.
> For max/min you can use "reduce" parameter data to change how data is
> reduce :
> ex :
> > I can implement this externally using fetch - and then do the
> > max/min calculations in each bucket, but I assume that this is the
> > same thing that RRD-tool do internally whenever consolidated DS are
> > updated.
> > How can I use these functions when exporting (and graphing) data.
> > When graphing data the consolidation-slots are calculated based on
> > the data-points and available graph-resolution, so it would be nice
> > to just say give me the max and min as an value-array just like in a
> > CDEF.
> > I have searched and searched, and made many unsuccessful tries with
> > different VDEF, CDEF combinations - but no luck.
> > Any ideas?
> > /Johan
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> > Johan Elmerfjord | Sr. Systems Administration/Mgr, EMEA | Adobe
> > Systems, Product Technical Operations
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