[rrd-users] Minimum resolution for fetching data

Martijn Lievaart m at rtij.nl
Thu Jul 31 11:18:13 CEST 2014

OK, thanks.

I must be doing something wrong then. I'll triple check and post either 
the solution or a followup question.

Martijn Lievaart

On 31-07-14 11:07, Steve Shipway wrote:
> The minimum resolution you can fetch is the minimum resolution of all the RRAs which completely cover the time window you are asking for.
> The minimum resolution of an RRA is 1 interval, and the minimum interval is 1 second.  Both of these are set at RRD creation time, and have an implication on data collection and update frequency.
> If you are only getting 1 minute resolution data, I suspect you have a 1minute Interval on your RRD with a count-1 RRA.
> Steve
> Steve Shipway
> University of Auckland ITS
> UNIX Systems Design Lead
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> Hello list,
> I googled this but could not come up with anything definitive, so I
> thought I'ld ask here.
> I work for a client that uses Citrix a lot. This means that it sometimes
> is important to get graphs in one second resolution. I cannot seem to
> get rrdtool to do so, the minimum resolution it will come up with is 1
> minute.
> My question, is this my mistake somehow, or is this RRD design? If
> needed I'll post details about how I create the RRDs and how I fill them.
> Regards,
> Martijn Lievaart
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