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Re: Data precision

From: Francisco Reyes
Subject: Re: Data precision
Date: Mon, 19 May 2014 12:06:03 -0400
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On 05/16/2014 02:57 AM, Martin Pala wrote:
> It will be better to add separate "maximum" based dataset to
> current "average" dataset.

How about keeping any data which generated an event?
For example had apache with 49 process children which was over the 40 we have an alarm for. That was hours ago... now when I look at the charts it shows a max of 22 children. That is less than half of the actual max.

If you were to keep event data, then the 49 would be preserved. This way you only keep data which the person has already indicated is relevant and meaningful to them because they setup an alarm for it.

Ideally you would copy over the data from the event que to the regular graphing retention storage since someone could have different retention for events.

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