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|User||Answered At||Possible Answer|
|dgryski||2017-11-29 19:46:18||https://github.com/go-graphite/carbonzipper/issues/4 https://github.com/go-graphite/carbonzipper/issues/22 https://github.com/go-graphite/carbonzipper/blob/master/zipper/zipper.go#L168|
- But how will you pick the backend?
- Sadly nope :( It gets tricky. Take the more-aggregated one, aggregate the higher-resolution one, and then merge? If a value has been aggregated, what do you put in? At least not at the moment. The problem really is "how do you merge timeseries when things don't match up?"
- Any good courses on the golang std lib? I like to fill in my gaps of knowledge
- Anyone here use influxdb? Wondering whether worth using for ~30M timeseries points vs pg or MySQL
- how to fill the data, if the struct are like that? ` it gives me error like this `undefined: sessionDataHandler
- But you want to fill it up, and then drain it all in one go, then fill it again?
- Hey Fellows, as a timeseries DB newbie I do have an Influx Schema Question. Anyone here to enlighten me? What would be the benefit to merge them into 1 Measurement with the same fields and a tag to distinguish the old measurements? We started using Influx ~2 Years ago (I think) and had no prior experience with it. Today we have ~2000 Measurements, all with the same fields and no tags.
- will go test pick those up?
- backend? or client?
- @zerkms does that support Google Cloud SQL backends?