Question: 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?"

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tim.rice 2017-11-29 20:09:05 yeah i understand, it was a very niche use case for us :slightly_smiling_face: no big problem
dgryski 2017-11-29 20:09:14 Or take the higher resolution one and make guesses at the individual points from the rolled-up version?
tim.rice 2017-11-29 20:11:28 well anyway, it was a long shot :wink: carbonzipper/api are still awesome! thanks for the work on them :slightly_smiling_face:
dgryski 2017-11-29 20:21:14 \o/
civil 2017-11-29 21:33:52 My answer is to interpolate them :slightly_smiling_face: But that's still a thing that must be implemented :slightly_smiling_face: AFAIR interpolation is what graphite-web do [November 29th, 2017 9:08 PM] dgryski: At least not at the moment. The problem really is "how do you merge timeseries when things don't match up?"
dnarahari 2018-01-09 18:17:42 Hi! Is the echo hanging normal? The echo hangs and no metrics on graphite echo "test.bash.stats 42 date +%s " | nc 2003 I have been trying to send metrics manully
leitzler 2018-01-11 11:36:19 @dgryski / @civil would it make sense to add a feature to go-carbon (carbonserver part) that makes it possible to force a file list update? I.e. expose to an endpoint or something? I have 5 minute set in the configuration, but sometimes when I restart services I would like to see the metrics right away (new files are created).
civil 2018-01-11 12:38:59 yes, why not :slightly_smiling_face:
leitzler 2018-01-12 22:34:57 Something like this? At least such an endpoint would help me a lot in my daily use of go-carbon. Can't say that I'm perfectly satisfied with the returned HTTP codes, but I think it's a nice "good enough" way to know if the scan can be expected to be performed.
dgryski 2018-01-17 16:18:57 @civil How's your grpc work going? :D
civil 2018-01-17 16:19:27 I’ve commited parts I’ve done to the separate branch of carbonzipper, but it doesn’t work yet (like at all) ? btw, what’s the difference between Twirp and JSON-RPC
dgryski 2018-01-17 16:24:01 No idea, ask #twirp
civil 2018-01-17 16:24:04 :slightly_smiling_face: will do that later :slightly_smiling_face:
dgryski 2018-03-01 16:28:53

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