Timeseries database
openvdro and mergify[bot] Fix computation for metrics with multiple granularities
The high archive policy created by default contains three different
granularity definitions - 1 second, 1 hour and one day. For such
metrics the split computation has been done incorrectly as it was
using oldest keys not taking into account those keys granularity.
It caused TypeErrors when comparing two SplitKeys with different

closes: gnocchixyz/gnocchi#959
Latest commit cf0ebc4 Aug 17, 2018


Gnocchi - Metric as a Service

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Gnocchi is an open-source |time series| database.

The problem that Gnocchi solves is the storage and indexing of |time series| data and resources at a large scale. This is useful in modern cloud platforms which are not only huge but also are dynamic and potentially multi-tenant. Gnocchi takes all of that into account.

Gnocchi has been designed to handle large amounts of |aggregates| being stored while being performant, scalable and fault-tolerant. While doing this, the goal was to be sure to not build any hard dependency on any complex storage system.

Gnocchi takes a unique approach to |time series| storage: rather than storing raw data points, it aggregates them before storing them. This built-in feature is different from most other |time series| databases, which usually support this mechanism as an option and compute aggregation (average, minimum, etc.) at query time.

Because Gnocchi computes all the aggregations at ingestion, getting the data back is extremely fast, as it just needs to read back the pre-computed results.

You can read the full documentation online at http://gnocchi.xyz.