Smokeping_matchers_Medratio man page
Smokeping::matchers::Medratio — detect changes in the latency median
The Medratio matcher establishes a historic median latency over several measurement rounds. It compares this median, against a second median latency value again build over several rounds of measurement.
By looking at the median value this matcher is largly imune against spikes and will only react to long term developments.
Call the matcher with the following sequence:
type = matcher pattern = Medratio(historic=>a,current=>b,comparator=>o,percentage=>p)
The number of values to use for building the 'historic' median.
The number of values to use for building the 'current' median.
Which comparison operator should be used to compare current/historic with percentage.
Right hand side of the comparison.
old <--- historic ---><--- current ---> now
Take the 12 last median values. Build the median out of the first 10 and the median from the other 2 values. Divide the results and decide if it is bigger than 150 percent.
Medratio(historic=>10,current=>2,comparator=>'>',percentage=>150); med(current)/med(historic) > 150/100
This means the matcher will activate when the current latency median is more than 1.5 times the historic latency median established over the last 10 rounds of measurement.
Copyright (c) 2006 by OETIKER+PARTNER AG. All rights reserved.
The development of this matcher has been paied for by Virtela Communications, <http://www.virtela.net/>.
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Tobias Oetiker <firstname.lastname@example.org>