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#  sysscope - Tool for visual representation of RRDtool's Round Robin Databases.
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import time
import datetime

# Time related functions

TIME_FRAMES_ORDERED = ['S', 'M', 'H', 'd', 'w', 'm', 'y']
    'S' : ('%s' % (1),            'Second', 'per second'),
    'M' : ('%s' % (60),           'Minute', 'per mnute'),
    'H' : ('%s' % (60*60),        'Hour',   'hourly'),
    'd' : ('%s' % (60*60*24),     'Day',    'daily'),
    'w' : ('%s' % (60*60*24*7),   'Week',   'weekly'),
    'm' : ('%s' % (60*60*24*30),  'Month',  'monthly'),
    'y' : ('%s' % (60*60*24*365), 'Year',   'yearly'),

def resolve_time(t, make_absolute=False):
    Might be all supported formats
    negative notation means "relative to now"
    time_current = int(time.time())
    t_is_relative_to_now = False
    if t.startswith('-'):
        t_is_relative_to_now = True
    # Strip the minus sign (if any).
    # This is not required since "t_is_relative_to_now" has been set
    t = t.lstrip('-')
    # If a special notation has been used, for instance: "12d",
    # resolve the time to a timestamp
    notation = t[-1]
    if notation in TIME_FRAME_POOL.keys():
        multiplier = t[:-1] or 1
        t = int(multiplier) * int(TIME_FRAME_POOL[notation][0])

    # If the time is relative to the current time, convert it to absolute time,
    # only if "make_absolute" has been set to True.
    if make_absolute:
        if t_is_relative_to_now:
            t = int(time_current) - int(t)
    # timestamp
    return int(t)

def get_graph_times(start, timeframe):
    Helper function.
    Given times in the query args might be all supported formats.
    Negative notation means "relative to now"
    Returns 3 integers :
        - t_start (timestamp)
        - t_end (timestamp)
        - t_frame (difference between the other two)
    t_start and t_end are ansolute times. This means they are timestamps
    and not times relative to the current time.

    t_start = resolve_time(start, make_absolute=True)
    t_frame = resolve_time(timeframe, make_absolute=False)
    t_end = t_start + t_frame
    return t_start, t_end, t_frame

def get_section_report_title(section_obj, start, timeframe):
    section: Section object
    # If a special notation has been used (eg 12H), then we only need the last
    # character in order to determine which entry of the TIME_FRAME_POOL we need
    time_frame_data = TIME_FRAME_POOL[timeframe[-1]]
    return '%s %s graphs' % (, time_frame_data[2].title())
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