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  1. ZABBIX BUGS AND ISSUES
  2. ZBX-13208

Preprocessing is not applied to first value of new item

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    • Team A
    • Sprint 23, Sprint 25
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      We have a LLD with several item prototypes, some of which have preprocessing steps configured. In particular, for two item prototypes we have a single step configured consisting of a custom multiplier. Now, when a new actual item is created from either of these prototypes, we noticed that the first (and only the first) value stored is the raw value without preprocessing - all subsequent values, however, have the custom multiplier correctly applied. This is causing a number of spurious triggers and alerts in our setup.

      To recap, the following should be sufficient to reproduce it:

      1. Create a LLD
      2. Create an Item Prototype, of type Numeric, and configure it with a single preprocessing step consisting of a custom multiplier
      3. wait for an item to be created and a few values to be stored
      4. look at the values and notice that the first one does not have the custom multiplier applied to it, but the rest do

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