This datasource is result of a persistent tcp connection which was synced more than once from the source. The original data source polls a water meter and the interval was quantized. The original data has never changed. I am wondering how it is possible to have a both a lower value and a greater timestamp if all data for this point emminates from the same ES persistent tcp connection? Might someone propose a explanation as to how this might occur?
Which leads me to my second question "Might anyone also know an easy method to selectively zap out all point values in a history which have timestamp > 0 millisecs?