[rrd-users] Graphing average temperatures

Petteri Matilainen pmatil at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 21:24:39 CET 2007

How? I have

GPRINT:Inside:AVERAGE:"\t%6.2lf °C" <- this is the average I want to plot

which give me the "ordinary" graph. If I have


I get a straight horizontal line.

On 11/21/07, Simon Hobson <linux at thehobsons.co.uk> wrote:
> Petteri Matilainen wrote:
> >I'm currently graphing daily, weekly, monthly and yearly inside and
> >outside temperatures. The temperature values are fetched from SQL
> >database and then put into temperatures.rrd. I have a cron job that
> >runs this every 5 minutes. Then I wanted to graph average
> >temperatures too. I didn't think of any other way but to read
> >average temps from temperatures.rrd and them into a new rrd,
> >averages.rrd. Then I graph averages.rrd as usual.
> Why don't you just graph the averages you already have in temperatures.rrd?
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