/usr/bin/rrdtool graph test.png --imgformat=PNG --start=-86400 --end=-300 --title="rm-mon-1 - Rack A18" --base=1000 --height=120 --width=500 --alt-autoscale-max --lower-limit=0 --vertical-label="degrees C x 10" --font TITLE:12: --font AXIS:8: --font LEGEND:10: --font UNIT:8: DEF:a=rra/rm-mon-1_snmp_oid_138.rrd:snmp_oid:AVERAGE DEF:b="rra/rm-mon-1_snmp_oid_138.rrd":snmp_oid:MAX CDEF:cdefa=a,0.1,'*' CDEF:cdefb=b,10,/ LINE:cdefa#F50000FF:"degrees C" GPRINT:cdefa:LAST:"Current\:%8.2lf %s" GPRINT:cdefa:AVERAGE:"Average\:%8.2lf %s" GPRINT:cdefb:MAX:"Maximum\:%8.2lf %s\n"
The magic is in the CDEF statements, which declares a variable (for example, cdefa) then assigns to it the value of a with a RPN modifier - in this case 10,/ (divide by 10)
The other magic is to then remember to USE the newly-assigned cdefa rather than straight a as values used by LINE and GPRINT statements (it took me a while to realise that I was happily assigning the correct value to cdefa and cdefb and then never using them.
I'm yet to figure out how to wrangle this data into cacti - so far I'm just fooling around in bash. I'm sure I'll figure it out... later.
For bonus points:
- assign more meaningful variables names than a, b, cdefa and cdefb - these are the defaults I got from cacti, but they should really be r18_avg_temp_by_ten, r18_max_temp_by_ten, r18_avg_temp, r18_max_temp
- plot all related rack temps on the same single graph - they're drawn from multiple rrd files, but that should be easy enough