thecodeassassin on 1.15.1
thecodeassassin on 0.15.1
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Add support for Guzzle client v… Merge pull request #149 from Sl… (compare)
I've got some data that's in kind of a bad format; some things are stored in the name
I'd like to pull that stuff out so that I can use it to clean up some output in Grafana
error parsing query: invalid duration
I’ve nearly pulled out all my hair and on my 10th reinstall on Ubuntu. I am trying to set up a Grafana - Telegraf - Influx dB dedicated server.
The first step is to install InfluxDB. However after a vanilla install of Ubuntu, I cannot get Influx DB (having installed via the Influx DB website Sudo apt install influxdb, then the curl update).
I get the error
Failed to connect to http://localhost:8086: Get http://localhost:8086/ping: dial tcp 127.0.0.1:8086: getsockopt: connection refused Please check your connection settings and ensure ‘influxd’ is running.
Systemctl status Influxdb shows that Influx is currently running fine?
monthis there already a tool that can do that? Either update data or write a new measurement with the same data + those tags calculated usiing the timestamp?