Warning! This page documents an old version of Chronograf, which is no longer actively developed. Chronograf v1.3 is the most recent stable version of Chronograf.
Configuration file location by installation type
- Debian or RPM package:
- OS X via Homebrew:
- Standalone OS X binary:
Chronograf configuration file
# Chronograf configuration # TCP address that Chronograf should bind to. # Bind to localhost by default, so that Chronograf should be inaccessible from the public internet. # If you do want Chronograf to be accessible to the public internet on port 10000, use the next line: # Bind = "0.0.0.0:10000" # <- This will expose Chronograf to the public internet. Use with caution! # Can be overridden with environment variable CHRONOGRAF_BIND. Bind = "127.0.0.1:10000" # Path to local database file to use or create for storing Chronograf application data. # Can be overridden with environment variable CHRONOGRAF_LOCAL_DATABASE. LocalDatabase = "/opt/chronograf/chronograf.db" # Maximum response size in bytes, for queries that pass through Chronograf. # Setting this to a reasonable value will ensure that your browser does not crash # if a query results in an excessively large response. # If you do have a query that is too large, you will see an error message about the # query response being too large. # Can be overridden with environment variable CHRONOGRAF_QUERY_RESPONSE_BYTES_LIMIT. QueryResponseBytesLimit = 2500000