Follow the links below for more information.
Details on configuration settings (command line options and environment variables) for Chronograf services, Kapacitor and InfluxDB connections, and OAuth 2.0 authentication providers.
Configuration of Chronograf, including custom default settings, security, multiple users, and multiple organizations.
Configuration steps for connecting Chronograf to InfluxDB Enterprise clusters and the InfluxData time series platform.
Creating and managing InfluxDB and Kapacitor connections for use with Chronograf.
A step-by-step guide that walks through both exporting and importing Chrongraf dashboards.
Managing multiple organizations or groups: creating, configuring, mapping, and removing organizations.
Managing Chronograf security using authentication and authorization with OAuth 2.0 providers (GitHub, Google, Heroku, Okta, and generic). Also covers TLS and HTTPS setup.
Managing Chronograf users and roles, SuperAdmin status, and InfluxDB and Kapacitor users.
Using Chronograf to enable authentication and manage InfluxDB OSS and InfluxDB Enterprise users.
An outline of the process required to roll the Chronoraf internal database back to a previous version and/or rerun update migrations.
Versions 1.3 and later of InfluxDB and InfluxDB Enterprise do not support the web admin interface, the builtin user interface for writing and querying data in InfluxDB. Chronograf replaces the web admin interface with improved tooling for querying data, writing data, and database management.
The following sections describe the Chronograf features that relate to the web admin interface:
Query templates Writing data Database and retention policy management User management Query templates Web admin interface In the web admin interface, users chose the target database in the top right corner and selected from a set of query templates in the Query Templates dropdown.
Covers upgrading Chronograf to the latest version.