Configuration

Warning! This page documents an old version of Enterprise InfluxDB, which is no longer actively developed. Enterprise InfluxDB v1.3 is the most recent stable version of Enterprise InfluxDB.

Using Configuration Files Meta Node Configuration File Data Node Configuration File Web Console Configuration File

Using Configuration Files

The following commands print out a TOML-formatted configuration with all available options set to their default values.

Meta configuration:

influxd-meta config

Data configuration:

influxd config

Create a configuration file

On POSIX systems, generate a new configuration file by redirecting the output of the command to a file.

New meta configuration file:

influxd-meta config > /etc/influxdb/influxdb-meta-generated.conf

New data configuration file:

influxd config > /etc/influxdb/influxdb-generated.conf

Preserve custom settings from older configuration files when generating a new configuration file with the -config option. For example, this overwrites any default configuration settings in the output file (/etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf.new) with the configuration settings from the file (/etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf.old) passed to -config:

influxd config -config /etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf.old > /etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf.new

Launch the process with a configuration file

There are two ways to launch the meta or data processes using your customized configuration file.

  • Point the process to the desired configuration file with the -config option.

    To start the meta node process with /etc/influxdb/influxdb-meta-generate.conf:

    influxd-meta -config /etc/influxdb/influxdb-meta-generate.conf
    

    To start the data node process with /etc/influxdb/influxdb-generated.conf:

    influxd -config /etc/influxdb/influxdb-generated.conf
    
  • Set the environment variable INFLUXDB_CONFIG_PATH to the path of your configuration file and start the process.

    To set the INFLUXDB_CONFIG_PATH environment variable and launch the data process using INFLUXDB_CONFIG_PATH for the configuration file path:

    export INFLUXDB_CONFIG_PATH=/root/influxdb.generated.conf
    echo $INFLUXDB_CONFIG_PATH
    /root/influxdb.generated.conf
    influxd
    

If set, the command line -config path overrides any environment variable path. If you do not supply a configuration file, InfluxDB uses an internal default configuration (equivalent to the output of influxd config and influxd-meta config).

Environment variables

All configuration options can be specified in the configuration file or in an environment variable. The environment variable overrides the equivalent option in the configuration file. If a configuration option is not specified in either the configuration file or in an environment variable, InfluxDB uses its internal default configuration.

In the sections below we name the relevant environment variable in the description for the configuration setting. Environment variables can be set in /etc/default/influxdb-meta and /etc/default/influxdb.

Note: To set or override settings in a config section that allows multiple configurations (any section with [[double_brackets]] in the header supports multiple configurations), the desired configuration must be specified by ordinal number. For example, for the first set of [[graphite]] environment variables, prefix the configuration setting name in the environment variable with the relevant position number (in this case: 0):

INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_BATCH_PENDING
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_BATCH_SIZE
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_BATCH_TIMEOUT
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_BIND_ADDRESS
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_CONSISTENCY_LEVEL
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_DATABASE
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_ENABLED
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_PROTOCOL
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_RETENTION_POLICY
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_SEPARATOR
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_TAGS
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_TEMPLATES
INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_0_UDP_READ_BUFFER

For the Nth Graphite configuration in the configuration file, the relevant environment variables would be of the form INFLUXDB_GRAPHITE_(N-1)_BATCH_PENDING. For each section of the configuration file the numbering restarts at zero.



Meta Node Configuration

Global options

reporting-disabled = false

InfluxData, the company, relies on reported data from running nodes primarily to track the adoption rates of different InfluxDB versions. These data help InfluxData support the continuing development of InfluxDB.

The reporting-disabled option toggles the reporting of data every 24 hours to usage.influxdata.com. Each report includes a randomly-generated identifier, OS, architecture, InfluxDB version, and the number of databases, measurements, and unique series. Setting this option to true will disable reporting.

Note: No data from user databases are ever transmitted.

bind-address = “”

This setting is not intended for use. It will be removed in future versions.

hostname = “”

The hostname of the meta node. This must be resolvable and reachable by all other members of the cluster.

[enterprise]

The [enterprise] section contains the parameters for the meta node’s registration with the InfluxEnterprise Web Console and the InfluxEnterprise License Portal.

registration-enabled = true

Set to true to enable registration with the InfluxEnterprise web console. All meta nodes must have registration-enabled set to true for the InfluxEnterprise Web Console to function properly.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_REGISTRATION_ENABLED

registration-server-url = “http://IP_or_hostname:3000"

The full URL of the server that runs the InfluxEnterprise web console. All meta nodes must have registration-server-url set to the full protocol, hostname, and port for the InfluxEnterprise Web Console to function properly.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_REGISTRATION_SERVER_URL

license-key = “”

The license key that you created on InfluxPortal. The meta node transmits the license key to portal.influxdata.com over port 80 or port 443 and receives a temporary JSON license file in return. The server caches the license file locally. You must use the license-path setting if your server cannot communicate with https://portal.influxdata.com.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_LICENSE_KEY

license-path = “”

The local path to the permanent JSON license file that you received from InfluxData. Permanent license files are not available for subscribers on a monthly plan. If you are a monthly subscriber, your cluster must use the license-key setting. Contact sales@influxdb.com to become an annual subscriber.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_LICENSE_PATH

[meta]

dir = “/var/lib/influxdb/meta”

The location of the meta directory which stores the metastore.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_DIR

bind-address = “:8089”

The bind address/port for meta node communication. For simplicity we recommend using the same port on all meta nodes, but this is not necessary.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_BIND_ADDRESS

http-bind-address = “:8091”

The port used by the influxd-ctl tool and by data nodes to access the meta APIs. For simplicity we recommend using the same port on all meta nodes, but this is not necessary.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_HTTP_BIND_ADDRESS

https-enabled = false

Set to true to if using HTTPS over the 8091 API port. Currently, the 8089 and 8088 ports do not support TLS.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_HTTPS_ENABLED

https-certificate = “”

The path of the certificate file. This is required if https-enabled is set to true.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_HTTPS_CERTIFICATE

gossip-frequency = “5s”

The frequency at which meta nodes communicate the cluster membership state.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_GOSSIP_FREQUENCY

announcement-expiration = “30s”

The rate at which the results of influxd-ctl show are updated when a meta node leaves the cluster. Note that in version 1.0, configuring this setting provides no change from the user’s perspective.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_ANNOUNCEMENT_EXPIRATION

retention-autocreate = true

Set to false to disable the automatic creation of an autogen retention policy for new databases.

If set to true, InfluxDB automatically creates a DEFAULT retention policy when a database is created. That retention policy is called autogen, has an infinite duration, a one week shard duration, and a replication factor set to the number of nodes in the cluster. If set to false, you must explicitly create a DEFAULT retention policy on every new database before that database can accept any writes.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_RETENTION_AUTOCREATE

election-timeout = “1s”

The duration a Raft candidate spends in the candidate state without a leader before it starts an election. The election timeout is slightly randomized on each Raft node each time it is called. An additional jitter is added to the election-timeout duration of between zero and the election-timeout. The default setting should work for most systems.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_ELECTION_TIMEOUT

heartbeat-timeout = “1s”

The heartbeat timeout is the amount of time a Raft follower remains in the follower state without a leader before it starts an election. Clusters with high latency between nodes may want to increase this parameter to avoid unnecessary Raft elections.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_HEARTBEAT_TIMEOUT

leader-lease-timeout = “500ms”

The leader lease timeout is the amount of time a Raft leader will remain leader if it does not hear from a majority of nodes. After the timeout the leader steps down to the follower state. Clusters with high latency between nodes may want to increase this parameter to avoid unnecessary Raft elections.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_LEADER_LEASE_TIMEOUT

commit-timeout = “50ms”

The commit timeout is the amount of time a Raft node will tolerate between commands before issuing a heartbeat to tell the leader it is alive. The default setting should work for most systems.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_COMMIT_TIMEOUT

cluster-tracing = false

Cluster tracing toggles the logging of Raft logs on Raft nodes. Enable this setting when debugging Raft consensus issues.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_CLUSTER_TRACING

logging-enabled = true

Meta logging toggles the logging of messages from the meta service.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_LOGGING_ENABLED

pprof-enabled = false

Set to true to enable the /debug/pprof endpoint for troubleshooting.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_PPROF_ENABLED

lease-duration = “1m0s”

The default duration of the leases that data nodes acquire from the meta nodes. Leases automatically expire after the lease-duration is met.

Leases ensure that only one data node is running something at a given time. For example, Continuous Queries (CQ) use a lease so that all data nodes aren’t running the same CQs at once.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_LEASE_DURATION



Data Node Configuration

The InfluxEnterprise data node configuration settings overlap significantly with the settings in InfluxDB’s Open Source Software (OSS). Where possible, the following sections link to the configuration documentation for InfluxDB’s OSS.

Note: The system has internal defaults for every configuration file setting. View the default settings with the influxd config command. The local configuration file (/etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf) overrides any internal defaults but the configuration file does not need to include every configuration setting. Starting with version 1.0.1, most of the settings in the local configuration file are commented out. All commented-out settings will be determined by the internal defaults.

Global options

reporting-disabled = false

See the OSS documentation.

bind-address = “:8088”

See the OSS documentation.

hostname = “localhost”

The hostname of the data node.

[enterprise]

Controls the parameters for the data node’s registration with the web console and https://portal.influxdata.com.

registration-enabled = false

This setting is not intended for use in the data node configuration file. It will be removed in future versions.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_REGISTRATION_ENABLED

registration-server-url = “http://IP_or_hostname:3000"

This setting is not intended for use in the data node configuration file. It will be removed in future versions.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_REGISTRATION_SERVER_URL

license-key = “”

The license key that you created on InfluxPortal. The data node transmits the license key to portal.influxdata.com over port 80 or port 443 and receives a temporary JSON license file in return. The server caches the license file locally. The data process will only function for a limited time without a valid license file. You must use the license-path setting if your server cannot communicate with https://portal.influxdata.com.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_LICENSE_KEY

license-path = “”

The local path to the permanent JSON license file that you received from InfluxData. The data process will only function for a limited time without a valid license file. Permanent license files are not available for subscribers on a monthly plan. If you are a monthly subscriber, your cluster must use the license-key setting. Contact sales@influxdb.com to become an annual subscriber.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ENTERPRISE_LICENSE_PATH

[meta]

See the OSS documentation.

dir = “/var/lib/influxdb/meta”

See the OSS documentation. Note that data nodes do require a local meta directory.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_DIR

meta-tls-enabled = false

Set to true to if https-enabled is set to true.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_META_TLS_ENABLED

meta-insecure-tls = false

Set to true to allow the data node to accept self-signed certificates if https-enabled is set to true.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_META_INSECURE_TLS

retention-autocreate = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_RETENTION_AUTOCREATE

logging-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_META_LOGGING_ENABLED

[data]

See the OSS documentation.

dir = “/var/lib/influxdb/data”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_DIR

wal-dir = “/var/lib/influxdb/wal”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_WAL_DIR

wal-logging-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_WAL_LOGGING_ENABLED

query-log-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_QUERY_LOG_ENABLED

cache-max-memory-size = 524288000

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_CACHE_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE

cache-snapshot-memory-size = 26214400

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_CACHE_SNAPSHOT_MEMORY_SIZE

cache-snapshot-write-cold-duration = “1h0m0s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_CACHE_SNAPSHOT_WRITE_COLD_DURATION

compact-full-write-cold-duration = “24h0m0s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_COMPACT_FULL_WRITE_COLD_DURATION

max-series-per-database = 1000000

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_MAX_SERIES_PER_DATABASE

trace-logging-enabled = false

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_DATA_TRACE_LOGGING_ENABLED

[cluster]

Controls how data are shared across shards and the options for query management.

dial-timeout = “1s”

The duration for which the meta node waits for a connection to a remote data node before the meta node attempts to connect to a different remote data node. This setting applies to queries only.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_DIAL_TIMEOUT

shard-writer-timeout = “5s”

The time in which a remote write to a single data node must complete after which the system returns a timeout error.

For clusters with contention, increasing shard-writer-timeout may reduce points sent via the hinted handoff, but increasing this setting also raises the time it takes for a receiving node to respond to a write client.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_SHARD_WRITER_TIMEOUT

shard-reader-timeout = “0”

The time in which a query connection must return its response after which the system returns an error.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_SHARD_READER_TIMEOUT

max-remote-write-connections = 50

The maximum number of concurrent write connections to other data nodes. This can be raised to allow for greater intra-cluster write throughput, provided there are sufficient resources for the additional network connections.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_MAX_REMOTE_WRITE_CONNECTIONS

cluster-tracing = false

Set to true to enable logging of cluster communications. Enable this setting to verify connectivity issues between data nodes.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_CLUSTER_TRACING

write-timeout = “10s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_WRITE_TIMEOUT

max-concurrent-queries = 0

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_MAX_CONCURRENT_QUERIES

query-timeout = “0”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_QUERY_TIMEOUT

log-queries-after = “0”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_LOG_QUERIES_AFTER

max-select-point = 0

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_MAX_SELECT_POINT

max-select-series = 0

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_MAX_SELECT_SERIES

max-select-buckets = 0

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CLUSTER_MAX_SELECT_BUCKETS

[retention]

See the OSS documentation.

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_RETENTION_ENABLED

check-interval = “30m0s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_RETENTION_CHECK_INTERVAL

[shard-precreation]

See the OSS documentation.

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_SHARD_PRECREATION_ENABLED

check-interval = “10m0s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_SHARD_PRECREATION_CHECK_INTERVAL

advance-period = “30m0s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_SHARD_PRECREATION_ADVANCE_PERIOD

[admin]

See the OSS documentation.

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ADMIN_ENABLED

bind-address = “:8083”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ADMIN_BIND_ADDRESS

https-enabled = false

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ADMIN_HTTPS_ENABLED

https-certificate = “/etc/ssl/influxdb.pem”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_ADMIN_HTTPS_ENABLED

[monitor]

See the OSS documentation.

store-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_MONITOR_STORE_ENABLED

store-database = “_internal”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_MONITOR_STORE_DATABASE

store-interval = “10s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_MONITOR_STORE_INTERVAL

remote-collect-interval = “10s”

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_MONITOR_REMOTE_COLLECT_INTERVAL

[subscriber]

See the OSS documentation.

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_SUBSCRIBER_ENABLED

http-timeout = “30s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_SUBSCRIBER_HTTP_TIMEOUT

[http]

See the OSS documentation.

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_ENABLED

bind-address = “:8086”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_BIND_ADDRESS

auth-enabled = false

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_AUTH_ENABLED

log-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_LOG_ENABLED

write-tracing = false

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_WRITE_TRACING

https-enabled = false

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_HTTPS_ENABLED

https-certificate = “/etc/ssl/influxdb.pem”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_HTTPS_CERTIFICATE

https-private-key = “”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_HTTPS_PRIVATE_KEY

max-row-limit = 10000

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_MAX_ROW_LIMIT

max-connection-limit = 0

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_MAX_CONNECTION_LIMIT

shared-secret = “”

See the OSS documentation.

This setting is required and must match on each data node if the cluster is using the InfluxEnterprise Web Console.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_SHARED_SECRET

realm = “InfluxDB”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HTTP_REALM

[[graphite]]

See the OSS documentation.

[[collectd]]

See the OSS documentation.

[[opentsdb]]

See the OSS documentation.

[[udp]]

See the OSS documentation.

[continuous_queries]

See the OSS documentation.

log-enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CONTINUOUS_QUERIES_LOG_ENABLED

enabled = true

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CONTINUOUS_QUERIES_ENABLED

run-interval = “1s”

See the OSS documentation.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_CONTINUOUS_QUERIES_RUN_INTERVAL

[hinted-handoff]

Controls the hinted handoff feature, which allows data nodes to temporarily cache writes destined for another data node when that data node is unreachable.

dir = “/var/lib/influxdb/hh”

The hinted handoff directory where the durable queue will be stored on disk.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_DIR

enabled = true

Set to false to disable hinted handoff. Disabling hinted handoff is not recommended and can lead to data loss if another data node is unreachable for any length of time.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_ENABLED

max-size = 10737418240

The maximum size of the hinted handoff queue. Each queue is for one and only one other data node in the cluster. If there are N data nodes in the cluster, each data node may have up to N-1 hinted handoff queues.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_MAX_SIZE

max-age = “168h0m0s”

The time writes sit in the queue before they are purged. The time is determined by how long the batch has been in the queue, not by the timestamps in the data. If another data node is unreachable for more than the max-age it can lead to data loss.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_MAX_AGE

retry-concurrency = 20

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_RETRY_CONCURRENCY

retry-rate-limit = 0

The rate (in bytes per second) at which the hinted handoff retries writes. The limit applies per remote node queue. Set to 0 to disable the rate limit.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_RETRY_RATE_LIMIT

retry-interval = “1s”

The initial interval at which the hinted handoff retries a write after it fails.

Note: Hinted handoff begins retrying writes to an unreachable node at the interval defined by the retry-interval. If any error occurs, it will backoff exponentially until it reaches the interval defined by the retry-max-interval. Hinted handoff then retries writes at that interval until it succeeds. The interval resets to the retry-interval once hinted handoff successfully completes writes to the node.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_RETRY_INTERVAL

retry-max-interval = “10s”

The maximum interval at which the hinted handoff retries a write after it fails. It retries at this interval until it succeeds.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_RETRY_MAX_INTERVAL

purge-interval = “1m0s”

The interval at which InfluxDB checks to purge data that are above max-age.

Environment variable: INFLUXDB_HINTED_HANDOFF_PURGE_INTERVAL

Web Console Configuration

url = “http://IP_or_hostname:3000"

The “pretty” URL that users will see for this app.

Environment variable: URL

hostname = “localhost”

The hostname that you want to bind the application to.

Environment variable: HOSTNAME

port = “3000”

The port that you want to bind the application to.

Environment variable: PORT

license-key = “”

The license key that you created on InfluxPortal. The influx-enterprise node transmits the license key to portal.influxdata.com over port 80 or port 443 and receives a temporary JSON license file in return. The server caches the license file locally. You must use the license-file setting if your server cannot communicate with https://portal.influxdata.com.

Environment variable: LICENSE_KEY

license-file = “”

The local path to the permanent JSON license file that you received from InfluxData. Permanent license files are not available for subscribers on a monthly plan. If you are a monthly subscriber, your cluster must use the license-key setting. Contact sales@influxdb.com to become an annual subscriber.

Environment variable: LICENSE_FILE

[influxdb]

shared-secret = “long pass phrase used for signing tokens”

Allows the web console to authenticate users with the cluster. This setting is required and must match the shared-secret setting in the data node configuration files.

Environment variable: SHARED_SECRET

[smtp]

Controls how the web console sends emails to invite users to the application. Note that the web console requires a functioning SMTP server to email invites to new web console users.

host = “localhost”

Environment variable: SMTP_HOST

port = “25”

Environment variable: SMTP_PORT

username = “”

Environment variable: SMTP_USERNAME

password = “”

Environment variable: SMTP_PASSWORD

from_email = “donotreply@example.com”

Environment variable: SMTP_FROM_EMAIL

[database]

Controls the location of the web console’s database. The web console currently only supports Postgres >= 9.3 or SQLite3.

url = “postgres://postgres:password@localhost:5432/enterprise”

The location of the PostgreSQL database for the web console. By default, the web console uses SQLite for installations. See Step 3 - Web Console Installation for instructions on using PostgreSQL.

Environment variable: DATABASE_URL

url = “sqlite3:///var/lib/influx-enterprise/enterprise.db”

The location of the SQLite database for the web console. By default, the web console uses SQLite for installations.