InfluxDB Enterprise guides
Enable HTTPS for InfluxDB Enterprise
Enabling HTTPS encrypts the communication between clients and the InfluxDB Enterprise server, and between nodes in the cluster. When configured with a signed certificate, HTTPS can also verify the authenticity of the InfluxDB Enterprise server to connecting clients. This pages outlines how to set up HTTPS with InfluxDB Enterprise using either a signed or self-signed certificate. InfluxData strongly recommends enabling HTTPS, especially if you plan on sending requests to InfluxDB Enterprise over a network.
Fine-grained authorization in InfluxDB Enterprise
Use fine-grained authorization (FGA) in InfluxDB Enterprise to control user access at the database, measurement, and series levels. Note: InfluxDB OSS controls access at the database level only. You must have admin permissions to set up FGA. FGA does not apply to Flux FGA does not restrict actions performed by Flux queries (both read and write). If using FGA, we recommend disabling Flux. Set up fine-grained authorization Enable authentication in your InfluxDB configuration file.
Migrate InfluxDB OSS instances to InfluxDB Enterprise clusters
Migrate a running instance of InfluxDB open source (OSS) to an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster.
Rebalancing InfluxDB Enterprise clusters
Manually rebalance an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster to ensure: Shards are evenly distributed across all data nodes in the cluster Every shard is on n number of nodes, where n is the replication factor. Why rebalance? Rebalance a cluster any time you do one of the following: Expand capacity and increase write throughput by adding a data node. Increase availability and query throughput, by either: Adding data nodes and increasing the replication factor.
Replacing InfluxDB Enterprise cluster meta nodes and data nodes
Introduction Nodes in an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster may need to be replaced at some point due to hardware needs, hardware issues, or something else entirely. This guide outlines processes for replacing both meta nodes and data nodes in an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster. Concepts Meta nodes manage and monitor both the uptime of nodes in the cluster as well as distribution of shards among nodes in the cluster. They hold information about which data nodes own which shards; information on which the anti-entropy (AE) process depends.
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