About the project
This page documents an earlier version of InfluxDB. InfluxDB v2.7 is the latest stable version.
v1.3.9 [2018-01-19] Bugfixes Improve performance when writes exceed max-values-per-tag or max-series. v1.3.8 [2017-12-04] Bugfixes Add influx_inspect inmem2tsi command to convert existing in-memory (TSM-based) shards to the TSI (Time Series Index) format. Fix race condition in the merge iterator close method. Fix compaction aborting early and dropping remaining series. v1.3.7 [2017-10-26] Release Notes Bug fix identified via Community and InfluxCloud. The build artifacts are now consistent with v1.3.5. Bugfixes Don’t assume which is present in package post-install script.
Contributions and licenses
Third Party Software
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The list of third party software components, including references to associated licenses and other materials, is maintained on a version by version basis.
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