This section covers the available tools for interacting with InfluxDB.
InfluxDB’s Command Line Interface (
influx) is an interactive shell for the
HTTP API that comes with every InfluxDB package.
influx to write data (manually or from a file), query data interactively,
and view query output in different formats:
Go straight to the documentation on:
Reference documentation for InfluxDB’s HTTP API.
Go straight to the reference documentation on:
API Client Libraries
The list of client libraries for interacting with InfluxDB.
Web Admin Interface
In version 1.3, the web admin interface is no longer available in InfluxDB.
The interface does not run on port
8083 and InfluxDB ignores the
[admin] section in the configuration file if that section is present.
Chronograf replaces the web admin interface with improved tooling for querying data, writing data, and database management.
See Chronograf’s transition guide for more information.
Influx Inspect is a tool designed to view detailed information about on disk shards, as well as export data from a shard to line protocol that can be inserted back into the database.
Grafana Graphs and Dashboards
Grafana is a convenient dashboard tool for visualizing time series data. It was originally built for Graphite, modeled after Kibana, and since been updated to support InfluxDB.
Because of the changes to the
SHOW SERIES and
SHOW TAG VALUES formats in InfluxDB 0.11, InfluxDB 1.3 will not work with the Query Editor in Grafana 2.6.
This issue does not affect existing queries and dashboards or users working with Grafana 3.0.
Support and feedback
Thank you for being part of our community! We welcome and encourage your feedback and bug reports for InfluxDB and this documentation. To find support, the following resources are available:
InfluxDB Cloud and InfluxDB Enterprise customers can contact InfluxData Support.