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kapacitor replay-live batch

The kapacitor replay-live batch command replays queries in a batch task without saving a recording.

Usage

kapacitor replay-live batch [flags]

Flags

FlagDescription
-no-waitRun replay in the background
-pastSet start time via now - past
-real-clockReplay queries in real time, otherwise replay queries as fast as possible
-rec-timeUse times saved in the recording instead of present times
-replay-idID to assign to the replay (default is a random ID)
-startStart time for the set of queries
-stopStop time for the set of queries (default now)
-taskRequired: Task ID

Examples

Live-replay batch queries in an absolute time range

kapacitor replay-live batch \
  -task cpu_idle \
  -start 2023-09-01T00:00:00Z \
  -stop 2023-09-02T00:00:00Z

Live-replay batch queries in a relative time range

kapacitor replay-live batch \
  -task cpu_idle \
  -past 10h

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