Chronograf

Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.8.4

A new maintenance release for Chronograf is now available. Chronograf 1.8.4 – Release Notes This maintenance release of Chronograf includes the following fixes: Resolves an issue that was causing OAuth logins to fail under certain conditions. Fixes the expiration time …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.8.2

NOTE: This release of Chronograf replaces the 1.8.1 release which included a defect that caused table graphs to render incorrectly. We encourage all users to upgrade to this latest version. A new maintenance release for Chronograf is now available. Chronograf …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.8.0

A new feature release for Chronograf is now available. Chronograf 1.8.0 — release notes This release of Chronograf includes the following features and fixes: Chronograf can now be configured to store its metadata in etcd instead of boltdb. This means …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.7.17

A new maintenance release for Chronograf is now available. This maintenance release of Chronograf 1.7.17 includes the following fix: Fixed an issue where a User could not log out when they were authenticated using OAuth. For community members, the latest …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.7.16

A new maintenance release for Chronograf is now available. This maintenance release of Chronograf 1.7.16 includes the following fixes: Fixed an issue where the Flux schema explorer was not using the correct meta queries Updated the way we label the …

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How to Overcome Memory Usage Challenges with the Time Series Index

This article is written by Saiyam Pathak, a software engineer of the large-scale multi-cloud Kubernetes project, who works on Kubernetes at Walmart Labs. InfluxDB is a leading open source time series databases. In case you’re unfamiliar with InfluxDB, it is designed …

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Release Announcement: InfluxDB 1.7.8, Chronograf 1.7.14, Telegraf 1.11.5

New maintenance releases for InfluxDB OSS, Chronograf and Telegraf are available now. InfluxDB 1.7.8 — release notes Chronograf 1.7.14 — release notes Telegraf 1.11.5 — release notes This maintenance release of InfluxDB OSS includes the following fixes: Removed stray fmt.Println which was …

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The Algorithm That Ties Together Google Maps and InfluxData’s Giraffe

One of the best parts about being a developer advocate is being able to share the developer’s work with the community. Working at InfluxData also means the code, projects or ideas that I blog about come from exceptional engineers who, …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.7.12

A new maintenance releases for Chronograf is now available. This maintenance release of Chronograf 1.7.12 includes the following fixes: Allow negative numbers for configured y-axis minimums. Properly update query time bounds when zooming in on a dashboard. Clarify wording of …

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Release Announcement: Chronograf 1.7.11

A new maintenance release for Chronograf is available now. Chronograf 1.7.11 — release notes This maintenance release of Chronograf 1.7.11 includes the following fix: Addressed an issue where meta queries were not working properly with the latest version of Flux. …

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