A new release for InfluxDB Command Line Tools (CLI) is now available.
- InfluxDB CLI 2.2.0 — release notes
This release includes the following new features and bug fixes.
This release makes it easier to create API tokens with the
influx CLI, adds support for viewing more than 20 buckets using
influx bucket list, and adds a shorthand flag for bucket (
Create an All-Access token in the Influx CLI
We added the ability to use the Influx CLI to create an All-Access API token with read and write permissions to all resources in an Organization.
View more buckets in the Influx CLI
influx bucket list with pagination to support displaying more than 20 buckets. By default, buckets are fetched in batches of 20; set
--page-size to override this default value. You may also limit the total number of buckets to display with
--limit (by default, there’s no limit).
New bucket shorthand for
Add the shorthand flag
- We now detect and warn when the Operator token is changed using
influx restore(either setting a new
--activeconfig or updating the
- The CLI now automatically sets the newly-created connection configuration as active in
- We have embedded the timezone data into Windows builds to avoid errors.
The latest open source release can be found on our downloads page.