InfluxDB releases new sample config files and hyper-threading CPU tags with Telegraf 1.23.0
Samantha Wang /
Jun 14, 2022
A new feature-bearing release for Telegraf is now available:
- Telegraf 1.23.0 — release notes
The binaries for the latest Telegraf release can be found on our Downloads page.
Many thanks to the 40+ open source community members who contributed to this effort!
Generate Telegraf plugins sample configuration file
sample.conffiles for the different plugins are now embedded into the Golang code by the go compiler. Furthermore, the same file is also embedded into the README.md file.
- This avoids needing to maintain the sample config in two different spots: the README.md and the code. This will lead to removing 11,000 lines of duplicate sample configuration from our source code that we no longer have to maintain.
- As an additional benefit for the end user, you can simply download and use the
sample.conffile with Telegraf. No more to copy-and-paste the sample configuration from the README.md.
Enhanced the HTTP output plugin enabling it to authenticate against a Google API protected by the OAuth 2.0 protocol.
- Adding a
google_application_credentialssetting to the HTTP output plugin to be used with Google Cloud APIs. It specifies the json key file. Learn more about creating Google service accounts in their documentation.
- This setting can be used for a metrics proxy deployed to Google Cloud Run.
- Contributed by Home Depot (thanks Casey and Zach!).
Added core and physical ID to the CPU input plugin
- We added an opt-in setting to enable
physical_idtags that contain information about physical CPU or cores in cases of hyper-threading.
- Contributed by Martin Molnar.
- Slab Input Plugin (
- This plugin collects details on how much memory each entry in Slab cache is consuming. Contributed by @bobuhiro11.
New external plugins
- Fritzbox Input
- Huebridge Input
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