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    This adapter saves state history into InfluxDB.

    The Adapter supports InfluxDB 1.x and 2.x

    This adapter uses Sentry libraries to automatically report exceptions and code errors to the developers. For more details and for information how to disable the error reporting see Sentry-Plugin Documentation! Sentry reporting is used starting with js-controller 3.0.

    InfluxDB version support

    InfluxDB 1.x

    If you have an InfluxDB 1.x installation (preferably 1.8.x or 1.9.x) then you choose " 1.x" in the adapter configuration and enter the Host-IP and Port together with Username and Password for the Access. You can also define a database name. The default is "iobroker". On first adapter start this database is created.

    When doing custom queries via the "query" message you can use InfluxQL to select the data you want. FluxQL with InfluxDB 1.x is not supported (and will also not be added).

    InfluxDB 2.x

    Since 2.0 of the adapter also InfluxDB 2.x is supported which works a bit different. Here beside the Host-IP and Port the following data are required:

    • Organization: You need to create an organization on the commandline and need to enter the name or ID of that organization here. If you created one Organization when doing the InfluxDB setup you have created an initial organization and can use this here, else use influx org list to see available organizations.
    • Authentication Token: You need to create an Authentication token that have sufficient rights to basically do all actions on the provided organization! Important: For now just use the initial owner auth token because we still struggle on how to create a token that has sufficient permissions. The Owner Token was generated on InfluxDB setup process. If you know how to create the right tokens let us now :-)

    You can also define a database name - this is used as Bucket. The default is "iobroker". On first adapter start this bucket is created in the configured organization.

    When doing custom queries via the "query" message you can use Flux queries to select the data you want. Details on Flux can be found at https://docs.influxdata.com/influxdb/v2.0/reference/flux/

    Store metadata information as tags instead of fields

    For Influx 1.x state value, as well as associated metadata fields (q, ack and from) are stored as fields within InfluxDB. When using Flux-commands to retrieve this data (instead of InfluxQL) the data is returned in separate tables, which makes it more difficult to view the data in a joined way when using external database clients or Influx CLI query command. This is by design, as Influx only supports one field per data-point.

    With Influx 2.x it is now also possible, to store this metadata-information besides the actual value of the state as Influx Tags. Tags are indexed and allow for faster search queries. In addition, they are closely linked to the measurement stored within the db, meaning they will be returned in one table with the queried measurement which makes them much easier to handle, when used outside this adapter. There are limitations with this however:

    • The use of tags for metadata needs to be enabled under Advanced Settings. It is disabled by default.
    • If you decide to use tags, you cannot continue to use old measurements that were gathered with Influx 1.x, as they are stored in fields.
    • Attempting to use an existing database that was set up without enabling the Tag-feature will cause the adapter to fail to initialize, and you will see an error message about it in the log.
      • This also is valid the other way: Once you start using the Tag-feature in a new database, you cannot switch back to using fields for this database.
    • This feature is currently only available, if you use Influx 2.x. And only if you use the new responsive GUI of Admin 5.

    Migration from InfluxDB 1 to 2

    Please refer to the official guides on how to migrate from InfluxDB 1.x to 2.x. Especially the migration instructions for time series data have been verified to work during adapter testing. Please always create a backup of your data before performing the migration.

    After the migration, the adapter is able to work with the old data (e.g. for history-queries) as well. This only applies, if you don't decide to use Tags for storing metadata fields.

    Retention Policy

    While Influx 1.x supports the concept of multiple retention policies for one database, Influx 2 by design allows only one retention period per bucket. Therefore, it is only possible to set one policy for the whole database/bucket with this adapter via Default Settings -> Storage retention. The retention selected here will be applied on the fly and can be changed at any time. Retention policies set by the adapter will never be deleted, but instead altered if required, as otherwise Influx 1.x would delete all data that the policy applied to.

    Please also read Understanding Retention Policies.

    Direct writes or buffered writes?

    With the default configuration the adapter stores each single datapoint directly into the database and only use the internal buffer if the database is not available. If the database was not available the buffer is flushed at the given interval, so it can take the defined interval till the missing points are written!

    By changing the configuration it is possible to cache new data points up to a defined count or a defined maximum interval after which all points are stored into the database. This also gives better performance and less system load compared to writing the data points directly. InfluxDB has a limitation of the maximum size for writes which is at around 2MB. It should be safe to have up to 15.000 data points as buffer maximum, maybe also 20.000, but this highly depends on the length of your datapoint-IDs.

    On exit of the adapter the buffer is stored on disk and reinitialized with next adapter start, so no data points should be lost and will be written after next start.

    InfluxDB and data types

    InfluxDB is very strict on data types. The datatype for a measurement value is defined with it's first write. The adapter tries to write with the correct value, but if the datatype changes for the same state then there may be the write errors in the InfluxDB. The adapter detects this and will write these potential conflicting data points always directly, but write errors mean that the value is not written into the DB at all. So make sure to check the logs for such cases.

    Additionally, InfluxDB do not support "null" values, so these are not written at all into the DB.

    Installation of InfluxDB

    Please refer to the official InfluxDB pages for installation instructions depending on your OS.

    Setup authentication for InfluxDB 1.x (optional)

    NOTE: Influx DB V2.x relies on organization/token login, instead of username/password! This is only applicable for InfluxDB 1.x

    If you use DB locally you may leave authentication disabled and skip this part.

    • Start service: service influxdb start
    • Go to admin page: http://:8083
    • Create users:
    CREATE USER "admin" WITH PASSWORD '<adminpassword>' WITH ALL PRIVILEGES
    CREATE USER "user" WITH PASSWORD '<userpassword>'
    CREATE DATABASE "iobroker"
    GRANT ALL ON "iobroker" TO "user"
    

    Enable authentication, by editing /etc/influxdb/influxdb.conf:

     [http]  
     enabled = true  
     bind-address = ":8086"  
     auth-enabled = true # ✨
     log-enabled = true  
     write-tracing = false  
     pprof-enabled = false  
     https-enabled = false  
     https-certificate = "/etc/ssl/influxdb.pem"  
    
    • Restart service: service influxdb restart

    Installation of Grafana (Charting Tool)

    There is additional charting tool for InfluxDB - Grafana. It must be installed additionally.

    Install a current version of Grafana 3.x+ because InfluxDB support is enhanced there in comparison to earlier Grafana versions.

    Under debian you can install it as described at http://docs.grafana.org/installation/debian/ . For ARM platforms your can check vor v3.x at https://github.com/fg2it/grafana-on-raspberry.

    Explanation for other OS can be found here.

    After the Grafana is installed, follow this to create connection.

    Default Settings

    • Debounce Time - Protection against unstable values to make sure that only stable values are logged when the value did not change in the defined amount of Milliseconds. ATTENTION: If values change more often then this setting effectively no value will be logged (because any value is unstable)
    • Blocktime - Defines for how long after storing the last value no further value is stored. When the given time in Milliseconds is over then the next value that fulfills all other checks is logged.
    • Record changes only - This function make sure that only changed values are logged if they fulfill other checks (see below). Same values will not be logged.
    • still record the same values (seconds) - When using "Record changes only" you can set a time interval in seconds here after which also unchanged values will be re-logged into the DB. You can detect the values re-logged by the adapter with the "from" field.
    • Minimum difference from last value - When using "Record changes only" you can define the required minimum difference between the new value and the last value. If this is not reached the value is not recorded.
    • ignore 0 or null values (==0) - You can define if 0 or null values should be ignored.
    • ignore values below zero (<0) - You can define if values below zero should be ignored.
    • Disable charting optimized logging of skipped values - By default the adapter tries to record the values for optimized charting. This can mean that additional values (that e.g. not fulfilled all checks above) are logged automatically. If this is not wanted, you can disable this feature.
    • Alias-ID - You can define an alias for the ID. This is useful if you have changed a device and want to have continuous data logging. Please consider switching to real alias States in teh future!
    • Storage retention - How many values in the past will be stored on disk. Data are deleted when the time is reached as soon as new data should be stored for a datapoint.
    • Enable enhanced debug logs for the datapoint - If you want to see more detailed logs for this datapoint, you can enable this option. You still need to enable "debug" loglevel for these additional values to be visible! This helps in debugging issues or understanding why the adapter is logging a value (or not).

    Most of these values can be pre-defined in the instance settings and are then pre-filled or used for the datapoint.

    Access values from Javascript adapter

    The sorted values can be accessed from Javascript adapter.

    • Get 50 last stored events for all IDs
    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'getHistory', {
        id: '*',
        options: {
            end:       Date.now(),
            count:     50,
            aggregate: 'onchange',
            addId: true
        }
    }, function (result) {
        for (var i = 0; i < result.result.length; i++) {
            console.log(result.result[i].id + ' ' + new Date(result.result[i].ts).toISOString());
        }
    });
    
    • Get stored values for "system.adapter.admin.0.memRss" in last hour
    var end = Date.now();
    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'getHistory', {
        id: 'system.adapter.admin.0.memRss',
        options: {
            start:      end - 3600000,
            end:        end,
            aggregate: 'onchange',
            addId: true
        }
    }, function (result) {
        for (var i = 0; i < result.result.length; i++) {
            console.log(result.result[i].id + ' ' + new Date(result.result[i].ts).toISOString());
        }
    });
    

    Possible options:

    • start - (optional) time in ms - Date.now()'
    • end - (optional) time in ms - Date.now()', by default is (now + 5000 seconds)
    • step - (optional) used in aggregate (max, min, average, total, ...) step in ms of intervals
    • count - number of values if aggregate is 'onchange' or number of intervals if other aggregate method. Count will be ignored if step is set, else default is 500 if not set
    • from - if from field should be included in answer
    • ack - if ack field should be included in answer
    • q - if q field should be included in answer
    • addId - if id field should be included in answer
    • limit - do not return more entries than limit
    • round - round result to number of digits after decimal point
    • ignoreNull - if null values should be included (false), replaced by last not null value (true) or replaced with 0 (0)
    • removeBorderValues - By default additional border values are returned to optimize charting. Set this option to true if this is not wanted (e.g. for script data processing)
    • returnNewestEntries - The returned data are always sorted by timestamp ascending. When using aggregate "none" and also providing "count" or "limit" this means that normally the oldest entries are returned (unless no start data is provided). Set this option to true to get the newest entries instead.
    • aggregate - aggregate method (Default: 'average'):
      • minmax - used special algorithm. Splice the whole time range in small intervals and find for every interval max, min, start and end values.
      • max - Splice the whole time range in small intervals and find for every interval max value and use it for this interval (nulls will be ignored).
      • min - Same as max, but take minimal value.
      • average - Same as max, but take average value.
      • total - Same as max, but calculate total value.
      • count - Same as max, but calculate number of values (nulls will be calculated).
      • percentile - Calculate n-th percentile (n is given in options.percentile or defaults to 50 if not provided).
      • quantile - Calculate n quantile (n is given in options.quantile or defaults to 0.5 if not provided).
      • integral - Calculate integral (additional parameters see below).
      • none - No aggregation at all. Only raw values in given period.
    • percentile - (optional) when using aggregate method "percentile" defines the percentile level (0..100)(defaults to 50)
    • quantile - (optional) when using aggregate method "quantile" defines the quantile level (0..1)(defaults to 0.5)
    • integralUnit - (optional) when using aggregate method "integral" defines the unit in seconds (defaults to 60s). e.g. to get integral in hours for Wh or such, set to 3600.
    • integralInterpolation - (optional) when using aggregate method "integral" defines the interpolation method (defaults to "none").
      • linear - linear interpolation
      • none - no/stepwise interpolation

    The first and last points will be calculated for aggregations, except aggregation "none". If you manually request some aggregation you should ignore first and last values, because they are calculated from values outside of period.

    When raw data are selected without using 'step' the returned fields are ts, val, ack, q and from. As soon as step is used the returned fields are ts and val.

    Interpolated values will be marked as i=true, like: {i: true, val: 4.7384845, ts: 29892365723652}.

    Please hold in mind that InfluxDB aggregates on "rounded time boundaries" (see https://docs.influxdata.com/influxdb/v0.11/troubleshooting/frequently_encountered_issues/#understanding-the-time-intervals-returned-from-group-by-time-queries)

    InfluxDB is very strict when it comes to data types. This has effects for aggregator functions, e.g.:

    • average (MEAN) can not be used for boolean values (true/false), only MIN or MAX works here
    • average (MEAN) can not be used for string values (text), no aggregator makes sense here at all
    • ...

    Custom queries

    The user can execute custom queries on data from javascript adapter.

    The multi-query feature is also supported. You can send multiple queries separated by a semicolon.

    That's why the result is always an array with one numbered index for each query.

    Influx 1.x

    Example with one query:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'query', 'SELECT * FROM iobroker.global."system.adapter.admin.0.memRss" LIMIT 100', function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.error(result.error);
        } else {
            // show result
             console.log('Rows: ' + JSON.stringify(result.result[0]));
        }
    });
    

    Two queries:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'query', 'SELECT * FROM iobroker.global."system.adapter.admin.0.memRss" LIMIT 100; SELECT * FROM iobroker.global."system.adapter.admin.0.memHeapUsed" LIMIT 100', function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.error(result.error);
        } else {
            // show result
            console.log('Rows First: ' + JSON.stringify(result.result[0]));
            console.log('Rows Second: ' + JSON.stringify(result.result[1]));
        }
    });
    

    NOTE: The values are coming back in the result array in filename "value" (instead of "val" as normal in ioBroker)

    Influx 2.x

    In InfluxDB v2.0 onwards the SQL-based query language InfluxQL is deprecated in favour of Flux. For more information please refer to the offical InfluxDB 2.0 documentation.

    Example with one query:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'query', 'from(bucket: "iobroker") |> range(start: -3h)', function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.error(result.error);
        } else {
            // show result
             console.log('Rows: ' + JSON.stringify(result));
        }
    });
    

    Two queries: NOTE: By default you cannot execute 2 queries at once via Flux-language, as there is no delimiter available. This adapter emulates this behaviour by defining ; as delimiter, so you can still run two queries in one statement.

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'query', 'from(bucket: "iobroker") |> range(start: -3h); from(bucket: "iobroker") |> range(start: -1h)" LIMIT 100', function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.error(result.error);
        } else {
            // show result
            console.log('Rows First: ' + JSON.stringify(result.result[0])); //Values from last 3 hours
            console.log('Rows Second: ' + JSON.stringify(result.result[1])); //Values from last hour
        }
    });
    

    NOTE: The values are coming back in the result array in filename "value" (instead of "val" as normal in ioBroker)

    storeState

    If you want to write other data into the InfluxDB you can use the build in system function storeState. This function can also be used to convert data from other History adapters like History or SQL.

    A successful response do not mean that the data are really written out to the disk. It just means that they were processed.

    The given ids are not checked against the ioBroker database and do not need to be set up or enabled there. If own IDs are used without settings then the "rules" parameter is not supported and will result in an error. The default "Maximal number of stored in RAM values" is used for such IDs.

    The Message can have one of the following three formats:

    • one ID and one state object
    sendTo('history.0', 'storeState', [
        id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx',
        state: {ts: 1589458809352, val: 123, ack: false, from: 'system.adapter.whatever.0', ...}
    ], result => console.log('added'));
    
    • one ID and array of state objects
    sendTo('history.0', 'storeState', {
        id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx',
        state: [
          {ts: 1589458809352, val: 123, ack: false, from: 'system.adapter.whatever.0', ...}, 
          {ts: 1589458809353, val: 123, ack: false, from: 'system.adapter.whatever.0', ...}
        ]
    }, result => console.log('added'));
    
    • array of multiple IDs with one state object each
    sendTo('history.0', 'storeState', [
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx', state: {ts: 1589458809352, val: 123, ack: false, from: 'system.adapter.whatever.0', ...}}, 
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.yyy', state: {ts: 1589458809353, val: 123, ack: false, from: 'system.adapter.whatever.0', ...}}
    ], result => console.log('added'));
    

    Additionally, you can add attribute rules: true in message to activate all rules, like counter, changesOnly, de-bounce and so on

    In case of errors an array with all single error messages is returned and also a successCount to see how many entries were stored successfully.

    delete state

    If you want to delete entry from the Database you can use the build in system function delete:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'delete', [
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx', state: {ts: 1589458809352}}, 
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.yyy', state: {ts: 1589458809353}}
    ], result => console.log('deleted'));
    

    To delete ALL history data for some data point execute:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'deleteAll', [
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx'}, 
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.yyy'}
    ], result => console.log('deleted'));
    

    To delete history data for some data point and for some range, execute:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'deleteRange', [
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx', start: '2019-01-01T00:00:00.000Z', end: '2019-12-31T23:59:59.999'}, 
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.yyy', start: 1589458809352, end: 1589458809353}
    ], result => console.log('deleted'));
    

    Time could be ms since epoch or ans string, that could be converted by javascript Date object.

    Values will be deleted including defined limits. ts >= start AND ts <= end

    change state

    If you want to change entry's value, quality or acknowledge flag in the database you can use the build in system function update:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'update', [
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx', state: {ts: 1589458809352, val: 15, ack: true, q: 0}}, 
        {id: 'mbus.0.counter.yyy', state: {ts: 1589458809353, val: 16, ack: true, q: 0}}
    ], result => console.log('deleted'));
    

    ts is mandatory. At least one other flags must be included in state object.

    Flush Buffers

    If you want to flush the buffers for one or all datapoints to the Database you can use the build in system function flushBuffer:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'flushBuffer', {id: 'mbus.0.counter.xxx'
    , result => console.log('deleted, error: ' + result.error));
    

    if no id is provided all buffers will be flushed.

    History Logging Management via Javascript

    The adapter supports enabling and disabling of history logging via JavaScript and also retrieving the list of enabled data points with their settings.

    enable

    The message requires to have the "id" of the datapoint. Additionally, optional "options" to define the datapoint specific settings:

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'enableHistory', {
        id: 'system.adapter.influxdb.0.memRss',
        options: {
            changesOnly:  true,
            debounce:     0,
            retention:    31536000,
            maxLength:    3,
            changesMinDelta: 0.5,
            aliasId: ''
        }
    }, function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.log(result.error);
        }
        if (result.success) {
            // successfully enabled
        }
    });
    

    disable

    The message requires to have the "id" of the datapoint.

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'disableHistory', {
        id: 'system.adapter.influxdb.0.memRss',
    }, function (result) {
        if (result.error) {
            console.log(result.error);
        }
        if (result.success) {
            // successfully enabled
        }
    });
    

    get List

    The message has no parameters.

    sendTo('influxdb.0', 'getEnabledDPs', {}, function (result) {
        //result is object like:
        {
            "system.adapter.influxdb.0.memRss": {
                "changesOnly":true,
                "debounce":0,
                "retention":31536000,
                "maxLength":3,
                "changesMinDelta":0.5,
                "enabled":true,
                "changesRelogInterval":0,
                "aliasId":""
            }
            ...
        }
    });
    

    Changelog

    3.1.7 (2022-06-27)

    • (Apollon77) Allow to remove a configuration value for "round" in config again

    3.1.6 (2022-06-27)

    • (Apollon77) When not count is provided for aggregate "none" or "onchange" then the limit (default 2000) is used as count to define the number of data to return.

    3.1.5 (2022-06-12)

    • (Apollon77) Make sure debug log is active according to the settings

    3.1.4 (2022-06-08)

    • (Apollon77) Performance optimizations for GetHistory calls, especially for "minmax" aggregate method
    • (Apollon77) Prevent crash case reported by Sentry

    3.1.3 (2022-06-01)

    • (Apollon77) Corrected issue when testing connection to InfluxDBv1 with weird passwords

    3.1.2 (2022-05-31)

    • (Apollon77) Workaround an admin issue when testing connection to InfluxDB

    3.1.0 (2022-05-27)

    • (Apollon77) Data are not converted to number if they are other data types on getHistory to respect the saved data formats as defined in the datapoint settings for storage.
    • (Apollon77) Fix retention change to lower checkbox in UI
    • (Apollon77) Allow storeState again to write to InfluxDB for "unknown state ids" - "rules" usage is not supported in for this and storeState would be silently discarded in this case!
    • (Apollon77) Fix several crash cases reported by Sentry
    • (Apollon77) Make sure disabling "Log changes only" also really do not log the changes anymore
    • (Apollon77) Allow storeState and GetHistory also to be called for "unknown ids"

    3.0.2 (2022-05-12)

    • (Apollon77) handle an empty Path for InfluxDB 2.0 correctly in all cases

    3.0.1 (2022-05-11)

    • (Apollon77) BREAKING: Configuration is only working in the new Admin 5 UI!
    • (Apollon77) Did bigger adjustments to the recording logic and added a lot of new Features. Please refer to Changelog and Forum post for details.

    3.0.0 (2022-05-11)

    • (Apollon77) Breaking: Configuration is only working in the new Admin 5 UI!
    • (Apollon77) Breaking! Did bigger adjustments to the recording logic. Debounce is refined and blockTime is added to differentiate between the two checks
    • (Apollon77) Breaking! GetHistory requests now need to deliver the ts in milliseconds! Make sure to use up to date scripts and Charting UIs
    • (Apollon77) New setting added to disable the "logging of additional values for charting optimization" - then only the expected data are logged
    • (Apollon77) Add new Debug flag to enable/disable debug logging on datapoint level (default is false) to optimize performance
    • (Apollon77) Add flag returnNewestEntries for GetHistory to determine which records to return when more entries as "count" are existing for aggregate "none"
    • (Apollon77) Flush the buffer for the datapoint which is queried by GetHistory before the query is done, so that all data are in the database
    • (Apollon77) make sure id is always returned on GetHistory when addId is set
    • (Apollon77) Add aggregate method "percentile" to calculate the percentile (0..100) of the values (requires options.percentile with the percentile level, defaults to 50 if not provided). Basically same as Quantile just different levels are used. Calculation will be done by InfluxDB
    • (Apollon77) Add aggregate method "quantile" to calculate the quantile (0..1) of the values (requires options.quantile with the quantile level, defaults to 0.5 if not provided). Basically same as Percentile just different levels are used. Calculation will be done by InfluxDB
    • (Apollon77) Add (experimental) method "integral" to calculate the integral of the values. Requires options.integralUnit with the time duration of the integral in seconds, defaults to 60s if not provided. Optionally a linear interpolation can be done by setting options.integralInterpolation to "linear". Calculation will be done byInfluxDB (except for InfluxDB 1 and interpolation "linear", this is done by adapter on raw data)
    • (Apollon77) When request contains flag removeBorderValues: true, the result then cut the additional pre and post border values out of the results
    • (Apollon77) Enhance the former "Ignore below 0" feature and now allow specifying to ignore below or above specified values. The old setting is converted to the new one
    • (Apollon77) Allow to specify custom retention duration in days
    • (Apollon77) Add a new message flushBuffer to flush complete buffers or for a given id
    • (Apollon77) Allow to specify an additional path for the InfluxDB URL, when Reverse proxies are used or such
    • (Apollon77) Make sure that min change delta allows numbers entered with comma (german notation) in all cases
    • (Apollon77) Add support to specify how to round numbers on query per datapoint
    • (Apollon77) Allow to specify if the last value of a state is logged on startup

    2.6.3 (2022-03-07)

    • (Apollon77) Fix potential crash cases (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-4Q)

    2.6.2 (2022-03-03)

    • (Apollon77) Correctly handle db names with hyphens for InfluxDB 1
    • (Apollon77) Fix getHistory for non boolean fields
    • (Apollon77) Adjust shard group duration to influxdb proposals

    2.6.1 (2022-02-28)

    • (Excodibur) Address issue with updating retention policy for influxDB 1

    2.6.0 (2022-02-24)

    • (Excodibur) Make request timeout configurable - defaults to 30s
    • (Apollon77) Add option to also accept self signed ssl certificates for InfluxDB 2.x

    2.5.2 (2022-02-22)

    • (bluefox) Marked interpolated data with i=true

    2.5.0 (2022-02-14)

    • (bluefox) Added new messages: 'update', 'delete', 'deleteRange', 'deleteAll' (only for influxdb v1)
    • (bluefox) Corrected aggregation of data

    2.4.0 (2021-12-19)

    • (Excodibur) Added expert settings to deactivate health checks for Influx 2 db (There are no health checks for Influx 1)
    • (Excodibur) Hide settings not relevant when "log changes only" is not used
    • (Apollon77) Allow all number values for debounce again
    • (Apollon77) InfluxDB also do not like Infinite values, so ignore them too

    2.3.0 (2021-12-14)

    • (bluefox) Support only js.controller >= 3.3.x
    • (bluefox) Used system/custom view for collecting the objects
    • (bluefox) Implemented option to ignore zero- or/and below zero- values

    2.2.0 (2021-08-25)

    • (Excodibur) Added option to store metadata (q, ack, from) as tags instead of fields for Influx 2.x - see README!
    • (Excodibur) Failure to update/set retention policy will now cause warning instead of error/restart, to support more restrictive DB setups
    • (Excodibur/Apollon77) Bug fixes and adjustments

    2.1.1 (2021-08-13)

    • IMPORTANT: You need to re-enter the password after installing this version!
    • IMPORTANT: The adapter now requires Admin 5.1.15+ and js-controller 3.3+! For other admin or js-controller versions please use the former v1.9.5 of thi adapter.
    • (Excodibur) Added InfluxDB 2.0 support
    • (Excodibur) Adjust Retention handling on Database level to work for InfluxDB 1.x and 2.x
    • (Excodibur) Removed retention options on datapoint level because never worked and also not supported really by InfluxDB anymore

    1.9.5 (2021-04-19)

    • (bluefox) Added the support of Admin5

    1.9.4 (2021-01-17)

    • (Apollon77) Optimize stop handling

    1.9.3 (2020-11-07)

    • (Apollon77) Crash case prevented (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-T, IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-Y)

    1.9.2 (2020-08-06)

    • (Apollon77) crash prevented (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-G)

    1.9.1 (2020-07-22)

    • (Apollon77) crash prevented (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-E)

    1.9.0 (2020-07-21)

    • (Apollon77) Optimize handling in case of write errors and host unavailabilities

    1.8.8 (2020-07-18)

    • (Apollon77) Some errors prevented
    • (Apollon77) Set timeouts for influxdb connections to make sure connectioens do not run forever

    1.8.7 (2020-05-14)

    • (bluefox) added command to read supported features

    1.8.6 (2020-05-11)

    • (Apollon77) make sure disabling of data points while starting adapter do not crash adapter (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-7)
    • (Apollon77) Make sure all start values are processed correctly
    • (Apollon77) More checks to make sure to not crash when states are disabled while data are processed (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-8)

    1.8.5 (2020-05-08)

    • (bluefox) set default history if not yet set

    1.8.4 (2020-05-02)

    • (Apollon77) make sure disabling of data points do not crash adapter (Sentry IOBROKER-INFLUXDB-4)

    1.8.3 (2020-04-29)

    • (Apollon77) Fix pot crash case when deleting objects while saving values (Sentry)

    1.8.2 (2020-04-19)

    • Requires js-controller >= 2.0.0
    • (Apollon77) removed usage of adapter.objects
    • (Apollon77) check if objects have changed and ignore unchanged
    • (Apollon77) Add Sentry for Error Reporting with js-controller 3.0
    • (Apollon77) Make sure value undefined is ignored

    1.4.2 (2017-03-02)

    • (Apollon77) Add option to define storage datatype per datapoint inclusing converting the value if needed

    1.3.4 (2017-02-22)

    • (Apollon77) Small fix for older configurations

    1.3.3 (2017-02-08)

    • (Apollon77) Enhance handling of DB outages with mass writes afterwards
    • (Apollon77) Small fix for older configurations

    1.3.2

    • (Apollon77) Enhance Min-Delta logic for data points from type mixed

    1.3.1 (2017-01-16)

    • (bluefox) Fix handling of float values in Adapter config and Datapoint config.

    1.3.0 (2016-12-02)

    • (Apollon77) Add messages enableHistory/disableHistory
    • (Apollon77) add support to log changes only if value differs a minimum value for numbers

    1.2.1 (2016-11)

    • (Apollon77) small enhancements and fixes

    1.2.0 (2016-11-05)

    • (Apollon77) support re-logging also for states that are not updated often (timed relog using relog-Interval)
    • (Apollon77) try to solve easy type conflicts and convert float <--> boolean if needed
    • (Apollon77) enhance getHistory to retrieve also boundary values better by selecting also points outside of the given time boundaries

    1.1.1 (2016-11-03)

    • (Apollon77) small final change on custom dialog

    1.1.0 (2016-10-29)

    • (Apollon77) optimizations and enhancements for high traffic situations
    • (Apollon77) Bugfix if InfluxDB is unavailable
    • (Apollon77) add functions getConflictingPoints and resetConflictingPoints
    • (Apollon77) add option to re-log unchanged values to make it easier for visualization

    1.0.1 (2016-10-18)

    • (Apollon77) changed storing values to asynchronous way
    • (Apollon77) add support for „minmax“ aggregate type on getHistory

    1.0.0 (2016-10-10)

    • (Apollon77) bulk write into DB
    • (Apollon77) buffer values if no connection to DB
    • (bluefox) connection indication

    0.5.3 (2016-09-30)

    • (Apollon77) enhance and correct documentation
    • (Apollon77) implement "step" calculation for aggregation if only "count" is set

    0.5.2 (2016-09-25)

    • (Apollon77) change custom queries. Fix delete DB

    0.5.1 (2016-09-20)

    • (Apollon77) Step is given as Milliseconds and not Seconds!

    0.5.0 (2016-08-30)

    • (bluefox) Compatible only with new admin

    0.4.0 (2016-08-27)

    • (bluefox) change name of object from "history" to "custom"

    0.3.1 (2016-06-07)

    • (bluefox) better error handling

    0.3.1 (2016-06-05)

    • (bluefox) no support of influxDB 0.8 (please update)

    0.3.0 (2016-05-18)

    • (bluefox) make name of DB configurable

    0.2.0 (2016-04-30)

    • (bluefox) support of milliseconds instead of seconds

    0.1.2 (2015-12-19)

    • (bluefox) make onchange work

    0.1.1 (2015-12-19)

    • (bluefox) retention policy for 0.9.x

    0.1.0 (2015-12-19)

    • (bluefox) supported InfluxDB version 0.9.x and 0.8.x

    0.0.2 (2015-12-14)

    • (bluefox) change supported InfluxDB version to 0.9.x

    0.0.1 (2015-12-12)

    • (bluefox) initial commit

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