You can configure data sources using config files with Grafana’s provisioning system. You can read more about how it works and all the settings you can set for data sources on the provisioning docs page .
Here are some provisioning examples for this data source.
InfluxDB 1.x example
apiVersion: 1 datasources: - name: InfluxDB_v1 type: influxdb access: proxy database: site user: grafana password: grafana url: http://localhost:8086 jsonData: httpMode: GET
InfluxDB 2.x for Flux example
apiVersion: 1 datasources: - name: InfluxDB_v2_Flux type: influxdb access: proxy url: http://localhost:8086 secureJsonData: token: token jsonData: version: Flux organization: organization defaultBucket: bucket tlsSkipVerify: true
InfluxDB 2.x for InfluxQl example
apiVersion: 1 datasources: - name: InfluxDB_v2_InfluxQL type: influxdb access: proxy url: http://localhost:8086 # This database should be mapped to a bucket database: site jsonData: httpMode: GET httpHeaderName1: 'Authorization' secureJsonData: httpHeaderValue1: 'Token <token>'
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