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Both documentation generation and kinds schemas are in active development and subject to change without prior notice.
|string||Yes||Allows to group the results.|
|string||Yes||Specifies the query label selectors.|
|string||Yes||Specifies the type of profile to query.|
|string||Yes||A unique identifier for the query within the list of targets.|
In server side expressions, the refId is used as a variable name to identify results.
By default, the UI will assign A->Z; however setting meaningful names may be useful.
|No||For mixed data sources the selected datasource is on the query level.|
For non mixed scenarios this is undefined.
TODO find a better way to do this ^ that’s friendly to schema
TODO this shouldn’t be unknown but DataSourceRef | null
|boolean||No||true if query is disabled (ie should not be returned to the dashboard)|
Note this does not always imply that the query should not be executed since
the results from a hidden query may be used as the input to other queries (SSE etc)
|integer||No||Sets the maximum number of nodes in the flamegraph.|
|string||No||Specify the query flavor|
TODO make this required and give it a default
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