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InfluxDB container
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Summary

InfluxDB server image. For persistent storage, you could use the cburki/volume-data
container to store the databases data. This image does not yet support the
clustering.

Build the image

To create this image, execute the following command in the docker-influxdb folder.

docker build -t cburki/influxdb .

Configure the image

You can configure the image with environment variables.

  • INFLUXDB_PASSWORD : The root password. Authentication is not enabled if none is given.

Run the image

When you run the image, you will bind the ports 8083 and 8086. InfluxDB will
write the data in the /data/var/opt/influxdb folder which could be used from
a volume data container.

docker run \
    --name influxdb \
    --volumes-from influxdb-data \
    -d \
    -e INFLUXDB_PASSWORD=my_secret_password \
    -p 8083:8083 \
    -p 8086:8086 \
    cburki/influxdb:latest

The volume data container could be started using the following command.

docker run \
    --name influxdb-data \
    -d \
    cburki/volume-data:latest
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