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InfluxDB::HTTP - The Perl way to interact with InfluxDB!
InfluxDB::HTTP allows you to interact with the InfluxDB HTTP API. The module essentially provides one method per InfluxDB HTTP API endpoint, that is
use InfluxDB::HTTP; my $influx = InfluxDB::HTTP->new(); my $ping_result = $influx->ping(); print "$ping_result\n"; my $query = $influx->query( [ 'SELECT Lookups FROM _internal.monitor.runtime WHERE time > '.(time - 60)*1000000000, 'SHOW DATABASES'], epoch => 's', ); print "$query\n";
Object::Resultis relied upon for returning data from subroutines. The respective result object can always be used as string and evaluated on a boolean basis. A result object evaluating to false indicates an error and a corresponding error message is provided in the attribute
my $ping = $influx->ping(); print $ping->error unless ($ping);
Furthermore, all result objects provide access to the
HTTP::Responseobject that is returned by InfluxDB in the attribute
timeoutis optional, defaulting to the InfluxDB defaults or to 3 minutes for the timeout. The timeout is in seconds.
Returns an instance of InfluxDB::HTTP.
Pings the InfluxDB instance configured in the constructor (i.e. by
Returned object evaluates to true or false depending on whether the ping was successful or not. If true, then it contains a
versionattribute that indicates the InfluxDB version running on the pinged server.
versionattribute is extracted from the
X-Influxdb-VersionHTTP response header, which is part of the HTTP response from the pinged InfluxDB instance.
my $ping = $influx->ping(); print $ping->version if ($ping);
Used to query the InfluxDB instance. All parameters but the first one are optional. The
queryparameter can either be a String or a Perl ArrayRef of Strings, where every String contains a valid InfluxDB query.
If the returned object evaluates to true, indicating that the query was successful, then the returned object's
dataattribute contains the entire response from InfluxDB as Perl hash. Additionally the attribute
request_idprovides the request identifier as set in the HTTP reponse headers by InfluxDB. This can for example be useful for correlating requests with log files.
Writes data into InfluxDB. The parameter
measurementcan either be a String or an ArrayRef of Strings, where each String contains one valid InfluxDB LineProtocol statement. All of those mesaurements are then sent to InfluxDB and the specified database. The returned object evaluates to true if the write was successful, and otherwise to false.
The optional argument precision can be given if a precsion different than "ns" is used in the line protocol. InfluxDB docs suggest that using a coarser precision than ns can save space and processing. In many cases "s" or "m" might do.
The optional argument retention_policy can be used to specify a retention policy other than the default retention policy of the selected database.
Returns the internally used LWP::UserAgent instance for possible modifications (e.g. to configure an HTTP proxy).
Please report any bugs or feature requests to https://github.com/raphaelthomas/InfluxDB-HTTP/issues.
Copyright (c) 2016 Raphael Seebacher
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Module Install Instructions
To install InfluxDB::HTTP, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell install InfluxDB::HTTP
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.