Follow the links below for more information.
Options available in the Chronograf configuration file and environment variables.
Configure Chronograf, including security, multiple users, and multiple organizations.
Work with InfluxDB Enterprise clusters through the Chronograf UI.
Create a Chronograf high-availability (HA) cluster using etcd.
Create and manage InfluxDB and Kapacitor connections in the UI.
Share dashboard JSON files between Chronograf instances, or add dashboards as resources to include in a deployment.
Create, configure, map, and remove organizations in Chronograf.
Manage Chronograf security with OAuth 2.0 providers.
Manage users and roles, including SuperAdmin permission and organization-bound users.
Enable authentication and manage InfluxDB OSS and InfluxDB Enterprise users in Chronograf.
Migrate a Chronograf single instance configuration using BoltDB to a Chronograf high-availability (HA) cluster configuration using etcd.
Import prebuilt dashboards into Chronograf based on Telegraf plugins.
If you’re rolling back to a previous version of Chronograf, restore your internal database.
Upgrade to the latest version of Chronograf.
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