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Third party software

InfluxData products contain third party software, which means the copyrighted, patented, or otherwise legally protected software of third parties that is incorporated in InfluxData products.

Third party suppliers make no representation nor warranty with respect to such third party software or any portion thereof. Third party suppliers assume no liability for any claim that might arise with respect to such third party software, nor for a customer’s use of or inability to use the third party software.

InfluxDB Enterprise 1.10 includes the following third party software components, which are maintained on a version by version basis.

Component License Integration
ASN1 BER Encoding / Decoding Library for the GO programming language (go-asn1-ber/ans1-ber) MIT Statically linked
Cobra is a commander for modern Go CLI interactions (spf13/cobra) BSD 2-Clause Statically linked
A golang registry for global request variables (gorilla/context) BSD 3-Clause Statically linked
FlatBuffers: Memory Efficient Serialization Library (google/flatbuffers) Apache License 2.0 Statically linked
Flux is a lightweight scripting language for querying databases (like InfluxDB) and working with data (influxdata/flux) Apache License 2.0 Statically linked
GoConvey is a yummy Go testing tool for gophers (glycerine/goconvey) MIT Statically linked
An immutable radix tree implementation in Golang (hashicorp/go-immutable-radix) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked
Some helpful packages for writing Go apps (markbates/going) MIT Statically linked
Golang LRU cache implements a fixed-size thread safe LRU cache (hashicorp/golang-lru) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked
Codec - a high performance and feature-rich Idiomatic encode/decode and rpc library for msgpack and Binc (hashicorp/go-msgpack) BSD 3-Clause Statically linked
A Golang library for exporting performance and runtime metrics to external metrics systems, i.e. statsite, statsd (armon/go-metrics) MIT Statically linked
Generates UUID-format strings using purely high quality random bytes (hashicorp/go-uuid) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked
Collection of useful handlers for Go net/http package (gorilla/handlers) BSD 2-Clause Statically linked
Golang implementation of JavaScript Object (dvsekhvalnov/jose2go) MIT Statically linked
Basic LDAP v3 functionality for the Go programming language (go-ldap/ldap) MIT Statically linked
Basic LDAP v3 functionality for the Go programming language (mark-rushakoff/ldapserver) BSD 3-Clause Statically linked
A powerful URL router and dispatcher for golang (gorilla/mux) BSD 2-Clause Statically linked
pkcs7 implements parsing and creating signed and enveloped messages (fullsailor/pkcs7) MIT Statically linked
Pretty printing for Go values (kr/pretty) MIT Statically linked
Go language implementation of the Raft consensus protocol (hashicorp/raft) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked
Raft backend implementation using BoltDB (hashicorp/raft-boltdb) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked
General purpose extensions to golang’s database/sql (jmoiron/sqlx) MIT Statically linked
Miscellaneous functions for formatting text (kr/text) MIT Statically linked
Golang connection multiplexing library (hashicorp/yamux) Mozilla Public License 2.0 Statically linked

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The future of Flux

Flux is going into maintenance mode. You can continue using it as you currently are without any changes to your code.

Flux is going into maintenance mode and will not be supported in InfluxDB 3.0. This was a decision based on the broad demand for SQL and the continued growth and adoption of InfluxQL. We are continuing to support Flux for users in 1.x and 2.x so you can continue using it with no changes to your code. If you are interested in transitioning to InfluxDB 3.0 and want to future-proof your code, we suggest using InfluxQL.

For information about the future of Flux, see the following: