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query.fromRange() function

query.fromRange() is experimental and subject to change at any time.

query.fromRange() returns all data from a specified bucket within given time bounds.

Function type signature
(
    bucket: string,
    start: A,
    ?stop: B,
) => stream[{
    C with
    _value: D,
    _time: time,
    _stop: time,
    _start: time,
    _measurement: string,
    _field: string,
}]
For more information, see Function type signatures.

Parameters

bucket

(Required) InfluxDB bucket name.

start

(Required) Earliest time to include in results.

Results include points that match the specified start time. Use a relative duration, absolute time, or integer (Unix timestamp in seconds). For example, -1h, 2019-08-28T22:00:00Z, or 1567029600. Durations are relative to now().

stop

Latest time to include in results. Default is now().

Results exclude points that match the specified stop time. Use a relative duration, absolute time, or integer (Unix timestamp in seconds).For example, -1h, 2019-08-28T22:00:00Z, or 1567029600. Durations are relative to now().

Examples

Query data from InfluxDB in a specified time range

import "experimental/query"

query.fromRange(bucket: "example-bucket", start: -1h)

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