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Update an InfluxDB stack

Use the influx apply command to update a stack with a modified template. When applying a template to an existing stack, InfluxDB checks to see if the resources in the template match existing resources. InfluxDB updates, adds, and removes resources to resolve differences between the current state of the stack and the newly applied template.

Each stack is uniquely identified by a stack ID. For information about retrieving your stack ID, see View stacks.

Provide the following:

  • Organization name or ID
  • Stack ID
  • InfluxDB template URLs to apply
influx apply \
  -o example-org \
  -u http://example.com/template-1.yml \
  -u http://example.com/template-2.yml \
  --stack-id=12ab34cd56ef

Template resources are uniquely identified by their metadata.name field. If errors occur when applying changes to a stack, all applied changes are reversed and the stack is returned to its previous state.


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