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influxd inspect report-tsi

The influxd inspect report-tsi command analyzes Time Series Index (TSI) within a specified bucket and reports the cardinality of data stored in the bucket segmented by shard and measurement.

Usage

influxd inspect report-tsi [flags]

Flags

Flag Description Input Type
-b --bucket-id (Required) Process data for specified bucket ID. string
-c --concurrency Number of workers to run concurrently (default is the number of available processing units). integer
--data-path Path to data directory (default ~/.influxdbv2/engine/data). string
-h --help View Help for the report-tsi command.
-t -top Limit results to the top n. integer

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