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  • mminehan
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    Hey Deepak,
    Is there any chance you could publish a 'compiled' version? I'm not familiar with turning source code into an exacutable.
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  • mminehan
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    I would probably pay for a well written InlfuxDB plugin.
    It would have to allow you to choose which devices to report, and a report frequency for each device. There is no point in filling up a database every 10 seconds with a device that only changes a couple of times a day for example.

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  • ando1
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    This is really interesting. I am assuming you should be able to also use telegraf and Grafana to send the measurements and display them on a Grafana server. I actually did this using theis thread: https://forums.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=194145

    It is a bit complicated to setup but once you get it configured it runs well. This plugin would simplify the influxdb installation anyway.

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  • NetworkGuy
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    I'm a bit unsure of how to install as well. Can anyone provide a quick primer in installing using this source?

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  • mminehan
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    This looks interesting.
    I can't see any installation instructions. Is there something I am missing?
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  • deepakkhajuria
    started a topic Open Source Influx DB Persistence PlugIn

    Open Source Influx DB Persistence PlugIn

    I wrote Influx DB Persistence PlugIn for my own use.

    Functionality:

    *Store values from the Homeseer devices in InfluxDB on change.
    *Displays the history/chart as Tab in Device Properties
    *Basic Graph to show the history.
    *Can import values from InfluxDB periodically based on query.

    You can find source code and instructions(with screenshots) at

    https://github.com/dk307/HSPI_InfluxDBPersistence

    Hope you find it useful, though it has only been tested on my setup.

    Thanks
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