GrafanaHomelabLinuxMonitoringProjectsTechnologies Grafana + InfluxDB: Bad Gateway MartinJun 8, 2021Nov 22, 2023 A Solution for “InfluxDB Error: Bad Gateway” in Grafana I’ve been ecountering a weird issue with Grafana when trying to set up InfluxDB: even though the config for the data source is correct, when trying to test it it returns InfluxDB Error: Bad Gateway. The problem is a really silly one. The default URL is http://localhost:8086. I tried manually inputting this, but it returned the same error. The correct way of configuring this is http://localhost:8086/. Appending the extra / to the end fixed the problem, and Grafana can now connect to the data source. <span class="nav-subtitle screen-reader-text">Page</span> Previous PostHave multiple drives appear as oneNext PostEncrypt an empty partition with LUKS Related Posts Deep Dive into a Self-Hosted Media Management Platform for Beginners What exactly are we building? A fancy docker compose stack... MartinAug 28, 2023Feb 7, 2024 Encrypt an empty partition with LUKS LUKS Encrpytion on a drive with no data. MartinDec 9, 2021Jul 23, 2023 Have multiple drives appear as one Solving a slight annoyance with hours of research and risking all my data, because why not. MartinMay 10, 2021Jul 23, 2023 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. I'm a sysadmin & cloud architect. On this blog I'll be posting tutorials and personal anecdotes about my work in IT. Finding an EC2 Instance in an AWS Organization Member Account2023-11-22 Deep Dive into a Self-Hosted Media Management Platform for Beginners2023-08-28 Encrypt an empty partition with LUKS2021-12-09 Grafana + InfluxDB: Bad Gateway2021-06-08 Have multiple drives appear as one2021-05-10 ©2020-2024 All content is the exclusive copyrighted property of the author.