I am following the guidelines from the documentation for setting up InfluxDB and Grafana. I have tried both installing natively, installing with docker-compose, uninstalling and reinstalling, restarting my machine, etc. When setting up the InfluxDB data source in Grafana, every attempt returns a Network Error: Bad Gateway (502). I’ve scoured the documentation for all technologies involved but could find no solutions. Any suggestions from the community? Thank you!
Hi, welcome to the forum
Where are you getting the
502 Bad Gateway error? In Grafana? Can you post a screenshot of your data source configuration?
Did you try the k6 docker-compose setup?
docker-compose up -d influxdb grafana should bring up a Grafana container already configured with the InfluxDB container as data source. See the documentation.
Try confirming that the InfluxDB container is running by accessing the REPL with
docker-compose exec influxdb influx, or with
curl -I localhost:8086/ping which should return something like:
HTTP/1.1 204 No Content Content-Type: application/json Request-Id: 239af07a-8872-11ea-8006-0242ac140003 X-Influxdb-Build: OSS X-Influxdb-Version: 1.7.9 X-Request-Id: 239af07a-8872-11ea-8006-0242ac140003 Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2020 10:30:39 GMT
curl command should also work if running natively.
Was having the same problem following the k6 documentation. Following on from imiric’s reply I could ping to influxdb no problem and it was Grafana throwing the bad gateway error. I changed the url in grafana from:
Appending the ‘/’ to the url fixed my issue
/slash was honey for me as well