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Hi all, On the Fibaro forum I seen various examples of people who succesfully configured Influxdb/grafana to work together with Fibaro. All with the goal to have improved logging of historic state changes of HC2. One of the solutions are provided by @bpannier, see github https://github.com/bpannier/Home-Center-2/tree/master/Device Dashboard. In all solutions I found I see that a scene is used to push data from HC2 into the influxdb. Influxdb also comes with chronograf, I guess this is a new feature. Chronograf seems an additional package that should make it easier (no CLI) to manage databases and visualization. I found a section about Fibaro in the default chronograf config file , see screenshot. So it seems that chronograf can pull information from Fibaro HC2 instead of HC2 pushing information to the database. Does anyone have experience with this / know how to configure this properly to make this work? I get an error 401 (no access) instead of 200 (success). If I test the fibaro API I can see data in browser even without using username/credentials (See screenshot) It also seems that Chronograf is limited in what it can pull from Fibaro. state changes of devices seems possible, globals seems not possible or at least I couldnt find it. Next to Fibaro I run Domoticz to read out my p1 port of "slimme meter". Domoticz has a build in function to push data to Influxdb. I now wonder; > should I use Chronograf (it seems a handy tool) > should I push data from HC2/Domoticz to Influx or should I (potentially Partially) pull data from Chronograf? > Is it possible (and smart) to mix push and pull strategy? > does anybody have experience / instructions how to configure this all? (I have the influxdb/grafana/chronograf as default config running on a Docker on my Synology NAS). Thanks! Regards, Jules