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A easy to use line format converter for influxdb.

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Description

pytelegraf_exec is used to create telegraf line text which and be passed in to the telegraf exec plugin.

Usage

import pytelegraf_exec

# Create a new tracker
out = pytelegraf_exec.TelegrafExec(“test”)

# Add your tags that you want. Can be called multiple times
out.add_tags({“t1”:”t1”, “t2”:”t2”})

# Add your values that you want. Can be called multiple times
out.add_values({“v1”:”1”, “v2”:”v2”})

text = out.output()
# You will get a returned line like so
# ‘test,t2=t2,t1=t1 v1=1,v2=v2’
# Or print directly

out.print_output()
# You will get something like this in stdout.
# “test,t2=t2,t1=t1 v1=1,v2=v2n”

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