Just started to work with Influxdb 2.0 in combination with node.js.
Written data from node to influxdb by means of the influxdb node client.
I would like to understand the following and I have not been able to find anything in documentation.
So after writing a point to the database where I set the time value on the point that I write to the DB I see a result that I would not expect.
In the data explorer there are 3 time stamps. start, stop and time. The “stop” timestamp has the value provided on the data point written via the node.js client. The other are defaulted to 1970 etc.
Are there alway three timestamps on each data point by default?
If so I don’t understand why time on the db side was not set to the value provided in the code (.timestamp) on the node.js side.
Thanks for your help to increase my level of understanding.