Is there any way to fetch data quickly from InfluxDB V2 using a Flux script?

Flux script:
from(bucket:“myBucket”) |> range(start: 2024-05-01T00:00:00-07:00, stop: 2024-05-23T23:51:19-07:00) |> filter(fn: (r) => r._measurement == “data” and r._field == “Value” and (r.DeviceMetricId == “00001”)) |> aggregateWindow(every: 1h, fn: mean, createEmpty: false, timeSrc: “_start”) |> group(columns: [“_time”]) |> mean() |> keep(columns: [“_time”, “_value”])

Query execution method

import { InfluxDB, QueryApi } from ‘@influxdata/influxdb-client’;

async queryData(fluxQuery: string): Promise {
try {

  const result = await this.queryApi.collectRows(fluxQuery);
  return result;
} catch (error) {
  throw Error(error);


Notes : I have accessed the production InfluxDB from my local API. It takes more than 1 second to execute the query. I am using Node.js for the API

@Robin_Durairaj Are you looking for sub-second response time? How many rows are returned by the query? There is likely latency in the JS client as it reads are parses all the rows returned from the query.