The * is not a wildcard that can be applied to the Item names. It is used for <groupName>*
You should create/define/use a Group, assign all Items that you would like to persist their states to that Group and then persist the Group members.
everyHour : "0 0 * * * ?"
everyDay : "0 0 0 * * ?"
default = everyChange
// persist all members of gInfluxDB Group on: everyChange, everyHour, everyDay
gInfluxDB* : strategy = everyChange, everyHour, everyDay
In your items:
itemtype itemname "labeltext [stateformat]" <iconname> (gInfluxDB) [...]
It seems that you have also installed in parallel the MysqlPersistenceService.
If you are not using it, uninstall it from PaperUI (Add-ons->Persistence)
You can have of course multiple Persistence Services running.
Is this because I am using a reverse proxy? How can I get the Webview elements to load outside my LAN? Note that, even inside my LAN, using my FQDN to connect to OpenHAB does not load the Webview. This points to something wrong with the reverse proxy, I guess? How can I get this working?
If I inspect the source of the BasicUI frame that is supposed to contain the Webview, these lines stick out to me:
Does the Webview simply “pass on” the link to the html file, without loading any of the resources that html file calls on? (Please excuse my imprecise terminology).
If the Webview is just passing a link to the html file, I can’t see how anyone has gotten this working without putting a FQDN in their Webview, and then exposing Grafana to the internet as well (and then changing the URLs in their html files to contain FQDNs as well).
Has anyone gotten the Webview working with their Openhab behind a reverse proxy?