A server that subscribes to many MQTT streams (or applications) on the TTN network and saves the (sensor) data into a MySQL or InfluxDB database. If enabled, it can redirect the sensor data to another HTTP API, example included.
Supports hot reloading. When an app was added or removed from the database, the service will subscribe to or unsubscribe from this MQTT stream.
It's only tested with Python 3. Could work on Python 2, but I don't know :)
- Install MySQL/MariaDB and/or InfluxDB, according to the docs of these services.
- For MySQL: Run the 'CREATE TABLE' commands in schema/database.sql
- For InfluxDB: Just install and create a database. Credentials and database name can be set in config.py.
- Edit the config and insert your database credentials
Create a virtual environment, enter it and install all dependencies:
virtualenv <custom-path-to-virtual-env> source <custom-path-to-virtual-env>/bin/activate
Install all dependencies:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Run the server:
...or create a systemd service for a more stable service.