If your license has expired most of Grafana keeps working as normal. Some enterprise functionality stops or runs with reduced functionality and Grafana displays a banner informing the users that Grafana is running on an expired license. Your Grafana admin needs to upload a new license file to restore full functionality.
Replace your license as soon as possible. Running Grafana Enterprise with an expired license is unsupported and can lead to unexpected consequences.
Replacing your license
Locate your current
license.jwtfile. In a standard installation it is stored inside Grafana’s data directory, which on a typical Linux installation is in
/var/lib/grafana/data. This location might be overridden in the ini file Configuration
[enterprise] license_path = /path/to/your/license.jwt
The configuration file’s location may also be overridden by the
Log in to your Grafana.com user and make sure you’re in the correct organization in the dropdown at the top of the page.
Under the Grafana Enterprise section in the menu bar to the left, choose licenses and download the currently valid license with which you want to run Grafana. If you cannot see a valid license on Grafana.com, please contact your account manager at Grafana Labs to renew your subscription.
Replace the current
license.jwt-file with the one you’ve just downloaded.
Data source permissions
Your current data source permissions will keep working as expected, but you’ll be unable to add new data source permissions until the license has been renewed.
- You’re unable to configure new reports or generate previews.
- Scheduled reports are not generated or sent.
SAML is not affected by an expired license.
- LDAP synchronization is not affected by an expired license.
- Enhanced LDAP debugging is unavailable.
Enterprise plugins might stop working.
The white labeling feature is turned off, meaning that any white labeling options will not have any effect.