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AdministrationStats and license

View server statistics and license

This setting contains information about tools that Grafana Server Admins can use to learn more about their Grafana servers.

View Grafana server settings

Refer to Role-based access control in Grafana Enterprise to understand how you can control access with RBAC permissions.

If you are a Grafana server administrator, use the Settings tab to view the settings that are applied to your Grafana server via the Configuration file and any environmental variables.

Note: Only Grafana server administrators can access the Server Admin menu. For more information about about administrative permissions, refer to Roles and permissions.

View server settings

  1. Log in to your Grafana server with an account that has the Grafana Admin flag set.
  2. Hover your cursor over the Server Admin (shield) icon in the side menu and then click the Settings tab.

Available settings

For a full list of server settings, refer to Configuration.

View Grafana server stats

Refer to Role-based access control in Grafana Enterprise to understand how you can control access with RBAC permissions.

If you are a Grafana server admin, then you can view useful statistics about your Grafana server in the Stats & Licensing tab.

Note: Only Grafana server administrators can access the Server Admin menu. For more information about about administrative permissions, refer to Roles and permissions.

View server stats

  1. Log in to your Grafana server with an account that has the Grafana Admin flag set.
  2. Hover your cursor over the Server Admin (shield) icon in the side menu and then click the Stats & Licensing tab.

Available stats

The following statistics are displayed in the Stats tab:

  • Total users Note: Total users = Total admins + Total editors + Total viewers
  • Total admins
  • Total editors
  • Total viewers
  • Active users (seen last 30 days) Note: Active users = Active admins + Active editors + Active viewers
  • Active admins (seen last 30 days)
  • Active editors (seen last 30 days)
  • Active viewers (seen last 30 days)
  • Active sessions
  • Total dashboards
  • Total orgs
  • Total playlists
  • Total snapshots
  • Total dashboard tags
  • Total starred dashboards
  • Total alerts

Counting users

If a user belongs to several organizations, then that user is counted once as a user in the highest organization role they are assigned, regardless of how many organizations the user belongs to.

For example, if Sofia is a Viewer in two organizations, an Editor in two organizations, and Admin in three organizations, then she would be reflected in the stats as:

  • Total users 1
  • Total admins 1