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Version 5.2.0-beta1 June 4, 2018

What's New In Grafana 5.2.0-beta1Release Notes
Ubuntu & Debian(ARM64)SHA256: a8a3e856013566d88ece1bd403fc8fa91e6c153c38189dc7fb20bced1888543f
Ubuntu & Debian(ARMv7)SHA256: 305b0833556a85d81506d452554fd8ae90b04f715583611c7837a4052e8457a7
Standalone Linux Binaries(ARM64)SHA256: edbc735aba923222f269f953bf3c3a43c925e5ebea01f7241695c27ef52a520c
Standalone Linux Binaries(ARMv7)SHA256: 2b368def995219bd00b4193014711d98edc780013b85ff7f791928cb7a4173e5
Redhat & Centos(ARM64)SHA256: 5db09d1a3821e418703d36122ceaf1d02e8b237b0692797aa8f689492246c0e8
Redhat & Centos(ARMv7)SHA256: 329673aa5348ca53348a164ba2e9d789acd691c4e38560f4bd202da67e94a5f9

Choose your Configuration Options

The Grafana backend has a number of configuration options defined in its config file (usually located at /etc/grafana/grafana.ini on linux systems).

In this config file you can change things like the default admin password, http port, grafana database (sqlite3, mysql, postgres), authentication options (google, github, ldap, auth proxy) along with many other options.

Start your grafana server. Login with your admin user (default admin/admin). Open side menu (click the Grafana icon in top menu) head to Data Sources and add your data source.

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