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Version 5.3.4 November 13, 2018

What's New In Grafana 5.3.4Release Notes
Ubuntu & Debian(64 Bit)SHA256: 1f1f38c9827c48ce603a59a283607955c5e0e96951ce0d67ed02edf7581a0a93
sudo dpkg -i grafana_5.3.4_amd64.deb

Read the Ubuntu & Debian installation guide for more info. We also provide an APT package repository.

Standalone Linux Binaries(64 Bit)SHA256: 3bab82abf0b7abd2829e9f4f81296708755f752e88bda472a5c8406dad6d5619
tar -zxvf grafana-5.3.4.linux-amd64.tar.gz
Redhat & Centos(64 Bit)SHA256: 375e85339782cee09066267e3a6cd279d5ff71ce6c90a4ebcb9bd1c91de1d5c0
sudo yum localinstall grafana-5.3.4-1.x86_64.rpm

Read the Centos / Redhat installation guide for more info. We also provide a YUM package repository.

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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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