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The Logz.io plugin has been deprecated and is no longer maintained.

Logz.io

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Logz.io data source for Grafana

This plugin is a copy of the Elasticsearch datasource with custom headers.

At the time of release, custom headers for http datasources have not been merged to the Grafana project. This is a temporary solution until the custom headers are pulled into Grafana.

Before you start

To complete this procedure, you'll need:

  • Write access to your Grafana server
  • Logz.io API access
To configure Logz.io as a Grafana data source
  1. Fork or clone the grafana-logzio-datasource repository from GitHub.

  2. Copy grafana-logzio-datasource/dist/ to the Grafana server at var/lib/grafana/plugins/<folder_name>/. It doesn't matter what you name <folder_name>.

  3. Restart Grafana.

  4. In Grafana, open your Configuration, and click Add data source.

  5. Enter these settings:

SectionField nameValue
NameCustom data source name (This is the Data Source you'll use for your Grafana graphs.)
TypeLogz.io
HTTPURLhttps://api.logz.io/v1/elasticsearch (US Accounts) or https://api-eu.logz.io/v1/elasticsearch (EU Accounts)
Custom HeadersKeyX-API-TOKEN
ValueYour Logz.io API token
Elasticsearch detailsIndex nameCustom name
Time field name@timestamp

When you're done, click Save & Test. If the test passes, you can now use Logz.io as a data source.

To use Logz.io as a data source, select a Logz.io source from the Data Source list in any Grafana graph. (This is the Custom data source name that you set in step 5.)

For more information, visit the docs on plugin installation.