Installing CSV on Grafana Cloud:
Installing plugins on a Grafana Cloud instance is a one-click install; same with updates. Cool, right?
Note that it could take up to 1 minute to see the plugin show up in your Grafana.
For more information, visit the docs on plugin installation.
Installing on a local Grafana:
For local instances, plugins are installed and updated via a simple CLI command. Plugins are not updated automatically, however you will be notified when updates are available right within your Grafana.
1. Install the Data Source
Use the grafana-cli tool to install CSV from the commandline:
grafana-cli plugins install
The plugin will be installed into your grafana plugins directory; the default is /var/lib/grafana/plugins. More information on the cli tool.
Alternatively, you can manually download the .zip file for your architecture below and unpack it into your grafana plugins directory.
Alternatively, you can manually download the .zip file and unpack it into your grafana plugins directory.
2. Configure the Data Source
Accessed from the Grafana main menu, newly installed data sources can be added immediately within the Data Sources section.
Next, click the Add data source button in the upper right. The data source will be available for selection in the Type select box.
To see a list of installed data sources, click the Plugins item in the main menu. Both core data sources and installed data sources will appear.
- allow_local_mode accepts any value
Disable local mode by default. To use local mode, allow it in your grafana.ini:
[plugin.marcusolsson-csv-datasource] allow_local_mode = true
- Improved query editor with support for HTTP params, headers, and body.
- Add support for relative paths (#69)
- Add support for decimal separators (#43)
- EXPERIMENTAL: Add support for regular expressions in field names (#68). Must be enabled in the Experimental tab in the query editor.
- BREAKING: Remove default Accept header (#56). If your data source expects
Accept: text/csvon the request, you now need to add it yourself in the Params tab.
- Wrong data format is detected
- Add support for annotation queries
- Add support for variables queries (#30)
- Upgrade @grafana/* packages
- Upgrade Grafana Go SDK
- Default to HTTP if no storage type has been set
- Allow lazy quotes (#17)
- Update grafana-plugin-sdk-go to v0.83.0
- Ignore empty custom HTTP headers
- Fix duplicate JSON tag for TLS skip verify
- Add ARM support (#13)
- Windows: Paths with backslashes don't work (#14)
- Add support for local CSV files (#6)
- Add a default Accept header for text/csv
Initial release. Not fit for production use.