In this guide, we will show you how to install Grafana on Fedora 36
Grafana is a multi-platformopen source analytics and interactive visualization web application. It provides charts, graphs, and alerts for the web when connected to supported data sources.
A licensed Grafana Enterprise version with additional capabilities is also available as a self-hosted installation or an account on the Grafana Labs cloud service. It is expandable through a plug-in system.
End users can create complex monitoring dashboards using interactive query builders. Grafana is divided into a front end and back end, written in TypeScript and Go, respectively.
Installation of Grafana on Fedora 36
Just follow the steps below to get start with Grafana
- Update your system packages as follows:
sudo dnf upgrade -y && sudo dnf update -y
- Grafana is available on Fedora 36 base repository. So run the below command to install it.
sudo dnf install grafana -y
- Enable and start Grafana server by running the following command:
sudo systemctl enable grafana-server sudo systemctl start grafana-server
- Check status of Grafana after enabling and starting it
sudo systemctl status grafana-server
- Next step is to allow port 3000 in firewall to access the Dashboard of Grafana
sudo firewall-cmd --add-port=3000/tcp --permanent sudo firewall-cmd --reload
- Go to you favorite browser then type: http://localhost:3000 as shown below in the screenshot.
- You will be asked to login, so login with the admin default credentials:
- Also Grafana will oblige you to reset your password as follows:
- After that you will be directed to the Grafana’s Dashboard as shown below
In this tutorial, we showed you how to install Grafana server on Fedora 36.