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Description

A Grafana backend plugin that handles rendering of panels & dashboards to PNGs using headless browser (Chromium/Chrome)

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A Grafana backend plugin that handles rendering panels and dashboards to PNGs using a headless browser (Chromium).

Requirements

Supported operating systems

  • Linux (x64)
  • Windows (x64)
  • Mac OS X (x64)

Dependencies

This plugin is packaged in a single executable with Node.js runtime and Chromium browser. This means that you don't need to have Node.js and Chromium installed in your system for the plugin to function.

However, Chromium browser depends on certain libraries and if you don't have all of those libraries installed in your system you may encounter errors when trying to render an image. For further details and troubleshooting help, please refer to Grafana Image Rendering documentation.

Installation

Using grafana-cli

NOTE: Installing this plugin using grafana-cli is supported from Grafana v6.4.

grafana-cli plugins install grafana-image-renderer

Install in Grafana Docker image

This plugin is not compatible with the current Grafana Docker image without installing further system-level dependencies. We recommend setting up another Docker container for rendering and using remote rendering, see Remote Rendering Using Docker for reference.

If you still want to install the plugin in the Grafana docker image we provide instructions for how to build a custom Grafana image, see Grafana Docker documentation for further instructions.

Configuration

For available configuration settings, please refer to Grafana Image Rendering documentation.

Remote Rendering Using Docker

Instead of installing and running the image renderer as a plugin, you can run it as a remote image rendering service using Docker. Read more about remote rendering using Docker.

Troubleshooting

For troubleshooting help, please refer to Grafana Image Rendering documentation.

Additional information

See docs.

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