How to access internal Grafana to search application logs?

I was trying to follow the steps described here to access Qovery installed Grafana and search my logs but it seems it’s no longer possible or the steps have changed. I get the following error:

namespaces “prometheus” not found


You can get it with
kubectl port-forward --namespace prometheus svc/grafana 8080:80
(be sure you target the correct cluster with your kubeconfig)

connect with your browser on localhost:8080 and the login is admin and password qovery-only

If you are using an EC2 instance (not a managed EKS) grafana is not available/installed.

This is producing error:

Error from server (NotFound): namespaces “prometheus” not found

Would you mind giving me the cluster uuid of the cluster ?

It’s cluster b7b471a2-bf49-4dcd-9dc0-bd30792290bd

You have it installed now.
Sorry for the back and forth, I was not aware that we don’t install it anymore by default.

If you need it on another cluster, feel free to ping us.

Thanks @Erebe. We’re considering moving from Datadog to Grafana Cloud to reduce costs. Is it possible to expose the existing Loki instance so we don’t have to duplicate our logs?

Hello @prki,

Sadly, no, because we don’t have any authentication/authorization in place to secure the access of loki. For now it is only accessible internally to the cluster without restriction.