With grafana tempo i am able to generate traces , Our next big block is how we can maintain the retention peroid with the default config the traces are wiping out within some hours How can i keep them for atleast 30 days ?
We have investigated grafana documents but that doesn’t helping us
We need help here with configurations
Below is my current tempo config file
server: http_listen_port: 3200 distributor: receivers: # this configuration will listen on all ports and protocols that tempo is capable of. jaeger: # the receives all come from the OpenTelemetry collector. more configuration information can protocols: # be found there: https://github.com/open-telemetry/opentelemetry-collector/tree/main/receiver thrift_http: # grpc: # for a production deployment you should only enable the receivers you need! thrift_binary: thrift_compact: zipkin: otlp: protocols: http: grpc: opencensus: ingester: max_block_duration: 5m # cut the headblock when this much time passes. this is being set for demo purposes and should probably be left alone normally compactor: compaction: # overall Tempo trace retention. set for demo purposes metrics_generator: registry: external_labels: source: tempo cluster: docker-compose storage: path: /tmp/tempo/generator/wal remote_write: - url: http://prometheus:9090/api/v1/write send_exemplars: true storage: trace: backend: s3 # backend configuration to use wal: path: /tmp/tempo/wal # where to store the the wal locally s3: bucket: tempo-grafana # how to store data in s3 endpoint: s3-ap-south-1.amazonaws.com insecure: true overrides: metrics_generator_processors: [service-graphs, span-metrics] # enables metrics generator