Installed plugin not found in config.ini

  • What Grafana version and what operating system are you using?
    latest version 10.4

  • What are you trying to achieve?

I want to activate local mode in recently installed csv plugin configuration in config.ini file

  • How are you trying to achieve it?
    /etc/grafana/grafana.ini and looking for plugin name

  • What happened?
    plugin not found

  • What did you expect to happen?

  • Can you copy/paste the configuration(s) that you are having problems with?
    plugin csv : ```
    marcusolsson-csv-datasource

* Did you receive any errors in the Grafana UI or in related logs? If so, please tell us **exactly** what they were.
no errors , plugin correctly installed 
* Did you follow any online instructions? If so, what is the URL?

any ideas on the issue i’m facing?

doing plugins ls shows the installed plugins and i can see that csv plugin is among the installed plugins. Any ideas why i can’t find the same plugin in grafana.ini file ??

Plugins are not installed via grafana.ini, so it’s correct that you didn’t find it. Plugins are installed into folder and Grafana scans that folder automatically and then load available plugins.

@jangaraj
thanks for your reply. I need to set local mode of the csv plugin to true in order to upload csv files directly from my file system. The documentation of the plugin says that in order to change settings of the plugin you need to access grafana configuration file (/etc/grafana/grafana.ini according to this : Configure Grafana | Grafana documentation) and do needed change. Link of plugin documentation: Configuration | CSV for Grafana

@jangaraj
Here is the content of config.ini file : you can see that it does not contain the csv plugin

;token_url = https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token
;api_url = https://openidconnect.googleapis.com/v1/userinfo
;signout_redirect_url =
;allowed_domains =
;validate_hd =
;hosted_domain =
;allowed_groups =
;role_attribute_path =
;role_attribute_strict = false
;allow_assign_grafana_admin = false
;skip_org_role_sync = false
;use_pkce = true

#################################### Grafana.com Auth ####################
[auth.grafana_com]
;name = Grafana.com
;icon = grafana
;enabled = false
;allow_sign_up = true
;auto_login = false
;client_id = some_id
;client_secret = some_secret
;scopes = user:email
;allowed_organizations =
;skip_org_role_sync = false

#################################### Azure AD OAuth #######################
[auth.azuread]
;name = Microsoft
;icon = microsoft
;enabled = false
;allow_sign_up = true
;auto_login = false
;client_id = some_client_id
;client_secret = some_client_secret
;scopes = openid email profile
;auth_url = https://login.microsoftonline.com/<tenant-id>/oauth2/v2.0/authorize
;token_url = https://login.microsoftonline.com/<tenant-id>/oauth2/v2.0/token
;signout_redirect_url =
;allowed_domains =
;allowed_groups =
;allowed_organizations =
;role_attribute_strict = false
;allow_assign_grafana_admin = false
;use_pkce = true
# prevent synchronizing users organization roles
;skip_org_role_sync = false

#################################### Okta OAuth #######################
[auth.okta]
;name = Okta
;enabled = false
;allow_sign_up = true
;auto_login = false
;client_id = some_id
;client_secret = some_secret
;scopes = openid profile email groups
;auth_url = https://<tenant-id>.okta.com/oauth2/v1/authorize
;token_url = https://<tenant-id>.okta.com/oauth2/v1/token
;api_url = https://<tenant-id>.okta.com/oauth2/v1/userinfo
;signout_redirect_url =
;allowed_domains =
;allowed_groups =
;role_attribute_path =
;role_attribute_strict = false
;allow_assign_grafana_admin = false
;skip_org_role_sync = false
;use_pkce = true

#################################### Generic OAuth ##########################
[auth.generic_oauth]
;enabled = false
;name = OAuth
;allow_sign_up = true
;auto_login = false
;client_id = some_id
;client_secret = some_secret
;scopes = user:email,read:org
;empty_scopes = false
;email_attribute_name = email:primary
;email_attribute_path =
;login_attribute_path =
;name_attribute_path =
;id_token_attribute_name =
;auth_url = https://foo.bar/login/oauth/authorize
;token_url = https://foo.bar/login/oauth/access_token
;api_url = https://foo.bar/user
;signout_redirect_url =
;teams_url =
;allowed_domains =
;team_ids =
;allowed_organizations =
;role_attribute_path =
;role_attribute_strict = false
;groups_attribute_path =
;team_ids_attribute_path =
;tls_skip_verify_insecure = false
;tls_client_cert =
;tls_client_key =
;tls_client_ca =
;use_pkce = false
;auth_style =
;allow_assign_grafana_admin = false

#################################### Basic Auth ##########################
[auth.basic]
;enabled = true
;password_policy = false

#################################### Auth Proxy ##########################
[auth.proxy]
;enabled = false
;header_name = X-WEBAUTH-USER
;header_property = username
;auto_sign_up = true
;sync_ttl = 60
;whitelist = 192.168.1.1, 192.168.2.1
;headers = Email:X-User-Email, Name:X-User-Name
# Non-ASCII strings in header values are encoded using quoted-printable encoding
;headers_encoded = false
# Read the auth proxy docs for details on what the setting below enables
;enable_login_token = false

#################################### Auth JWT ##########################
[auth.jwt]
;enabled = true
;header_name = X-JWT-Assertion
;email_claim = sub
;username_claim = sub
;jwk_set_url = https://foo.bar/.well-known/jwks.json
;jwk_set_file = /path/to/jwks.json
;cache_ttl = 60m
;expect_claims = {"aud": ["foo", "bar"]}
;key_file = /path/to/key/file
# Use in conjunction with key_file in case the JWT token's header specifies a key ID in "kid" field
;key_id = some-key-id
;role_attribute_path =
;groups_attribute_path =
;role_attribute_strict = false
;auto_sign_up = false
;url_login = false
;allow_assign_grafana_admin = false

#################################### Auth LDAP ##########################
[auth.ldap]
;enabled = false
;config_file = /etc/grafana/ldap.toml
;allow_sign_up = true
# prevent synchronizing ldap users organization roles
;skip_org_role_sync = false

# LDAP background sync (Enterprise only)
# At 1 am every day
;sync_cron = "0 1 * * *"
;active_sync_enabled = true

#################################### AWS ###########################
[aws]
# Enter a comma-separated list of allowed AWS authentication providers.
# Options are: default (AWS SDK Default), keys (Access && secret key), credentials (Credentials field), ec2_iam_role (EC2 IAM Role)
; allowed_auth_providers = default,keys,credentials

# Allow AWS users to assume a role using temporary security credentials.
# If true, assume role will be enabled for all AWS authentication providers that are specified in aws_auth_providers
; assume_role_enabled = true

# Specify max no of pages to be returned by the ListMetricPages API
; list_metrics_page_limit = 500

# Experimental, for use in Grafana Cloud only. Please do not set.
; external_id =

# Sets the expiry duration of an assumed role.
# This setting should be expressed as a duration. Examples: 6h (hours), 10d (days), 2w (weeks), 1M (month).
; session_duration = "15m"

# Set the plugins that will receive AWS settings for each request (via plugin context)
# By default this will include all Grafana Labs owned AWS plugins, or those that make use of AWS settings (ElasticSearch, Prometheus).
; forward_settings_to_plugins = cloudwatch, grafana-athena-datasource, grafana-redshift-datasource, grafana-x-ray-datasource, grafana-timestream-datasource, grafana-iot-sitewise-datasource, grafana-iot-twinmaker-app, grafana-opensearch-datasource, aws-datasource-provisioner, elasticsearch, prometheus

#################################### Azure ###############################
[azure]
# Azure cloud environment where Grafana is hosted
# Possible values are AzureCloud, AzureChinaCloud, AzureUSGovernment and AzureGermanCloud
# Default value is AzureCloud (i.e. public cloud)
;cloud = AzureCloud

# Specifies whether Grafana hosted in Azure service with Managed Identity configured (e.g. Azure Virtual Machines instance)
# If enabled, the managed identity can be used for authentication of Grafana in Azure services
# Disabled by default, needs to be explicitly enabled
;managed_identity_enabled = false

# Client ID to use for user-assigned managed identity
# Should be set for user-assigned identity and should be empty for system-assigned identity
;managed_identity_client_id =

# Specifies whether Azure AD Workload Identity authentication should be enabled in datasources that support it
# For more documentation on Azure AD Workload Identity, review this documentation:
# https://azure.github.io/azure-workload-identity/docs/
# Disabled by default, needs to be explicitly enabled
;workload_identity_enabled = false

# Tenant ID of the Azure AD Workload Identity
# Allows to override default tenant ID of the Azure AD identity associated with the Kubernetes service account
;workload_identity_tenant_id =

# Client ID of the Azure AD Workload Identity
# Allows to override default client ID of the Azure AD identity associated with the Kubernetes service account
;workload_identity_client_id =

# Custom path to token file for the Azure AD Workload Identity
# Allows to set a custom path to the projected service account token file
;workload_identity_token_file =

# Specifies whether user identity authentication (on behalf of currently signed-in user) should be enabled in datasources
# that support it (requires AAD authentication)
# Disabled by default, needs to be explicitly enabled
;user_identity_enabled = false

# Override token URL for Azure Active Directory
# By default is the same as token URL configured for AAD authentication settings
;user_identity_token_url =

# Override ADD application ID which would be used to exchange users token to an access token for the datasource
# By default is the same as used in AAD authentication or can be set to another application (for OBO flow)
;user_identity_client_id =

# Override the AAD application client secret
# By default is the same as used in AAD authentication or can be set to another application (for OBO flow)
;user_identity_client_secret =

# Set the plugins that will receive Azure settings for each request (via plugin context)
# By default this will include all Grafana Labs owned Azure plugins, or those that make use of Azure settings (Azure Monitor, Azure Data Explorer, Prometheus, MSSQL).
;forward_settings_to_plugins = grafana-azure-monitor-datasource, prometheus, grafana-azure-data-explorer-datasource, mssql

#################################### Role-based Access Control ###########
[rbac]
;permission_cache = true

# Reset basic roles permissions on boot
# Warning left to true, basic roles permissions will be reset on every boot
#reset_basic_roles = false

# Validate permissions' action and scope on role creation and update
; permission_validation_enabled = true

#################################### SMTP / Emailing ##########################
[smtp]
;enabled = false
;host = localhost:25
;user =
# If the password contains # or ; you have to wrap it with triple quotes. Ex """#password;"""
;password =
;cert_file =
;key_file =
;skip_verify = false
;from_address = admin@grafana.localhost
;from_name = Grafana
# EHLO identity in SMTP dialog (defaults to instance_name)
;ehlo_identity = dashboard.example.com
# SMTP startTLS policy (defaults to 'OpportunisticStartTLS')
;startTLS_policy = NoStartTLS
# Enable trace propagation in e-mail headers, using the 'traceparent', 'tracestate' and (optionally) 'baggage' fields (defaults to false)
;enable_tracing = false

[smtp.static_headers]
# Include custom static headers in all outgoing emails
;Foo-Header = bar
;Foo = bar

[emails]
;welcome_email_on_sign_up = false
;templates_pattern = emails/*.html, emails/*.txt
;content_types = text/html

#################################### Logging ##########################
[log]
# Either "console", "file", "syslog". Default is console and  file
# Use space to separate multiple modes, e.g. "console file"
;mode = console file

# Either "debug", "info", "warn", "error", "critical", default is "info"
;level = info

# optional settings to set different levels for specific loggers. Ex filters = sqlstore:debug
;filters =

# Set the default error message shown to users. This message is displayed instead of sensitive backend errors which should be obfuscated. Default is the same as the sample value.
;user_facing_default_error = "please inspect Grafana server log for details"

# For "console" mode only
[log.console]
;level =

# log line format, valid options are text, console and json
;format = console

# For "file" mode only
[log.file]
;level =

# log line format, valid options are text, console and json
;format = text

# This enables automated log rotate(switch of following options), default is true
;log_rotate = true

# Max line number of single file, default is 1000000
;max_lines = 1000000

# Max size shift of single file, default is 28 means 1 << 28, 256MB
;max_size_shift = 28

# Segment log daily, default is true
;daily_rotate = true

# Expired days of log file(delete after max days), default is 7
;max_days = 7

[log.syslog]
;level =

# log line format, valid options are text, console and json
;format = text

# Syslog network type and address. This can be udp, tcp, or unix. If left blank, the default unix endpoints will be used.
;network =
;address =

# Syslog facility. user, daemon and local0 through local7 are valid.
;facility =

# Syslog tag. By default, the process' argv[0] is used.
;tag =

[log.frontend]
# Should Faro javascript agent be initialized
;enabled = false

# Custom HTTP endpoint to send events to. Default will log the events to stdout.
;custom_endpoint = /log-grafana-javascript-agent

# Requests per second limit enforced an extended period, for Grafana backend log ingestion endpoint (/log).
;log_endpoint_requests_per_second_limit = 3

# Max requests accepted per short interval of time for Grafana backend log ingestion endpoint (/log).
;log_endpoint_burst_limit = 15

# Should error instrumentation be enabled, only affects Grafana Javascript Agent
;instrumentations_errors_enabled = true

# Should console instrumentation be enabled, only affects Grafana Javascript Agent
;instrumentations_console_enabled = false

# Should webvitals instrumentation be enabled, only affects Grafana Javascript Agent
;instrumentations_webvitals_enabled = false

# Api Key, only applies to Grafana Javascript Agent provider
;api_key = testApiKey

#################################### Usage Quotas ########################
[quota]
; enabled = false

#### set quotas to -1 to make unlimited. ####
# limit number of users per Org.
; org_user = 10

# limit number of dashboards per Org.
; org_dashboard = 100

# limit number of data_sources per Org.
; org_data_source = 10

# limit number of api_keys per Org.
; org_api_key = 10

# limit number of alerts per Org.
;org_alert_rule = 100

# limit number of orgs a user can create.
; user_org = 10

# Global limit of users.
; global_user = -1

# global limit of orgs.
; global_org = -1

# global limit of dashboards
; global_dashboard = -1

# global limit of api_keys
; global_api_key = -1

# global limit on number of logged in users.
; global_session = -1

# global limit of alerts
;global_alert_rule = -1

# global limit of correlations
; global_correlations = -1

# Limit of the number of alert rules per rule group.
# This is not strictly enforced yet, but will be enforced over time.
;alerting_rule_group_rules = 100

#################################### Unified Alerting ####################
[unified_alerting]
#Enable the Unified Alerting sub-system and interface. When enabled we'll migrate all of your alert rules and notification channels to the new system. New alert rules will be created and your notification channels will be converted into an Alertmanager configuration. Previous data is preserved to enable backwards compatibility but new data is removed.```
;enabled = true

# Comma-separated list of organization IDs for which to disable unified alerting. Only supported if unified alerting is enabled.
;disabled_orgs =

# Specify the frequency of polling for admin config changes.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;admin_config_poll_interval = 60s

# Specify the frequency of polling for Alertmanager config changes.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;alertmanager_config_poll_interval = 60s

# The redis server address that should be connected to.
;ha_redis_address =

# The username that should be used to authenticate with the redis server.
;ha_redis_username =

# The password that should be used to authenticate with the redis server.
;ha_redis_password =

# The redis database, by default it's 0.
;ha_redis_db =

# A prefix that is used for every key or channel that is created on the redis server
# as part of HA for alerting.
;ha_redis_prefix =

# The name of the cluster peer that will be used as identifier. If none is
# provided, a random one will be generated.
;ha_redis_peer_name =

# Listen address/hostname and port to receive unified alerting messages for other Grafana instances. The port is used for both TCP and UDP. It is assumed other Grafana instances are also running on the same port. The default value is `0.0.0.0:9094`.
;ha_listen_address = "0.0.0.0:9094"

# Listen address/hostname and port to receive unified alerting messages for other Grafana instances. The port is used for both TCP and UDP. It is assumed other Grafana instances are also running on the same port. The default value is `0.0.0.0:9094`.
;ha_advertise_address = ""

# Comma-separated list of initial instances (in a format of host:port) that will form the HA cluster. Configuring this setting will enable High Availability mode for alerting.
;ha_peers = ""

# Time to wait for an instance to send a notification via the Alertmanager. In HA, each Grafana instance will
# be assigned a position (e.g. 0, 1). We then multiply this position with the timeout to indicate how long should
# each instance wait before sending the notification to take into account replication lag.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;ha_peer_timeout = "15s"

# The label is an optional string to include on each packet and stream.
# It uniquely identifies the cluster and prevents cross-communication
# issues when sending gossip messages in an enviromenet with multiple clusters.
;ha_label =

# The interval between sending gossip messages. By lowering this value (more frequent) gossip messages are propagated
# across cluster more quickly at the expense of increased bandwidth usage.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;ha_gossip_interval = "200ms"

# The interval between gossip full state syncs. Setting this interval lower (more frequent) will increase convergence speeds
# across larger clusters at the expense of increased bandwidth usage.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;ha_push_pull_interval = "60s"

# Enable or disable alerting rule execution. The alerting UI remains visible. This option has a legacy version in the `[alerting]` section that takes precedence.
;execute_alerts = true

# Alert evaluation timeout when fetching data from the datasource. This option has a legacy version in the `[alerting]` section that takes precedence.
# The timeout string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;evaluation_timeout = 30s

# Number of times we'll attempt to evaluate an alert rule before giving up on that evaluation. The default value is 1.
;max_attempts = 1

# Minimum interval to enforce between rule evaluations. Rules will be adjusted if they are less than this value  or if they are not multiple of the scheduler interval (10s). Higher values can help with resource management as we'll schedule fewer evaluations over time. This option has a legacy version in the `[alerting]` section that takes precedence.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;min_interval = 10s

# This is an experimental option to add parallelization to saving alert states in the database.
# It configures the maximum number of concurrent queries per rule evaluated. The default value is 1
# (concurrent queries per rule disabled).
;max_state_save_concurrency = 1

# If the feature flag 'alertingSaveStatePeriodic' is enabled, this is the interval that is used to persist the alerting instances to the database.
# The interval string is a possibly signed sequence of decimal numbers, followed by a unit suffix (ms, s, m, h, d), e.g. 30s or 1m.
;state_periodic_save_interval = 5m

# Disables the smoothing of alert evaluations across their evaluation window.
# Rules will evaluate in sync.
;disable_jitter = false

[unified_alerting.reserved_labels]
# Comma-separated list of reserved labels added by the Grafana Alerting engine that should be disabled.
# For example: `disabled_labels=grafana_folder`
;disabled_labels =

[unified_alerting.state_history]
# Enable the state history functionality in Unified Alerting. The previous states of alert rules will be visible in panels and in the UI.
; enabled = true

# Select which pluggable state history backend to use. Either "annotations", "loki", or "multiple"
# "loki" writes state history to an external Loki instance. "multiple" allows history to be written to multiple backends at once.
# Defaults to "annotations".
; backend = "multiple"

# For "multiple" only.
# Indicates the main backend used to serve state history queries.
# Either "annotations" or "loki"
; primary = "loki"

# For "multiple" only.
# Comma-separated list of additional backends to write state history data to.
; secondaries = "annotations"

# For "loki" only.
# URL of the external Loki instance.
# Either "loki_remote_url", or both of "loki_remote_read_url" and "loki_remote_write_url" is required for the "loki" backend.
; loki_remote_url = "http://loki:3100"

# For "loki" only.
# URL of the external Loki's read path. To be used in configurations where Loki has separated read and write URLs.
# Either "loki_remote_url", or both of "loki_remote_read_url" and "loki_remote_write_url" is required for the "loki" backend.
; loki_remote_read_url = "http://loki-querier:3100"

# For "loki" only.
# URL of the external Loki's write path. To be used in configurations where Loki has separated read and write URLs.
# Either "loki_remote_url", or both of "loki_remote_read_url" and "loki_remote_write_url" is required for the "loki" backend.
; loki_remote_write_url = "http://loki-distributor:3100"

# For "loki" only.
# Optional tenant ID to attach to requests sent to Loki.
; loki_tenant_id = 123

# For "loki" only.
# Optional username for basic authentication on requests sent to Loki. Can be left blank to disable basic auth.
; loki_basic_auth_username = "myuser"

# For "loki" only.
# Optional password for basic authentication on requests sent to Loki. Can be left blank.
; loki_basic_auth_password = "mypass"

[unified_alerting.state_history.external_labels]
# Optional extra labels to attach to outbound state history records or log streams.
# Any number of label key-value-pairs can be provided.
; mylabelkey = mylabelvalue

[unified_alerting.upgrade]
# If set to true when upgrading from legacy alerting to Unified Alerting, grafana will first delete all existing
# Unified Alerting resources, thus re-upgrading all organizations from scratch. If false or unset, organizations that
# have previously upgraded will not lose their existing Unified Alerting data when switching between legacy and
# Unified Alerting. Should be kept false when not needed as it may cause unintended data-loss if left enabled.
;clean_upgrade = false

#################################### Alerting ############################
[alerting]
# Disable legacy alerting engine & UI features
;enabled = false

# Makes it possible to turn off alert execution but alerting UI is visible
;execute_alerts = true

# Default setting for new alert rules. Defaults to categorize error and timeouts as alerting. (alerting, keep_state)
;error_or_timeout = alerting

# Default setting for how Grafana handles nodata or null values in alerting. (alerting, no_data, keep_state, ok)
;nodata_or_nullvalues = no_data

# Alert notifications can include images, but rendering many images at the same time can overload the server
# This limit will protect the server from render overloading and make sure notifications are sent out quickly
;concurrent_render_limit = 5

# Default setting for alert calculation timeout. Default value is 30
;evaluation_timeout_seconds = 30

# Default setting for alert notification timeout. Default value is 30
;notification_timeout_seconds = 30

# Default setting for max attempts to sending alert notifications. Default value is 3
;max_attempts = 3

# Makes it possible to enforce a minimal interval between evaluations, to reduce load on the backend
;min_interval_seconds = 1

# Configures for how long alert annotations are stored. Default is 0, which keeps them forever.
# This setting should be expressed as a duration. Examples: 6h (hours), 10d (days), 2w (weeks), 1M (month).
;max_annotation_age =

# Configures max number of alert annotations that Grafana stores. Default value is 0, which keeps all alert annotations.
;max_annotations_to_keep =

#################################### Annotations #########################
[annotations]
# Configures the batch size for the annotation clean-up job. This setting is used for dashboard, API, and alert annotations.
;cleanupjob_batchsize = 100

# Enforces the maximum allowed length of the tags for any newly introduced annotations. It can be between 500 and 4096 inclusive (which is the respective's column length). Default value is 500.
# Setting it to a higher value would impact performance therefore is not recommended.
;tags_length = 500

[annotations.dashboard]
# Dashboard annotations means that annotations are associated with the dashboard they are created on.

# Configures how long dashboard annotations are stored. Default is 0, which keeps them forever.
# This setting should be expressed as a duration. Examples: 6h (hours), 10d (days), 2w (weeks), 1M (month).
;max_age =

# Configures max number of dashboard annotations that Grafana stores. Default value is 0, which keeps all dashboard annotations.
;max_annotations_to_keep =

[annotations.api]
# API annotations means that the annotations have been created using the API without any
# association with a dashboard.

# Configures how long Grafana stores API annotations. Default is 0, which keeps them forever.
# This setting should be expressed as a duration. Examples: 6h (hours), 10d (days), 2w (weeks), 1M (month).
;max_age =

# Configures max number of API annotations that Grafana keeps. Default value is 0, which keeps all API annotations.
;max_annotations_to_keep =

#################################### Explore #############################
[explore]
# Enable the Explore section
;enabled = true

#################################### Help #############################
[help]
# Enable the Help section
;enabled = true

#################################### Profile #############################
[profile]
# Enable the Profile section
;enabled = true

#################################### News #############################
[news]
# Enable the news feed section
; news_feed_enabled = true

#################################### Query #############################
[query]
# Set the number of data source queries that can be executed concurrently in mixed queries. Default is the number of CPUs.
;concurrent_query_limit =

#################################### Query History #############################
[query_history]
# Enable the Query history
;enabled = true

#################################### Internal Grafana Metrics ##########################
# Metrics available at HTTP URL /metrics and /metrics/plugins/:pluginId
[metrics]
# Disable / Enable internal metrics
;enabled           = true
# Graphite Publish interval
;interval_seconds  = 10
# Disable total stats (stat_totals_*) metrics to be generated
;disable_total_stats = false
# The interval at which the total stats collector will update the stats. Default is 1800 seconds.
;total_stats_collector_interval_seconds = 1800

#If both are set, basic auth will be required for the metrics endpoints.
; basic_auth_username =
; basic_auth_password =

# Metrics environment info adds dimensions to the `grafana_environment_info` metric, which
# can expose more information about the Grafana instance.
[metrics.environment_info]
#exampleLabel1 = exampleValue1
#exampleLabel2 = exampleValue2

# Send internal metrics to Graphite
[metrics.graphite]
# Enable by setting the address setting (ex localhost:2003)
;address =
;prefix = prod.grafana.%(instance_name)s.

#################################### Grafana.com integration  ##########################
# Url used to import dashboards directly from Grafana.com
[grafana_com]
;url = https://grafana.com
;api_url = https://grafana.com/api

#################################### Distributed tracing ############
# Opentracing is deprecated use opentelemetry instead
[tracing.jaeger]
# Enable by setting the address sending traces to jaeger (ex localhost:6831)
;address = localhost:6831
# Tag that will always be included in when creating new spans. ex (tag1:value1,tag2:value2)
;always_included_tag = tag1:value1
# Type specifies the type of the sampler: const, probabilistic, rateLimiting, or remote
;sampler_type = const
# jaeger samplerconfig param
# for "const" sampler, 0 or 1 for always false/true respectively
# for "probabilistic" sampler, a probability between 0 and 1
# for "rateLimiting" sampler, the number of spans per second
# for "remote" sampler, param is the same as for "probabilistic"
# and indicates the initial sampling rate before the actual one
# is received from the mothership
;sampler_param = 1
# sampling_server_url is the URL of a sampling manager providing a sampling strategy.
;sampling_server_url =
# Whether or not to use Zipkin propagation (x-b3- HTTP headers).
;zipkin_propagation = false
# Setting this to true disables shared RPC spans.
# Not disabling is the most common setting when using Zipkin elsewhere in your infrastructure.
;disable_shared_zipkin_spans = false

[tracing.opentelemetry]
# attributes that will always be included in when creating new spans. ex (key1:value1,key2:value2)
;custom_attributes = key1:value1,key2:value2
# Type specifies the type of the sampler: const, probabilistic, rateLimiting, or remote
; sampler_type = remote
# Sampler configuration parameter
# for "const" sampler, 0 or 1 for always false/true respectively
# for "probabilistic" sampler, a probability between 0.0 and 1.0
# for "rateLimiting" sampler, the number of spans per second
# for "remote" sampler, param is the same as for "probabilistic"
#   and indicates the initial sampling rate before the actual one
#   is received from the sampling server (set at sampling_server_url)
; sampler_param = 0.5
# specifies the URL of the sampling server when sampler_type is remote
; sampling_server_url = http://localhost:5778/sampling

[tracing.opentelemetry.jaeger]
# jaeger destination (ex http://localhost:14268/api/traces)
; address = http://localhost:14268/api/traces
# Propagation specifies the text map propagation format: w3c, jaeger
; propagation = jaeger

# This is a configuration for OTLP exporter with GRPC protocol
[tracing.opentelemetry.otlp]
# otlp destination (ex localhost:4317)
; address = localhost:4317
# Propagation specifies the text map propagation format: w3c, jaeger
; propagation = w3c

#################################### External image storage ##########################
[external_image_storage]
# Used for uploading images to public servers so they can be included in slack/email messages.
# you can choose between (s3, webdav, gcs, azure_blob, local)
;provider =

[external_image_storage.s3]
;endpoint =
;path_style_access =
;bucket =
;region =
;path =
;access_key =
;secret_key =

[external_image_storage.webdav]
;url =
;public_url =
;username =
;password =

[external_image_storage.gcs]
;key_file =
;bucket =
;path =

[external_image_storage.azure_blob]
;account_name =
;account_key =
;container_name =
;sas_token_expiration_days =

[external_image_storage.local]
# does not require any configuration

[rendering]
# Options to configure a remote HTTP image rendering service, e.g. using https://github.com/grafana/grafana-image-renderer.
# URL to a remote HTTP image renderer service, e.g. http://localhost:8081/render, will enable Grafana to render panels and dashboards to PNG-images using HTTP requests to an external service.
;server_url =
# If the remote HTTP image renderer service runs on a different server than the Grafana server you may have to configure this to a URL where Grafana is reachable, e.g. http://grafana.domain/.
;callback_url =
# An auth token that will be sent to and verified by the renderer. The renderer will deny any request without an auth token matching the one configured on the renderer side.
;renderer_token = -
# Concurrent render request limit affects when the /render HTTP endpoint is used. Rendering many images at the same time can overload the server,
# which this setting can help protect against by only allowing a certain amount of concurrent requests.
;concurrent_render_request_limit = 30
# Determines the lifetime of the render key used by the image renderer to access and render Grafana.
# This setting should be expressed as a duration. Examples: 10s (seconds), 5m (minutes), 2h (hours).
# Default is 5m. This should be more than enough for most deployments.
# Change the value only if image rendering is failing and you see `Failed to get the render key from cache` in Grafana logs.
;render_key_lifetime = 5m

[panels]
# If set to true Grafana will allow script tags in text panels. Not recommended as it enable XSS vulnerabilities.
;disable_sanitize_html = false

[plugins]
;enable_alpha = false
;app_tls_skip_verify_insecure = false
# Enter a comma-separated list of plugin identifiers to identify plugins to load even if they are unsigned. Plugins with modified signatures are never loaded.
;allow_loading_unsigned_plugins =
# Enable or disable installing / uninstalling / updating plugins directly from within Grafana.
;plugin_admin_enabled = false
;plugin_admin_external_manage_enabled = false
;plugin_catalog_url = https://grafana.com/grafana/plugins/
# Enter a comma-separated list of plugin identifiers to hide in the plugin catalog.
;plugin_catalog_hidden_plugins =
# Log all backend requests for core and external plugins.
;log_backend_requests = false
# Disable download of the public key for verifying plugin signature.
; public_key_retrieval_disabled = false
# Force download of the public key for verifying plugin signature on startup. If disabled, the public key will be retrieved every 10 days.
# Requires public_key_retrieval_disabled to be false to have any effect.
; public_key_retrieval_on_startup = false
# Enter a comma-separated list of plugin identifiers to avoid loading (including core plugins). These plugins will be hidden in the catalog.
; disable_plugins =

#################################### Grafana Live ##########################################
[live]
# max_connections to Grafana Live WebSocket endpoint per Grafana server instance. See Grafana Live docs
# if you are planning to make it higher than default 100 since this can require some OS and infrastructure
# tuning. 0 disables Live, -1 means unlimited connections.
;max_connections = 100

# allowed_origins is a comma-separated list of origins that can establish connection with Grafana Live.
# If not set then origin will be matched over root_url. Supports wildcard symbol "*".
;allowed_origins =

# engine defines an HA (high availability) engine to use for Grafana Live. By default no engine used - in
# this case Live features work only on a single Grafana server. Available options: "redis".
# Setting ha_engine is an EXPERIMENTAL feature.
;ha_engine =

# ha_engine_address sets a connection address for Live HA engine. Depending on engine type address format can differ.
# For now we only support Redis connection address in "host:port" format.
# This option is EXPERIMENTAL.
;ha_engine_address = "127.0.0.1:6379"

# ha_engine_password allows setting an optional password to authenticate with the engine
;ha_engine_password = ""

#################################### Grafana Image Renderer Plugin ##########################
[plugin.grafana-image-renderer]
# Instruct headless browser instance to use a default timezone when not provided by Grafana, e.g. when rendering panel image of alert.
# See ICU’s metaZones.txt (https://cs.chromium.org/chromium/src/third_party/icu/source/data/misc/metaZones.txt) for a list of supported
# timezone IDs. Fallbacks to TZ environment variable if not set.
;rendering_timezone =

# Instruct headless browser instance to use a default language when not provided by Grafana, e.g. when rendering panel image of alert.
# Please refer to the HTTP header Accept-Language to understand how to format this value, e.g. 'fr-CH, fr;q=0.9, en;q=0.8, de;q=0.7, *;q=0.5'.
;rendering_language =

# Instruct headless browser instance to use a default device scale factor when not provided by Grafana, e.g. when rendering panel image of alert.
# Default is 1. Using a higher value will produce more detailed images (higher DPI), but will require more disk space to store an image.
;rendering_viewport_device_scale_factor =

# Instruct headless browser instance whether to ignore HTTPS errors during navigation. Per default HTTPS errors are not ignored. Due to
# the security risk it's not recommended to ignore HTTPS errors.
;rendering_ignore_https_errors =

# Instruct headless browser instance whether to capture and log verbose information when rendering an image. Default is false and will
# only capture and log error messages. When enabled, debug messages are captured and logged as well.
# For the verbose information to be included in the Grafana server log you have to adjust the rendering log level to debug, configure
# [log].filter = rendering:debug.
;rendering_verbose_logging =

# Instruct headless browser instance whether to output its debug and error messages into running process of remote rendering service.
# Default is false. This can be useful to enable (true) when troubleshooting.
;rendering_dumpio =

# Additional arguments to pass to the headless browser instance. Default is --no-sandbox. The list of Chromium flags can be found
# here (https://peter.sh/experiments/chromium-command-line-switches/). Multiple arguments is separated with comma-character.
;rendering_args =

# You can configure the plugin to use a different browser binary instead of the pre-packaged version of Chromium.
# Please note that this is not recommended, since you may encounter problems if the installed version of Chrome/Chromium is not
# compatible with the plugin.
;rendering_chrome_bin =

# Instruct how headless browser instances are created. Default is 'default' and will create a new browser instance on each request.
# Mode 'clustered' will make sure that only a maximum of browsers/incognito pages can execute concurrently.
# Mode 'reusable' will have one browser instance and will create a new incognito page on each request.
;rendering_mode =

# When rendering_mode = clustered, you can instruct how many browsers or incognito pages can execute concurrently. Default is 'browser'
# and will cluster using browser instances.
# Mode 'context' will cluster using incognito pages.
;rendering_clustering_mode =
# When rendering_mode = clustered, you can define the maximum number of browser instances/incognito pages that can execute concurrently. Default is '5'.
;rendering_clustering_max_concurrency =
# When rendering_mode = clustered, you can specify the duration a rendering request can take before it will time out. Default is `30` seconds.
;rendering_clustering_timeout =

# Limit the maximum viewport width, height and device scale factor that can be requested.
;rendering_viewport_max_width =
;rendering_viewport_max_height =
;rendering_viewport_max_device_scale_factor =

# Change the listening host and port of the gRPC server. Default host is 127.0.0.1 and default port is 0 and will automatically assign
# a port not in use.
;grpc_host =
;grpc_port =

[support_bundles]
# Enable support bundle creation (default: true)
#enabled = true
# Only server admins can generate and view support bundles (default: true)
#server_admin_only = true
# If set, bundles will be encrypted with the provided public keys separated by whitespace
#public_keys = ""

[enterprise]
# Path to a valid Grafana Enterprise license.jwt file
;license_path =

[feature_toggles]
# there are currently two ways to enable feature toggles in the `grafana.ini`.
# you can either pass an array of feature you want to enable to the `enable` field or
# configure each toggle by setting the name of the toggle to true/false. Toggles set to true/false
# will take presidence over toggles in the `enable` list.

;enable = feature1,feature2

;feature1 = true
;feature2 = false

[date_formats]
# For information on what formatting patterns that are supported https://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/

# Default system date format used in time range picker and other places where full time is displayed
;full_date = YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss

# Used by graph and other places where we only show small intervals
;interval_second = HH:mm:ss
;interval_minute = HH:mm
;interval_hour = MM/DD HH:mm
;interval_day = MM/DD
;interval_month = YYYY-MM
;interval_year = YYYY

# Experimental feature
;use_browser_locale = false

# Default timezone for user preferences. Options are 'browser' for the browser local timezone or a timezone name from IANA Time Zone database, e.g. 'UTC' or 'Europe/Amsterdam' etc.
;default_timezone = browser

[expressions]
# Enable or disable the expressions functionality.
;enabled = true

[geomap]
# Set the JSON configuration for the default basemap
;default_baselayer_config = `{
;  "type": "xyz",
;  "config": {
;    "attribution": "Open street map",
;    "url": "https://tile.openstreetmap.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png"
;  }
;}`

# Enable or disable loading other base map layers
;enable_custom_baselayers = true

# Move an app plugin referenced by its id (including all its pages) to a specific navigation section
[navigation.app_sections]
# The following will move an app plugin with the id of `my-app-id` under the `cfg` section
# my-app-id = cfg

# Move a specific app plugin page (referenced by its `path` field) to a specific navigation section
[navigation.app_standalone_pages]
# The following will move the page with the path "/a/my-app-id/my-page" from `my-app-id` to the `cfg` section
# /a/my-app-id/my-page = cfg

#################################### Secure Socks5 Datasource Proxy #####################################
[secure_socks_datasource_proxy]
; enabled = false
; root_ca_cert =
; client_key =
; client_cert =
; server_name =
# The address of the socks5 proxy datasources should connect to
; proxy_address =
; show_ui = true
; allow_insecure = false

################################## Feature Management ##############################################
[feature_management]
# Options to configure the experimental Feature Toggle Admin Page feature, which is behind the `featureToggleAdminPage` feature toggle. Use at your own risk.
# Allow editing of feature toggles in the feature management page
;allow_editing = false
# Allow customization of URL for the controller that manages feature toggles
;update_webhook =
# Allow configuring an auth token for feature management update requests
;update_webhook_token =
# Hide specific feature toggles from the feature management page
;hidden_toggles =
# Disable updating specific feature toggles in the feature management page
;read_only_toggles =

#################################### Public Dashboards #####################################
[public_dashboards]
# Set to false to disable public dashboards
;enabled = true

It should not contain it.

Try to add lines mentioned in documentation to the end of your grafana.ini:

[plugin.marcusolsson-csv-datasource]
allow_local_mode = true

And it should work.

This solved the issue. Thanks