Use "grafana-wtf" to search through all entities of a Grafana instance

#1

Dear Grafana Team and Community,

first things first: Thanks for doing the paramount job of conceiving and maintaining Grafana. Keep up the spirit!

While being avid Grafana users at http://community.hiveeyes.org/ for a while already, we are finally happy to be able to contribute something back to the community.

It’s just a tiny piece of software but helps us to stay sane while keeping track of the growing number of data sources and dashboards our Grafana instances automagically have been starting to sprout.

With kind regards,
Andreas.


Synopsis

grafana-wtf find weatherbase

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#2

Hi there,

specifically to @jangaraj, @eduardogodinho, @svetb, @udgrafana, @yuyu, @nshetty and @daniellee, as this might also spark your interest.

We just added the "grafana-wtf log" subcommand to display the list of edits (versions), either for a given dashboard by uid or aggregated across all dashboards.

Synopsis

grafana-wtf log

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More examples

# Display 50 most recent changes across all dashboards.
grafana-wtf log --number=50

# Display 5 most recent changes for specific dashboard.
grafana-wtf log NP0wTOtmk --number=5

# Output full history table in Markdown format
grafana-wtf log --format=tabular:pipe

# Output full history table in Grid format
grafana-wtf log --format=tabular:grid

With kind regards,
Andreas.


P.S.: We also added a short description about the tool on our forum outlining some specific options you might enjoy.

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