Grafana Dashboard

Install Grafana on our instance which queries our Prometheus server.
sudo apt-get install -y adduser libfontconfig
sudo dpkg -i grafana_8.1.4_amd64.deb
Enable the automatic start of Grafana by systemd:
sudo systemctl daemon-reload && sudo systemctl enable grafana-server && sudo systemctl start grafana-server
Grafana is running now, and we can connect to it at http://your.server.ip:3000. The default user and password is admin / admin.
Now you have to create a Prometheus data source:
  • Click the Grafana logo to open the sidebar.
  • Click “Data Sources” in the sidebar.
  • Choose “Add New”.
  • Select “Prometheus” as the data source
  • Set the Prometheus server URL (in our case: http://localhost:9090/)
  • Click “Add” to test the connection and to save the new data source

Installing Cosmos SDK Grafana Dashboard

Finally, we're going to install a basic dashboard for Cosmos SDKs. For further reference in these steps, see:

Enable Tendermint Metrics

sed -i 's/prometheus = false/prometheus = true/g' <YOUR-NODE-HOMEDIR>/config/config.toml
After restarting your node, you should be able to access the tendermint metrics(default port is 26660): http://localhost:26660

Configure Prometheus Targets

Append a job under the scrape_configs of your prometheus.yml
- job_name: secret-network
- targets: ['<Validator-IP>:26660']
instance: validator
- targets: ['<Sentry-0-IP>:26660']
instance: sentry-0
- targets: ['<Sentry-1-IP>:26660']
instance: sentry-1

Reload Prometheus Config

curl -X POST http://<PROMETHEUS-IP>:9090/-/reload

Import Grafana Dashboard

Copy and paste the Grafana Dashboard ID 11036 OR content of cosmos-dashboard.json, click on Load to complete importing.
  1. 1.
    Set chain-id to secret-3
  2. 2.
    You're done!\