This post describes how to restore the
admin’s user password for
Grafana installed with
For other SQL databases, connection to DB will look differently but SQL query may be used the same.
Log in to the remote server where
Grafana is installed.
Install any tool for
sqlite. I’ll use a console client
sudo apt install sqlite3
Grafana DB file by specifying the path to DB file:
~/data/grafana/ to the relevant path to the
Gafana DB file.
Update password Admin’s password to
update user set password = '59acf18b94d7eb0694c61e60ce44c110c7a683ac6a8f09580d626f90f4a242000746579358d77dd9e570e83fa24faa88a8a6', salt = 'F3FAxVm33R' where login = 'admin';
In case if
admin user was renamed to smth else, replace
login = 'admin'; with the relevant username.
Try to login to
Grafana with username
admin and password
admin. It may ask to change the password.
Other SQL Databases
Connect to the
DB and use the
SQL query provided above.