I will install the Official Prometheus Exporter Plugin on your existing Discourse instance and install Prometheus in a Docker container on your server. To make those data more useful, I also install Grafana and the Official Discourse Dashboard.
Once this is done, you can access cool Prometheus graphs at http://your.server.com:9090/ (or http://prometheus.server.com if you have https enabled).
Existing customers who have not removed my ssh keys (if I installed Discourse for you and you don’t know what “removed my ssh keys” means, this almost certainly means you) can use the coupon code “happy customer” for a $50 discount.
New customers need to provide access to a user account with sudo privileges (or root) using the following command:
If you have https enabled (and you should!), you should create a cname (e.g., prometheus) pointing to your server, otherwise, your web browser will insist on using https, which will not work. If you do not create a CNAME you can access Prometheus via the IP number.