Question

How to uninstall 1-click app loki-grafana

Hello,

  1. How do I completely uninstall the app?
  2. Instructions should be updated with the correct namespace:
loki-stack

Not

loki
  1. I was not able to login with user admin, and the output token of the command:
kubectl get secret --namespace loki-stack loki-grafana -o jsonpath="{.data.admin-password}" | base64 --decode

(Bad credentials)


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Accepted Answer

Hi Imneo,

Since the app is installed via Helm, it can be uninstalled by running:

helm uninstall loki -n loki-stack

Followed by

kubectl delete ns loki-stack

We’ll get the instructions updated.

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Thank you

Hello, Can you please read again question #1 in the first post ? I guess you missed that question :-)

Thanks again

Hello, @haimari1

If you want to start from scratch you can simply spin up a new droplet from the marketplace:

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/grafana-loki

I’ve just tested this on a test droplet and everything seems to be running just fine. Credentials are working fine and I can access Grafana without any issues.

I agree that the command needs to be updated with the correct namespace from loki to loki-stack, e.g

kubectl --namespace loki get pods

to

kubectl --namespace loki-stack get pods

I will follow up on that and will try to get this updated.

Regards, Alex