Thank god that was just a stupid typo and not the problem
Also, if both instances are running on the same server then you need to use different ports.
Prometheus and lora-app-server? Isn’t that an open port / connect to port relation? I’m confused now, but I think that is due to the temperature. Do we have a sweating smiley btw?
On topic again: During writing the response and trying a few things I think I just found the problem and it is nearly as simple as the typo. I have two app-server instances which are both 3.x.0, but the one I choose for testing is only 3.1.0…
With this I mean when you both try to export the loraserver and lora-app-server metrics, then they can’t bind to the same port. E.g. use 8070 and 8071 and then configure Prometheus to scrape from both ports
Sorry I am missing something. Do I need to install prometheus or is this already running on the server?
I am suspecting something is already running to produce the graphs on the lora packets in the gateway page of chirpstack.