bookwyrm/.env.example

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# SECURITY WARNING: keep the secret key used in production secret!
SECRET_KEY="7(2w1sedok=aznpq)ta1mc4i%4h=xx@hxwx*o57ctsuml0x%fr"
# SECURITY WARNING: don't run with debug turned on in production!
DEBUG=false
USE_HTTPS=true
DOMAIN=your.domain.here
EMAIL=your@email.here
# Instance default language (see options at bookwyrm/settings.py "LANGUAGES"
LANGUAGE_CODE="en-us"
# Used for deciding which editions to prefer
DEFAULT_LANGUAGE="English"
## Leave unset to allow all hosts
# ALLOWED_HOSTS="localhost,127.0.0.1,[::1]"
MEDIA_ROOT=images/
# Database configuration
PGPORT=5432
POSTGRES_PASSWORD=securedbypassword123
POSTGRES_USER=bookwyrm
POSTGRES_DB=bookwyrm
POSTGRES_HOST=db
# Redis activity stream manager
MAX_STREAM_LENGTH=200
REDIS_ACTIVITY_HOST=redis_activity
REDIS_ACTIVITY_PORT=6379
REDIS_ACTIVITY_PASSWORD=redispassword345
# Optional, use a different redis database (defaults to 0)
# REDIS_ACTIVITY_DB_INDEX=0
# Alternatively specify the full redis url, i.e. if you need to use a unix:// socket
# REDIS_ACTIVITY_URL=
# Redis as celery broker
REDIS_BROKER_HOST=redis_broker
REDIS_BROKER_PORT=6379
REDIS_BROKER_PASSWORD=redispassword123
# Optional, use a different redis database (defaults to 0)
# REDIS_BROKER_DB_INDEX=0
# Alternatively specify the full redis url, i.e. if you need to use a unix:// socket
# REDIS_BROKER_URL=
# Monitoring for celery
FLOWER_PORT=8888
FLOWER_USER=admin
FLOWER_PASSWORD=changeme
# Email config
EMAIL_HOST=smtp.mailgun.org
EMAIL_PORT=587
EMAIL_HOST_USER=mail@your.domain.here
EMAIL_HOST_PASSWORD=emailpassword123
EMAIL_USE_TLS=true
EMAIL_USE_SSL=false
EMAIL_SENDER_NAME=admin
# defaults to DOMAIN
EMAIL_SENDER_DOMAIN=
# Query timeouts
SEARCH_TIMEOUT=5
QUERY_TIMEOUT=5
# Thumbnails Generation
ENABLE_THUMBNAIL_GENERATION=true
# S3 configuration
USE_S3=false
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=
# Commented are example values if you use a non-AWS, S3-compatible service
# AWS S3 should work with only AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME and AWS_S3_REGION_NAME
# non-AWS S3-compatible services will need AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME,
# along with both AWS_S3_CUSTOM_DOMAIN and AWS_S3_ENDPOINT_URL
# AWS_STORAGE_BUCKET_NAME= # "example-bucket-name"
# AWS_S3_CUSTOM_DOMAIN=None # "example-bucket-name.s3.fr-par.scw.cloud"
# AWS_S3_REGION_NAME=None # "fr-par"
# AWS_S3_ENDPOINT_URL=None # "https://s3.fr-par.scw.cloud"
# Commented are example values if you use Azure Blob Storage
# USE_AZURE=true
# AZURE_ACCOUNT_NAME= # "example-account-name"
# AZURE_ACCOUNT_KEY= # "base64-encoded-access-key"
# AZURE_CONTAINER= # "example-blob-container-name"
# AZURE_CUSTOM_DOMAIN= # "example-account-name.blob.core.windows.net"
# Preview image generation can be computing and storage intensive
ENABLE_PREVIEW_IMAGES=False
# Specify RGB tuple or RGB hex strings,
# or use_dominant_color_light / use_dominant_color_dark
PREVIEW_BG_COLOR=use_dominant_color_light
# Change to #FFF if you use use_dominant_color_dark
PREVIEW_TEXT_COLOR=#363636
PREVIEW_IMG_WIDTH=1200
PREVIEW_IMG_HEIGHT=630
PREVIEW_DEFAULT_COVER_COLOR=#002549
# Below are example keys if you want to enable automatically
# sending telemetry to an OTLP-compatible service. Many of
# the main monitoring apps have OLTP collectors, including
# NewRelic, DataDog, and Honeycomb.io - consult their
# documentation for setup instructions, and what exactly to
# put below!
#
# Service name is an arbitrary tag that is attached to any
# data sent, used to distinguish different sources. Useful
# for sending prod and dev metrics to the same place and
# keeping them separate, for instance!
# API endpoint for your provider
OTEL_EXPORTER_OTLP_ENDPOINT=
# Any headers required, usually authentication info
OTEL_EXPORTER_OTLP_HEADERS=
# Service name to identify your app
OTEL_SERVICE_NAME=
# Set HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO ONLY to true if you know what you are doing.
# Only use it if your proxy is "swallowing" if the original request was made
# via https. Please refer to the Django-Documentation and assess the risks
# for your instance:
# https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/3.2/ref/settings/#secure-proxy-ssl-header
HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO=false
# TOTP settings
# TWO_FACTOR_LOGIN_VALIDITY_WINDOW sets the number of codes either side
# which will be accepted.
TWO_FACTOR_LOGIN_VALIDITY_WINDOW=2
TWO_FACTOR_LOGIN_MAX_SECONDS=60
# Additional hosts to allow in the Content-Security-Policy, "self" (should be DOMAIN)
# and AWS_S3_CUSTOM_DOMAIN (if used) are added by default.
# Value should be a comma-separated list of host names.
CSP_ADDITIONAL_HOSTS=
# The last number here means "megabytes"
# Increase if users are having trouble uploading BookWyrm export files.
DATA_UPLOAD_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE = (1024**2 * 100)
# Time before being logged out (in seconds)
# SESSION_COOKIE_AGE=2592000 # current default: 30 days