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service:
# This token is used to verify issued JWT tokens.
# Default is a random token which will be generated at each startup of vikunja.
# (This means all already issued tokens will be invalid once you restart vikunja)
JWTSecret: "<jwt-secret>"
# The interface on which to run the webserver
interface: ":3456"
# The URL of the frontend, used to send password reset emails.
frontendurl: ""
# The base path on the file system where the binary and assets are.
# Vikunja will also look in this path for a config file, so you could provide only this variable to point to a folder
# with a config file which will then be used.
rootpath: <rootpath>
# The max number of items which can be returned per page
maxitemsperpage: 50
# Enable the caldav endpoint, see the docs for more details
enablecaldav: true
# Set the motd message, available from the /info endpoint
motd: ""
# Enable sharing of lists via a link
enablelinksharing: true
# Whether to let new users registering themselves or not
enableregistration: true
# Whether to enable task attachments or not
enabletaskattachments: true
# The time zone all timestamps are in. Please note that time zones have to use [the official tz database names](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tz_database_time_zones). UTC or GMT offsets won't work.
timezone: GMT
# Whether task comments should be enabled or not
enabletaskcomments: true
# Whether totp is enabled. In most cases you want to leave that enabled.
enabletotp: true
# If not empty, enables logging of crashes and unhandled errors in sentry.
sentrydsn: ''
# If not empty, this will enable `/test/{table}` endpoints which allow to put any content in the database.
# Used to reset the db before frontend tests. Because this is quite a dangerous feature allowing for lots of harm,
# each request made to this endpoint neefs to provide an `Authorization: <token>` header with the token from below. <br/>
# **You should never use this unless you know exactly what you're doing**
testingtoken: ''
# If enabled, vikunja will send an email to everyone who is either assigned to a task or created it when a task reminder
# is due.
enableemailreminders: true
database:
# Database type to use. Supported types are mysql, postgres and sqlite.
type: "sqlite"
# Database user which is used to connect to the database.
user: "vikunja"
# Databse password
password: ""
# Databse host
host: "localhost"
# Databse to use
database: "vikunja"
# When using sqlite, this is the path where to store the data
path: "./vikunja.db"
# Sets the max open connections to the database. Only used when using mysql and postgres.
maxopenconnections: 100
# Sets the maximum number of idle connections to the db.
maxidleconnections: 50
# The maximum lifetime of a single db connection in miliseconds.
maxconnectionlifetime: 10000
# Secure connection mode. Only used with postgres.
# (see https://pkg.go.dev/github.com/lib/pq?tab=doc#hdr-Connection_String_Parameters)
sslmode: disable
# Enable SSL/TLS for mysql connections. Options: false, true, skip-verify, preferred
tls: false
cache:
# If cache is enabled or not
enabled: false
# Cache type. Possible values are "keyvalue", "memory" or "redis".
# When choosing "keyvalue" this setting follows the one configured in the "keyvalue" section.
# When choosing "redis" you will need to configure the redis connection seperately.
type: keyvalue
# When using memory this defines the maximum size an element can take
maxelementsize: 1000
redis:
# Whether to enable redis or not
enabled: false
# The host of the redis server including its port.
host: 'localhost:6379'
# The password used to authenicate against the redis server
password: ''
# 0 means default database
db: 0
cors:
# Whether to enable or disable cors headers.
# Note: If you want to put the frontend and the api on seperate domains or ports, you will need to enable this.
# Otherwise the frontend won't be able to make requests to the api through the browser.
enable: true
# A list of origins which may access the api. These need to include the protocol (`http://` or `https://`) and port, if any.
origins:
- "*"
# How long (in seconds) the results of a preflight request can be cached.
maxage: 0
mailer:
# Whether to enable the mailer or not. If it is disabled, all users are enabled right away and password reset is not possible.
enabled: false
# SMTP Host
host: ""
# SMTP Host port
port: 587
# SMTP username
username: "user"
# SMTP password
password: ""
# Wether to skip verification of the tls certificate on the server
skiptlsverify: false
# The default from address when sending emails
fromemail: "mail@vikunja"
# The length of the mail queue.
queuelength: 100
# The timeout in seconds after which the current open connection to the mailserver will be closed.
queuetimeout: 30
# By default, vikunja will try to connect with starttls, use this option to force it to use ssl.
forcessl: false
log:
# A folder where all the logfiles should go.
path: <rootpath>logs
# Whether to show any logging at all or none
enabled: true
# Where the normal log should go. Possible values are stdout, stderr, file or off to disable standard logging.
standard: "stdout"
# Change the log level. Possible values (case-insensitive) are CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, NOTICE, INFO, DEBUG.
level: "INFO"
# Whether or not to log database queries. Useful for debugging. Possible values are stdout, stderr, file or off to disable database logging.
database: "off"
# The log level for database log messages. Possible values (case-insensitive) are CRITICAL, ERROR, WARNING, NOTICE, INFO, DEBUG.
databaselevel: "WARNING"
# Whether to log http requests or not. Possible values are stdout, stderr, file or off to disable http logging.
http: "stdout"
# Echo has its own logging which usually is unnessecary, which is why it is disabled by default. Possible values are stdout, stderr, file or off to disable standard logging.
echo: "off"
# Whether or not to log events. Useful for debugging. Possible values are stdout, stderr, file or off to disable events logging.
events: "stdout"
# The log level for event log messages. Possible values (case-insensitive) are ERROR, INFO, DEBUG.
eventslevel: "info"
ratelimit:
# whether or not to enable the rate limit
enabled: false
# The kind on which rates are based. Can be either "user" for a rate limit per user or "ip" for an ip-based rate limit.
kind: user
# The time period in seconds for the limit
period: 60
# The max number of requests a user is allowed to do in the configured time period
limit: 100
# The store where the limit counter for each user is stored.
# Possible values are "keyvalue", "memory" or "redis".
# When choosing "keyvalue" this setting follows the one configured in the "keyvalue" section.
store: keyvalue
files:
# The path where files are stored
basepath: ./files # relative to the binary
# The maximum size of a file, as a human-readable string.
# Warning: The max size is limited 2^64-1 bytes due to the underlying datatype
maxsize: 20MB
migration:
# These are the settings for the wunderlist migrator
wunderlist:
# Wheter to enable the wunderlist migrator or not
enable: false
# The client id, required for making requests to the wunderlist api
# You need to register your vikunja instance at https://developer.wunderlist.com/apps/new to get this
clientid:
# The client secret, also required for making requests to the wunderlist api
clientsecret:
# The url where clients are redirected after they authorized Vikunja to access their wunderlist stuff.
# This needs to match the url you entered when registering your Vikunja instance at wunderlist.
# This is usually the frontend url where the frontend then makes a request to /migration/wunderlist/migrate
# with the code obtained from the wunderlist api.
# Note that the vikunja frontend expects this to be /migrate/wunderlist
redirecturl:
todoist:
# Wheter to enable the todoist migrator or not
enable: false
# The client id, required for making requests to the todoist api
# You need to register your vikunja instance at https://developer.todoist.com/appconsole.html to get this
clientid:
# The client secret, also required for making requests to the todoist api
clientsecret:
# The url where clients are redirected after they authorized Vikunja to access their todoist items.
# This needs to match the url you entered when registering your Vikunja instance at todoist.
# This is usually the frontend url where the frontend then makes a request to /migration/todoist/migrate
# with the code obtained from the todoist api.
# Note that the vikunja frontend expects this to be /migrate/todoist
redirecturl:
trello:
# Wheter to enable the trello migrator or not
enable: false
# The client id, required for making requests to the trello api
# You need to register your vikunja instance at https://trello.com/app-key (log in before you visit that link) to get this
key:
# The url where clients are redirected after they authorized Vikunja to access their trello cards.
# This needs to match the url you entered when registering your Vikunja instance at trello.
# This is usually the frontend url where the frontend then makes a request to /migration/trello/migrate
# with the code obtained from the trello api.
# Note that the vikunja frontend expects this to end on /migrate/trello.
redirecturl: <frontend url>/migrate/trello
microsofttodo:
# Wheter to enable the microsoft todo migrator or not
enable: false
# The client id, required for making requests to the microsoft graph api
# See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/quickstart-register-app#register-an-application
# for information about how to register your vikuinja instance.
clientid:
# The client secret, also required for making requests to the microsoft graph api
clientsecret:
# The url where clients are redirected after they authorized Vikunja to access their microsoft todo tasks.
# This needs to match the url you entered when registering your Vikunja instance at microsoft.
# This is usually the frontend url where the frontend then makes a request to /migration/microsoft-todo/migrate
# with the code obtained from the microsoft graph api.
# Note that the vikunja frontend expects this to be /migrate/microsoft-todo
redirecturl: <frontend url>/migrate/microsoft-todo
avatar:
# When using gravatar, this is the duration in seconds until a cached gravatar user avatar expires
gravatarexpiration: 3600
backgrounds:
# Whether to enable backgrounds for lists at all.
enabled: true
providers:
upload:
# Whethere to enable uploaded list backgrounds
enabled: true
unsplash:
# Whether to enable setting backgrounds from unsplash as list backgrounds
enabled: false
# You need to create an application for your installation at https://unsplash.com/oauth/applications/new
# and set the access token below.
accesstoken:
# The unsplash application id is only used for pingback and required as per their api guidelines.
# You can find the Application ID in the dashboard for your API application. It should be a numeric ID.
# It will only show in the UI if your application has been approved for Enterprise usage, therefore if
# you’re in Demo mode, you can also find the ID in the URL at the end: https://unsplash.com/oauth/applications/:application_id
applicationid:
# Legal urls
# Will be shown in the frontend if configured here
legal:
imprinturl:
privacyurl:
# Key Value Storage settings
# The Key Value Storage is used for different kinds of things like metrics and a few cache systems.
keyvalue:
# The type of the storage backend. Can be either "memory" or "redis". If "redis" is chosen it needs to be configured seperately.
type: "memory"
auth:
# Local authentication will let users log in and register (if enabled) through the db.
# This is the default auth mechanism and does not require any additional configuration.
local:
# Enable or disable local authentication
enabled: true
# OpenID configuration will allow users to authenticate through a third-party OpenID Connect compatible provider.<br/>
# The provider needs to support the `openid`, `profile` and `email` scopes.<br/>
# **Note:** The frontend expects to be redirected after authentication by the third party
# to <frontend-url>/auth/openid/<auth key>. Please make sure to configure the redirect url with your third party
# auth service accordingy if you're using the default vikunja frontend.
# Take a look at the [default config file](https://kolaente.dev/vikunja/api/src/branch/master/config.yml.sample) for more information about how to configure openid authentication.
openid:
# Enable or disable OpenID Connect authentication
enabled: false
# The url to redirect clients to. Defaults to the configured frontend url. If you're using Vikunja with the official
# frontend, you don't need to change this value.
redirecturl: <frontend url>
# A list of enabled providers
providers:
# The name of the provider as it will appear in the frontend.
- name:
# The auth url to send users to if they want to authenticate using OpenID Connect.
authurl:
# The client ID used to authenticate Vikunja at the OpenID Connect provider.
clientid:
# The client secret used to authenticate Vikunja at the OpenID Connect provider.
clientsecret:
# Prometheus metrics endpoint
metrics:
# If set to true, enables a /metrics endpoint for prometheus to collect metrics about Vikunja.
enabled: false
# If set to a non-empty value the /metrics endpoint will require this as a username via basic auth in combination with the password below.
username:
# If set to a non-empty value the /metrics endpoint will require this as a password via basic auth in combination with the username below.
password: