»Waypoint Server run
waypoint server run
Manually run the builtin server
waypoint server run [options]
Run the builtin server.
The easier way to run a server is to use the "waypoint install" command. This command is for people who are manually running the server in any environment.
-plain- Plain output: no colors, no animation.
-app=<string>- App to target. Certain commands require a single app target for Waypoint configurations with multiple apps. If you have a single app, then this can be ignored.
-workspace=<string>- Workspace to operate in.
-db=<string>- Path to the database file.
-listen-grpc=<string>- Address to bind to for gRPC connections.
-listen-http=<string>- Address to bind to for HTTP connections. Required for the UI.
-tls-cert-file=<string>- Path to a PEM-encoded certificate file for TLS. If this isn't set, a self-signed certificate will be generated. This file will be read once at startup and will not be monitored for changes.
-tls-key-file=<string>- Path to a PEM-encoded private key file for the TLS certificate specified with -tls-cert-file. This is required if -tls-cert-file is set.
-disable-ui- Disable the embedded web interface
-url-enabled- Enable the URL service.
-url-api-addr=<string>- Address to Waypoint URL service API
-url-api-insecure- True if TLS is not enabled for the Waypoint URL service API
-url-control-addr=<string>- Address to Waypoint URL service control API
-url-control-token=<string>- Token for the Waypoint URL server control API.
-url-auto-app-hostname- Whether apps automatically get a hostname on deploy.
-advertise-addr=<string>- Address to advertise for the server. This is used by the entrypoints binaries to communicate back to the server. If this is blank, then the entrypoints will not communicate to the server. Features such as logs, exec, etc. will not work.
-advertise-tls- If true, the advertised address should be connected to with TLS.
-advertise-tls-skip-verify- Do not verify the TLS certificate presented by the server.