Find file Copy path
697 lines (545 sloc) 24.4 KB
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
# or more contributor license agreements. See the NOTICE file
# distributed with this work for additional information
# regarding copyright ownership. The ASF licenses this file
# to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
# "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
# with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
# software distributed under the License is distributed on an
# KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the
# specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
# This is the template for Airflow's default configuration. When Airflow is
# imported, it looks for a configuration file at $AIRFLOW_HOME/airflow.cfg. If
# it doesn't exist, Airflow uses this template to generate it by replacing
# variables in curly braces with their global values from
# Users should not modify this file; they should customize the generated
# airflow.cfg instead.
# ----------------------- TEMPLATE BEGINS HERE -----------------------
# The home folder for airflow, default is ~/airflow
airflow_home = {AIRFLOW_HOME}
# The folder where your airflow pipelines live, most likely a
# subfolder in a code repository
# This path must be absolute
dags_folder = {AIRFLOW_HOME}/dags
# The folder where airflow should store its log files
# This path must be absolute
base_log_folder = {AIRFLOW_HOME}/logs
# Airflow can store logs remotely in AWS S3, Google Cloud Storage or Elastic Search.
# Users must supply an Airflow connection id that provides access to the storage
# location. If remote_logging is set to true, see for additional
# configuration requirements.
remote_logging = False
remote_log_conn_id =
remote_base_log_folder =
encrypt_s3_logs = False
# Logging level
logging_level = INFO
fab_logging_level = WARN
# Logging class
# Specify the class that will specify the logging configuration
# This class has to be on the python classpath
# logging_config_class = my.path.default_local_settings.LOGGING_CONFIG
logging_config_class =
# Log format
log_format = [%%(asctime)s] {{%%(filename)s:%%(lineno)d}} %%(levelname)s - %%(message)s
simple_log_format = %%(asctime)s %%(levelname)s - %%(message)s
# Log filename format
log_filename_template = {{{{ ti.dag_id }}}}/{{{{ ti.task_id }}}}/{{{{ ts }}}}/{{{{ try_number }}}}.log
log_processor_filename_template = {{{{ filename }}}}.log
dag_processor_manager_log_location = {AIRFLOW_HOME}/logs/dag_processor_manager/dag_processor_manager.log
# Hostname by providing a path to a callable, which will resolve the hostname
hostname_callable = socket:getfqdn
# Default timezone in case supplied date times are naive
# can be utc (default), system, or any IANA timezone string (e.g. Europe/Amsterdam)
default_timezone = utc
# The executor class that airflow should use. Choices include
# SequentialExecutor, LocalExecutor, CeleryExecutor, DaskExecutor, KubernetesExecutor
executor = SequentialExecutor
# The SqlAlchemy connection string to the metadata database.
# SqlAlchemy supports many different database engine, more information
# their website
sql_alchemy_conn = sqlite:///{AIRFLOW_HOME}/airflow.db
# The encoding for the databases
sql_engine_encoding = utf-8
# If SqlAlchemy should pool database connections.
sql_alchemy_pool_enabled = True
# The SqlAlchemy pool size is the maximum number of database connections
# in the pool. 0 indicates no limit.
sql_alchemy_pool_size = 5
# The SqlAlchemy pool recycle is the number of seconds a connection
# can be idle in the pool before it is invalidated. This config does
# not apply to sqlite. If the number of DB connections is ever exceeded,
# a lower config value will allow the system to recover faster.
sql_alchemy_pool_recycle = 1800
# How many seconds to retry re-establishing a DB connection after
# disconnects. Setting this to 0 disables retries.
sql_alchemy_reconnect_timeout = 300
# The schema to use for the metadata database
# SqlAlchemy supports databases with the concept of multiple schemas.
sql_alchemy_schema =
# The amount of parallelism as a setting to the executor. This defines
# the max number of task instances that should run simultaneously
# on this airflow installation
parallelism = 32
# The number of task instances allowed to run concurrently by the scheduler
dag_concurrency = 16
# Are DAGs paused by default at creation
dags_are_paused_at_creation = True
# When not using pools, tasks are run in the "default pool",
# whose size is guided by this config element
non_pooled_task_slot_count = 128
# The maximum number of active DAG runs per DAG
max_active_runs_per_dag = 16
# Whether to load the examples that ship with Airflow. It's good to
# get started, but you probably want to set this to False in a production
# environment
load_examples = True
# Where your Airflow plugins are stored
plugins_folder = {AIRFLOW_HOME}/plugins
# Secret key to save connection passwords in the db
fernet_key = {FERNET_KEY}
# Whether to disable pickling dags
donot_pickle = False
# How long before timing out a python file import while filling the DagBag
dagbag_import_timeout = 30
# The class to use for running task instances in a subprocess
task_runner = StandardTaskRunner
# If set, tasks without a `run_as_user` argument will be run with this user
# Can be used to de-elevate a sudo user running Airflow when executing tasks
default_impersonation =
# What security module to use (for example kerberos):
security =
# If set to False enables some unsecure features like Charts and Ad Hoc Queries.
# In 2.0 will default to True.
secure_mode = False
# Turn unit test mode on (overwrites many configuration options with test
# values at runtime)
unit_test_mode = False
# Name of handler to read task instance logs.
# Default to use task handler.
task_log_reader = task
# Whether to enable pickling for xcom (note that this is insecure and allows for
# RCE exploits). This will be deprecated in Airflow 2.0 (be forced to False).
enable_xcom_pickling = True
# When a task is killed forcefully, this is the amount of time in seconds that
# it has to cleanup after it is sent a SIGTERM, before it is SIGKILLED
killed_task_cleanup_time = 60
# Whether to override params with dag_run.conf. If you pass some key-value pairs through `airflow backfill -c` or
# `airflow trigger_dag -c`, the key-value pairs will override the existing ones in params.
dag_run_conf_overrides_params = False
# Worker initialisation check to validate Metadata Database connection
worker_precheck = False
# In what way should the cli access the API. The LocalClient will use the
# database directly, while the json_client will use the api running on the
# webserver
api_client = airflow.api.client.local_client
# If you set web_server_url_prefix, do NOT forget to append it here, ex:
# endpoint_url = http://localhost:8080/myroot
# So api will look like: http://localhost:8080/myroot/api/experimental/...
endpoint_url = http://localhost:8080
# How to authenticate users of the API
auth_backend = airflow.api.auth.backend.default
# what lineage backend to use
backend =
sasl_enabled = False
host =
port = 21000
username =
password =
# The default owner assigned to each new operator, unless
# provided explicitly or passed via `default_args`
default_owner = airflow
default_cpus = 1
default_ram = 512
default_disk = 512
default_gpus = 0
# Default mapreduce queue for HiveOperator tasks
default_hive_mapred_queue =
# Template for mapred_job_name in HiveOperator, supports the following named parameters:
# hostname, dag_id, task_id, execution_date
mapred_job_name_template = Airflow HiveOperator task for {{hostname}}.{{dag_id}}.{{task_id}}.{{execution_date}}
# The base url of your website as airflow cannot guess what domain or
# cname you are using. This is used in automated emails that
# airflow sends to point links to the right web server
base_url = http://localhost:8080
# The ip specified when starting the web server
web_server_host =
# The port on which to run the web server
web_server_port = 8080
# Paths to the SSL certificate and key for the web server. When both are
# provided SSL will be enabled. This does not change the web server port.
web_server_ssl_cert =
web_server_ssl_key =
# Number of seconds the webserver waits before killing gunicorn master that doesn't respond
web_server_master_timeout = 120
# Number of seconds the gunicorn webserver waits before timing out on a worker
web_server_worker_timeout = 120
# Number of workers to refresh at a time. When set to 0, worker refresh is
# disabled. When nonzero, airflow periodically refreshes webserver workers by
# bringing up new ones and killing old ones.
worker_refresh_batch_size = 1
# Number of seconds to wait before refreshing a batch of workers.
worker_refresh_interval = 30
# Secret key used to run your flask app
# It should be as random as possible
secret_key = {SECRET_KEY}
# Number of workers to run the Gunicorn web server
workers = 4
# The worker class gunicorn should use. Choices include
# sync (default), eventlet, gevent
worker_class = sync
# Log files for the gunicorn webserver. '-' means log to stderr.
access_logfile = -
error_logfile = -
# Expose the configuration file in the web server
# This is only applicable for the flask-admin based web UI (non FAB-based).
# In the FAB-based web UI with RBAC feature,
# access to configuration is controlled by role permissions.
expose_config = False
# Set to true to turn on authentication:
authenticate = False
# Filter the list of dags by owner name (requires authentication to be enabled)
filter_by_owner = False
# Filtering mode. Choices include user (default) and ldapgroup.
# Ldap group filtering requires using the ldap backend
# Note that the ldap server needs the "memberOf" overlay to be set up
# in order to user the ldapgroup mode.
owner_mode = user
# Default DAG view. Valid values are:
# tree, graph, duration, gantt, landing_times
dag_default_view = tree
# Default DAG orientation. Valid values are:
# LR (Left->Right), TB (Top->Bottom), RL (Right->Left), BT (Bottom->Top)
dag_orientation = LR
# Puts the webserver in demonstration mode; blurs the names of Operators for
# privacy.
demo_mode = False
# The amount of time (in secs) webserver will wait for initial handshake
# while fetching logs from other worker machine
log_fetch_timeout_sec = 5
# By default, the webserver shows paused DAGs. Flip this to hide paused
# DAGs by default
hide_paused_dags_by_default = False
# Consistent page size across all listing views in the UI
page_size = 100
# Define the color of navigation bar
navbar_color = #007A87
# Default dagrun to show in UI
default_dag_run_display_number = 25
# Enable werkzeug `ProxyFix` middleware
enable_proxy_fix = False
email_backend =
# If you want airflow to send emails on retries, failure, and you want to use
# the function, you have to configure an
# smtp server here
smtp_host = localhost
smtp_starttls = True
smtp_ssl = False
# Uncomment and set the user/pass settings if you want to use SMTP AUTH
# smtp_user = airflow
# smtp_password = airflow
smtp_port = 25
smtp_mail_from =
# This section only applies if you are using the CeleryExecutor in
# [core] section above
# The app name that will be used by celery
celery_app_name = airflow.executors.celery_executor
# The concurrency that will be used when starting workers with the
# "airflow worker" command. This defines the number of task instances that
# a worker will take, so size up your workers based on the resources on
# your worker box and the nature of your tasks
worker_concurrency = 16
# The minimum and maximum concurrency that will be used when starting workers with the
# "airflow worker" command. Pick these numbers based on resources on
# worker box and the nature of the task. If autoscale option is available worker_concurrency
# will be ignored.
# worker_autoscale = 12,16
# When you start an airflow worker, airflow starts a tiny web server
# subprocess to serve the workers local log files to the airflow main
# web server, who then builds pages and sends them to users. This defines
# the port on which the logs are served. It needs to be unused, and open
# visible from the main web server to connect into the workers.
worker_log_server_port = 8793
# The Celery broker URL. Celery supports RabbitMQ, Redis and experimentally
# a sqlalchemy database. Refer to the Celery documentation for more
# information.
broker_url = sqla+mysql://airflow:airflow@localhost:3306/airflow
# The Celery result_backend. When a job finishes, it needs to update the
# metadata of the job. Therefore it will post a message on a message bus,
# or insert it into a database (depending of the backend)
# This status is used by the scheduler to update the state of the task
# The use of a database is highly recommended
result_backend = db+mysql://airflow:airflow@localhost:3306/airflow
# Celery Flower is a sweet UI for Celery. Airflow has a shortcut to start
# it `airflow flower`. This defines the IP that Celery Flower runs on
flower_host =
# The root URL for Flower
# Ex: flower_url_prefix = /flower
flower_url_prefix =
# This defines the port that Celery Flower runs on
flower_port = 5555
# Securing Flower with Basic Authentication
# Accepts user:password pairs separated by a comma
# Example: flower_basic_auth = user1:password1,user2:password2
flower_basic_auth =
# Default queue that tasks get assigned to and that worker listen on.
default_queue = default
# How many processes CeleryExecutor uses to sync task state.
# 0 means to use max(1, number of cores - 1) processes.
sync_parallelism = 0
# Import path for celery configuration options
celery_config_options = airflow.config_templates.default_celery.DEFAULT_CELERY_CONFIG
# In case of using SSL
ssl_active = False
ssl_key =
ssl_cert =
ssl_cacert =
# This section is for specifying options which can be passed to the
# underlying celery broker transport. See:
# The visibility timeout defines the number of seconds to wait for the worker
# to acknowledge the task before the message is redelivered to another worker.
# Make sure to increase the visibility timeout to match the time of the longest
# ETA you're planning to use.
# visibility_timeout is only supported for Redis and SQS celery brokers.
# See:
#visibility_timeout = 21600
# This section only applies if you are using the DaskExecutor in
# [core] section above
# The IP address and port of the Dask cluster's scheduler.
cluster_address =
# TLS/ SSL settings to access a secured Dask scheduler.
tls_ca =
tls_cert =
tls_key =
# Task instances listen for external kill signal (when you clear tasks
# from the CLI or the UI), this defines the frequency at which they should
# listen (in seconds).
job_heartbeat_sec = 5
# The scheduler constantly tries to trigger new tasks (look at the
# scheduler section in the docs for more information). This defines
# how often the scheduler should run (in seconds).
scheduler_heartbeat_sec = 5
# after how much time (seconds) a new DAGs should be picked up from the filesystem
min_file_process_interval = 0
# How often (in seconds) to scan the DAGs directory for new files. Default to 5 minutes.
dag_dir_list_interval = 300
# How often should stats be printed to the logs
print_stats_interval = 30
# If the last scheduler heartbeat happened more than scheduler_health_check_threshold ago (in seconds),
# scheduler is considered unhealthy.
# This is used by the health check in the "/health" endpoint
scheduler_health_check_threshold = 30
child_process_log_directory = {AIRFLOW_HOME}/logs/scheduler
# Local task jobs periodically heartbeat to the DB. If the job has
# not heartbeat in this many seconds, the scheduler will mark the
# associated task instance as failed and will re-schedule the task.
scheduler_zombie_task_threshold = 300
# Turn off scheduler catchup by setting this to False.
# Default behavior is unchanged and
# Command Line Backfills still work, but the scheduler
# will not do scheduler catchup if this is False,
# however it can be set on a per DAG basis in the
# DAG definition (catchup)
catchup_by_default = True
# This changes the batch size of queries in the scheduling main loop.
# If this is too high, SQL query performance may be impacted by one
# or more of the following:
# - reversion to full table scan
# - complexity of query predicate
# - excessive locking
# Additionally, you may hit the maximum allowable query length for your db.
# Set this to 0 for no limit (not advised)
max_tis_per_query = 512
# Statsd ( integration settings
statsd_on = False
statsd_host = localhost
statsd_port = 8125
statsd_prefix = airflow
# The scheduler can run multiple threads in parallel to schedule dags.
# This defines how many threads will run.
max_threads = 2
authenticate = False
# Turn off scheduler use of cron intervals by setting this to False.
# DAGs submitted manually in the web UI or with trigger_dag will still run.
use_job_schedule = True
# set this to ldaps://<your.ldap.server>:<port>
uri =
user_filter = objectClass=*
user_name_attr = uid
group_member_attr = memberOf
superuser_filter =
data_profiler_filter =
bind_user = cn=Manager,dc=example,dc=com
bind_password = insecure
basedn = dc=example,dc=com
cacert = /etc/ca/ldap_ca.crt
search_scope = LEVEL
# Mesos master address which MesosExecutor will connect to.
master = localhost:5050
# The framework name which Airflow scheduler will register itself as on mesos
framework_name = Airflow
# Number of cpu cores required for running one task instance using
# 'airflow run <dag_id> <task_id> <execution_date> --local -p <pickle_id>'
# command on a mesos slave
task_cpu = 1
# Memory in MB required for running one task instance using
# 'airflow run <dag_id> <task_id> <execution_date> --local -p <pickle_id>'
# command on a mesos slave
task_memory = 256
# Enable framework checkpointing for mesos
# See
checkpoint = False
# Failover timeout in milliseconds.
# When checkpointing is enabled and this option is set, Mesos waits
# until the configured timeout for
# the MesosExecutor framework to re-register after a failover. Mesos
# shuts down running tasks if the
# MesosExecutor framework fails to re-register within this timeframe.
# failover_timeout = 604800
# Enable framework authentication for mesos
# See
authenticate = False
# Mesos credentials, if authentication is enabled
# default_principal = admin
# default_secret = admin
# Optional Docker Image to run on slave before running the command
# This image should be accessible from mesos slave i.e mesos slave
# should be able to pull this docker image before executing the command.
# docker_image_slave = puckel/docker-airflow
ccache = /tmp/airflow_krb5_ccache
# gets augmented with fqdn
principal = airflow
reinit_frequency = 3600
kinit_path = kinit
keytab = airflow.keytab
api_rev = v3
# UI to hide sensitive variable fields when set to True
hide_sensitive_variable_fields = True
elasticsearch_host =
elasticsearch_log_id_template = {{dag_id}}-{{task_id}}-{{execution_date}}-{{try_number}}
elasticsearch_end_of_log_mark = end_of_log
# The repository, tag and imagePullPolicy of the Kubernetes Image for the Worker to Run
worker_container_repository =
worker_container_tag =
worker_container_image_pull_policy = IfNotPresent
# If True (default), worker pods will be deleted upon termination
delete_worker_pods = True
# Number of Kubernetes Worker Pod creation calls per scheduler loop
worker_pods_creation_batch_size = 1
# The Kubernetes namespace where airflow workers should be created. Defaults to `default`
namespace = default
# The name of the Kubernetes ConfigMap Containing the Airflow Configuration (this file)
airflow_configmap =
# For docker image already contains DAGs, this is set to `True`, and the worker will search for dags in dags_folder,
# otherwise use git sync or dags volume claim to mount DAGs
dags_in_image = False
# For either git sync or volume mounted DAGs, the worker will look in this subpath for DAGs
dags_volume_subpath =
# For DAGs mounted via a volume claim (mutually exclusive with git-sync and host path)
dags_volume_claim =
# For volume mounted logs, the worker will look in this subpath for logs
logs_volume_subpath =
# A shared volume claim for the logs
logs_volume_claim =
# For DAGs mounted via a hostPath volume (mutually exclusive with volume claim and git-sync)
# Useful in local environment, discouraged in production
dags_volume_host =
# A hostPath volume for the logs
# Useful in local environment, discouraged in production
logs_volume_host =
# Git credentials and repository for DAGs mounted via Git (mutually exclusive with volume claim)
git_repo =
git_branch =
git_user =
git_password =
git_subpath =
git_sync_root = /git
git_sync_dest = repo
# Mount point of the volume if git-sync is being used.
# i.e. {AIRFLOW_HOME}/dags
git_dags_folder_mount_point =
# For cloning DAGs from git repositories into volumes:
git_sync_container_repository =
git_sync_container_tag = v2.0.5
git_sync_init_container_name = git-sync-clone
# The name of the Kubernetes service account to be associated with airflow workers, if any.
# Service accounts are required for workers that require access to secrets or cluster resources.
# See the Kubernetes RBAC documentation for more:
worker_service_account_name =
# Any image pull secrets to be given to worker pods, If more than one secret is
# required, provide a comma separated list: secret_a,secret_b
image_pull_secrets =
# GCP Service Account Keys to be provided to tasks run on Kubernetes Executors
# Should be supplied in the format: key-name-1:key-path-1,key-name-2:key-path-2
gcp_service_account_keys =
# Use the service account kubernetes gives to pods to connect to kubernetes cluster.
# It's intended for clients that expect to be running inside a pod running on kubernetes.
# It will raise an exception if called from a process not running in a kubernetes environment.
in_cluster = True
# Affinity configuration as a single line formatted JSON object.
# See the affinity model for top-level key names (e.g. `nodeAffinity`, etc.):
affinity =
# A list of toleration objects as a single line formatted JSON array
# See:
tolerations =
# The Key-value pairs to be given to worker pods.
# The worker pods will be scheduled to the nodes of the specified key-value pairs.
# Should be supplied in the format: key = value
# The scheduler mounts the following secrets into your workers as they are launched by the
# scheduler. You may define as many secrets as needed and the kubernetes launcher will parse the
# defined secrets and mount them as secret environment variables in the launched workers.
# Secrets in this section are defined as follows
# <environment_variable_mount> = <kubernetes_secret_object>:<kubernetes_secret_key>
# For example if you wanted to mount a kubernetes secret key named `postgres_password` from the
# kubernetes secret object `airflow-secret` as the environment variable `POSTGRES_PASSWORD` into
# your workers you would follow the following format:
# POSTGRES_PASSWORD = airflow-secret:postgres_credentials
# Additionally you may override worker airflow settings with the AIRFLOW__<SECTION>__<KEY>
# formatting as supported by airflow normally.