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Configuring Errbit

Following the recommendation of 12factor.net, Errbit takes all of its configuration from environment variables. You can use dotenv, which is included in the Gemfile, to fill in any values that you can't or won't supply through the environment.

In order of precedence Errbit uses:

  1. Environment variables (for example MY_VALUE=abc bundle exec puma)
  2. Values provided in a .env file
  3. Default values from .env.default

Configuration Parameters

ERRBIT_HOST
Hostname to use when building links back to Errbit
defaults to errbit.example.com
ERRBIT_PROTOCOL
Protocol to use when building links back to Errbit (http or https)
defaults to http
ERRBIT_PORT
TCP port to use when building links back to Errbit
ERRBIT_ENFORCE_SSL
When enabled, Errbit forces all traffic over https
defaults to false
ERRBIT_ADMIN_EMAIL
E-Mail address of initial admin user
defaults to `errbit@errbit.example.com`
ERRBIT_ADMIN_PASSWORD
Password of initial admin user
defaults to some random string (see output of `$ rake db:seed`)
ERRBIT_ADMIN_USER
Username of initial admin user
defaults to `errbit`
ERRBIT_CONFIRM_ERR_ACTIONS
Present confirmation dialogs when users act on errors
defaults to true
ERRBIT_USER_HAS_USERNAME
Allow users to have a username field
defaults to true
ERRBIT_USE_GRAVATAR
Enable gravatar
defaults to true
ERRBIT_GRAVATAR_DEFAULT
Default gravatar image (see https://en.gravatar.com/site/implement/images/)
identicon
ERRBIT_EMAIL_FROM
The value that should be set in the 'from' field for outgoing emails
defaults to errbit@example.com
ERRBIT_EMAIL_AT_NOTICES
Errbit notifies watchers via email after the set number of occurances of the same error. [0] means notify on every occurance.
defaults to [1,10,100]
ERRBIT_PER_APP_EMAIL_AT_NOTICES
Let every application have it's own configuration rather than using ERRBIT_EMAIL_AT_NOTICES. If this value is true, you can configure each app using the web UI.
defaults to false
ERRBIT_NOTIFY_AT_NOTICES
Notify each application's configured notification service after the set number of occurances of the same error. [0] means notify on every occurance.
defaults to [0]
ERRBIT_PER_APP_NOTIFY_AT_NOTICES
Let every application have it's own configuration rather than using ERRBIT_NOTIFY_AT_NOTICES. If this value is set to true, you can configure each app using the web UI.
defaults to false
ERRBIT_PROBLEM_DESTROY_AFTER_DAYS
Number of days to keep errors in the database when running rake errbit:clear_outdated
defaults to nil (off)
SERVE_STATIC_ASSETS
Allow Rails to serve static assets. For most production environments, this should be false because your web server should be configured to serve static assets for you. But some environments like Heroku require this to be true.
defaults to true
SECRET_KEY_BASE
For production environments, you should run `rake secret` to generate a secret, unique key for this parameter
defaults to f258ed69266dc8ad0ca79363c3d2f945c388a9c5920fc9a1ae99a98fbb619f135001c6434849b625884a9405a60cd3d50fc3e3b07ecd38cbed7406a4fccdb59c
MONGO_URL
URL connection string for mongo in the form mongodb://username:password@example.com:port To more easily set up connections to third party mongo providers, you can call this value MONGODB_URI, MONGOLAB_URI, MONGOHQ_URL, MONGODB_URL or MONGO_URL
defaults to mongodb://localhost/errbit_<Rails.env>
GITHUB_URL
Use this URL for interacting github. This is useful if you have a github enterprise account and you're using a URL other than https://github.com
defaults to https://github.com
GITHUB_API_URL
For github enterprise accounts, the API URL could be something like https://github.example.com/api/v3
defaults to https://api.github.com
GITHUB_AUTHENTICATION
Allow github sign-in via OAuth
defaults to true
GITHUB_CLIENT_ID
Client id of your github application
GITHUB_SECRET
Secret key for your github application
GITHUB_ORG_ID
ID of your github organization. If set, Errbit will create user accounts for users in your github organization who sign into Errbit without having a user account
GITHUB_ACCESS_SCOPE
OAuth scope to request from users when they sign-in through github
defaults to [repo]
GITHUB_SITE_TITLE
The title to use for GitHub. This value is whatever you want displayed in the Errbit UI when referring to GitHub.
defaults to GitHub
GOOGLE_AUTHENTICATION
Allow google sign-in via OAuth
defaults to true
GOOGLE_AUTO_PROVISION
Allow automatic account creation after sign-in via OAuth
GOOGLE_CLIENT_ID
Client id of your google application
GOOGLE_SECRET
Secret key for your google application
GOOGLE_REDIRECT_URI
The redirect URI for your application (useful if you want to redirect using HTTPS)
defaults to the HTTP location of ERRBIT_HOST
GOOGLE_AUTHORIZED_DOMAINS
A comma-delimited list of account domains that are permitted to sign-in (recommended to set when GOOGLE_AUTO_PROVISION is set to true)
GOOGLE_SITE_TITLE
The title to use for Google. This value is whatever you want displayed in the Errbit UI when referring to Google.
defaults to Google
EMAIL_DELIVERY_METHOD
:smtp or :sendmail, depending on how you want Errbit to send email
SMTP_SERVER
Server address for outgoing SMTP messages
SMTP_PORT
Server port for outgoing SMTP messages
SMTP_AUTHENTICATION
Authentication method for the SMTP connection (see http://guides.rubyonrails.org/action_mailer_basics.html#action-mailer-configuration)
SMTP_USERNAME
Username for SMTP auth, you could also set SENDGRID_USERNAME
SMTP_PASSWORD
Password for SMTP auth, you could also set SENDGRID_PASSWORD
SMTP_DOMAIN
HELO domain to set for outgoing SMTP messages, you can also use SENDGRID_DOMAIN
SMTP_ENABLE_STARTTLS_AUTO
Detects if STARTTLS is enabled in your SMTP server and starts to use it
SMTP_OPENSSL_VERIFY_MODE
When using TLS, you can set how OpenSSL checks the certificate. This is really useful if you need to validate a self-signed and/or a wildcard certificate. You can use the name of an OpenSSL verify constant ('none', 'peer', 'client_once', 'fail_if_no_peer_cert').
SENDMAIL_LOCATION
Path to sendmail
SENDMAIL_ARGUMENTS
Custom arguments for sendmail
DEVISE_MODULES
Devise modules to enable
defaults to [database_authenticatable,recoverable,rememberable,trackable,validatable,omniauthable]