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# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
# GitLab application config file #
# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #
#
########################### NOTE #####################################
# This file should not receive new settings. All configuration options #
# are being moved to ApplicationSetting model! #
########################################################################
#
# How to use:
# 1. Copy file as gitlab.yml
# 2. Update gitlab -> host with your fully qualified domain name
# 3. Update gitlab -> email_from
# 4. If you installed Git from source, change git -> bin_path to /usr/local/bin/git
# IMPORTANT: If Git was installed in a different location use that instead.
# You can check with `which git`. If a wrong path of Git is specified, it will
# result in various issues such as failures of GitLab CI builds.
# 5. Review this configuration file for other settings you may want to adjust
production: &base
#
# 1. GitLab app settings
# ==========================
## GitLab settings
gitlab:
## Web server settings (note: host is the FQDN, do not include http://)
host: localhost
port: 80 # Set to 443 if using HTTPS, see installation.md#using-https for additional HTTPS configuration details
https: false # Set to true if using HTTPS, see installation.md#using-https for additional HTTPS configuration details
# Uncommment this line below if your ssh host is different from HTTP/HTTPS one
# (you'd obviously need to replace ssh.host_example.com with your own host).
# Otherwise, ssh host will be set to the `host:` value above
# ssh_host: ssh.host_example.com
# WARNING: See config/application.rb under "Relative url support" for the list of
# other files that need to be changed for relative url support
# relative_url_root: /gitlab
# Uncomment and customize if you can't use the default user to run GitLab (default: 'git')
# user: git
## Date & Time settings
# Uncomment and customize if you want to change the default time zone of GitLab application.
# To see all available zones, run `bundle exec rake time:zones:all RAILS_ENV=production`
# time_zone: 'UTC'
## Email settings
# Uncomment and set to false if you need to disable email sending from GitLab (default: true)
# email_enabled: true
# Email address used in the "From" field in mails sent by GitLab
email_from: example@example.com
email_display_name: GitLab
email_reply_to: noreply@example.com
# Email server smtp settings are in config/initializers/smtp_settings.rb.sample
# default_can_create_group: false # default: true
# username_changing_enabled: false # default: true - User can change her username/namespace
## Default theme
## BASIC = 1
## MARS = 2
## MODERN = 3
## GRAY = 4
## COLOR = 5
# default_theme: 2 # default: 2
## Automatic issue closing
# If a commit message matches this regular expression, all issues referenced from the matched text will be closed.
# This happens when the commit is pushed or merged into the default branch of a project.
# When not specified the default issue_closing_pattern as specified below will be used.
# Tip: you can test your closing pattern at http://rubular.com.
# issue_closing_pattern: '((?:[Cc]los(?:e[sd]?|ing)|[Ff]ix(?:e[sd]|ing)?) +(?:(?:issues? +)?#\d+(?:(?:, *| +and +)?))+)'
## Default project features settings
default_projects_features:
issues: true
merge_requests: true
wiki: true
snippets: false
## Webhook settings
# Number of seconds to wait for HTTP response after sending webhook HTTP POST request (default: 10)
# webhook_timeout: 10
## Repository downloads directory
# When a user clicks e.g. 'Download zip' on a project, a temporary zip file is created in the following directory.
# The default is 'tmp/repositories' relative to the root of the Rails app.
# repository_downloads_path: tmp/repositories
## Gravatar
## For Libravatar see: http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/customization/libravatar.html
gravatar:
enabled: true # Use user avatar image from Gravatar.com (default: true)
# gravatar urls: possible placeholders: %{hash} %{size} %{email}
# plain_url: "http://..." # default: http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/%{hash}?s=%{size}&d=identicon
# ssl_url: "https://..." # default: https://secure.gravatar.com/avatar/%{hash}?s=%{size}&d=identicon
#
# 2. Auth settings
# ==========================
## LDAP settings
# You can inspect a sample of the LDAP users with login access by running:
# bundle exec rake gitlab:ldap:check RAILS_ENV=production
ldap:
enabled: false
servers:
##########################################################################
#
# Since GitLab 7.4, LDAP servers get ID's (below the ID is 'main'). GitLab
# Enterprise Edition now supports connecting to multiple LDAP servers.
#
# If you are updating from the old (pre-7.4) syntax, you MUST give your
# old server the ID 'main'.
#
##########################################################################
main: # 'main' is the GitLab 'provider ID' of this LDAP server
## label
#
# A human-friendly name for your LDAP server. It is OK to change the label later,
# for instance if you find out it is too large to fit on the web page.
#
# Example: 'Paris' or 'Acme, Ltd.'
label: 'LDAP'
host: '_your_ldap_server'
port: 389
uid: 'sAMAccountName'
method: 'plain' # "tls" or "ssl" or "plain"
bind_dn: '_the_full_dn_of_the_user_you_will_bind_with'
password: '_the_password_of_the_bind_user'
# This setting specifies if LDAP server is Active Directory LDAP server.
# For non AD servers it skips the AD specific queries.
# If your LDAP server is not AD, set this to false.
active_directory: true
# If allow_username_or_email_login is enabled, GitLab will ignore everything
# after the first '@' in the LDAP username submitted by the user on login.
#
# Example:
# - the user enters 'jane.doe@example.com' and 'p@ssw0rd' as LDAP credentials;
# - GitLab queries the LDAP server with 'jane.doe' and 'p@ssw0rd'.
#
# If you are using "uid: 'userPrincipalName'" on ActiveDirectory you need to
# disable this setting, because the userPrincipalName contains an '@'.
allow_username_or_email_login: false
# To maintain tight control over the number of active users on your GitLab installation,
# enable this setting to keep new users blocked until they have been cleared by the admin
# (default: false).
block_auto_created_users: false
# Base where we can search for users
#
# Ex. ou=People,dc=gitlab,dc=example
#
base: ''
# Filter LDAP users
#
# Format: RFC 4515 http://tools.ietf.org/search/rfc4515
# Ex. (employeeType=developer)
#
# Note: GitLab does not support omniauth-ldap's custom filter syntax.
#
user_filter: ''
# GitLab EE only: add more LDAP servers
# Choose an ID made of a-z and 0-9 . This ID will be stored in the database
# so that GitLab can remember which LDAP server a user belongs to.
# uswest2:
# label:
# host:
# ....
## OmniAuth settings
omniauth:
# Allow login via Twitter, Google, etc. using OmniAuth providers
enabled: false
# CAUTION!
# This allows users to login without having a user account first (default: false).
# User accounts will be created automatically when authentication was successful.
allow_single_sign_on: false
# Locks down those users until they have been cleared by the admin (default: true).
block_auto_created_users: true
## Auth providers
# Uncomment the following lines and fill in the data of the auth provider you want to use
# If your favorite auth provider is not listed you can use others:
# see https://github.com/gitlabhq/gitlab-public-wiki/wiki/Custom-omniauth-provider-configurations
# The 'app_id' and 'app_secret' parameters are always passed as the first two
# arguments, followed by optional 'args' which can be either a hash or an array.
# Documentation for this is available at http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/integration/omniauth.html
providers:
# - { name: 'google_oauth2', app_id: 'YOUR_APP_ID',
# app_secret: 'YOUR_APP_SECRET',
# args: { access_type: 'offline', approval_prompt: '' } }
# - { name: 'twitter', app_id: 'YOUR_APP_ID',
# app_secret: 'YOUR_APP_SECRET'}
# - { name: 'github', app_id: 'YOUR_APP_ID',
# app_secret: 'YOUR_APP_SECRET',
# args: { scope: 'user:email' } }
# - { name: 'gitlab', app_id: 'YOUR_APP_ID',
# app_secret: 'YOUR_APP_SECRET',
# args: { scope: 'api' } }
# - { name: 'bitbucket', app_id: 'YOUR_APP_ID',
# app_secret: 'YOUR_APP_SECRET'}
#
# 3. Advanced settings
# ==========================
# GitLab Satellites
satellites:
# Relative paths are relative to Rails.root (default: tmp/repo_satellites/)
path: /home/git/gitlab-satellites/
timeout: 30
## Backup settings
backup:
path: "tmp/backups" # Relative paths are relative to Rails.root (default: tmp/backups/)
# keep_time: 604800 # default: 0 (forever) (in seconds)
# upload:
# # Fog storage connection settings, see http://fog.io/storage/ .
# connection:
# provider: AWS
# region: eu-west-1
# aws_access_key_id: AKIAKIAKI
# aws_secret_access_key: 'secret123'
# # The remote 'directory' to store your backups. For S3, this would be the bucket name.
# remote_directory: 'my.s3.bucket'
## GitLab Shell settings
gitlab_shell:
path: /home/git/gitlab-shell/
# REPOS_PATH MUST NOT BE A SYMLINK!!!
repos_path: /home/git/repositories/
hooks_path: /home/git/gitlab-shell/hooks/
# Git over HTTP
upload_pack: true
receive_pack: true
# If you use non-standard ssh port you need to specify it
# ssh_port: 22
## Git settings
# CAUTION!
# Use the default values unless you really know what you are doing
git:
bin_path: /usr/bin/git
# The next value is the maximum memory size grit can use
# Given in number of bytes per git object (e.g. a commit)
# This value can be increased if you have very large commits
max_size: 20971520 # 20.megabytes
# Git timeout to read a commit, in seconds
timeout: 10
#
# 4. Extra customization
# ==========================
extra:
## Google analytics. Uncomment if you want it
# google_analytics_id: '_your_tracking_id'
## Piwik analytics.
# piwik_url: '_your_piwik_url'
# piwik_site_id: '_your_piwik_site_id'
rack_attack:
git_basic_auth:
# Rack Attack IP banning enabled
# enabled: true
#
# Whitelist requests from 127.0.0.1 for web proxies (NGINX/Apache) with incorrect headers
# ip_whitelist: ["127.0.0.1"]
#
# Limit the number of Git HTTP authentication attempts per IP
# maxretry: 10
#
# Reset the auth attempt counter per IP after 60 seconds
# findtime: 60
#
# Ban an IP for one hour (3600s) after too many auth attempts
# bantime: 3600
development:
<<: *base
test:
<<: *base
gravatar:
enabled: true
gitlab:
host: localhost
port: 80
# When you run tests we clone and setup gitlab-shell
# In order to setup it correctly you need to specify
# your system username you use to run GitLab
# user: YOUR_USERNAME
satellites:
path: tmp/tests/gitlab-satellites/
gitlab_shell:
path: tmp/tests/gitlab-shell/
repos_path: tmp/tests/repositories/
hooks_path: tmp/tests/gitlab-shell/hooks/
issues_tracker:
redmine:
title: "Redmine"
project_url: "http://redmine/projects/:issues_tracker_id"
issues_url: "http://redmine/:project_id/:issues_tracker_id/:id"
new_issue_url: "http://redmine/projects/:issues_tracker_id/issues/new"
ldap:
enabled: false
servers:
main:
label: ldap
host: 127.0.0.1
port: 3890
uid: 'uid'
method: 'plain' # "tls" or "ssl" or "plain"
base: 'dc=example,dc=com'
user_filter: ''
group_base: 'ou=groups,dc=example,dc=com'
admin_group: ''
sync_ssh_keys: false
staging:
<<: *base
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