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Configuration : Command Line Arguments

Running RavenDB using command line options provides the ability to setup both its behavior (e.g. running as daemon or service) and its configuration options.

Arguments

Argument Details Example
-h | -? | --help Print command line arguments list Raven.Server -h
-v | --version Displays version and exits Raven.Server -v
--print-id Prints server ID upon server start Raven.Server --print-id
-n | --non-interactive Run in non-interactive mode. After RavenDB finishes initialization and starts up, no CLI prompt will be displayed. This is useful when running as service. CLI management is still fully available through the use of rvn admin-channel. Do note it is possible to enter non-interactive mode automatically if prompt is not available due to OS limitations, but still rvn use is available. More information about 'Running as a Service' can be found here. Raven.Server -n
--service-name=<service name> Set service name. Only applies to RavenDB running on Windows OS as Service Raven.Server --service-name=RavenDbService
-c=<path> | --config-path=<path> Sets custom configuration file path. Sets the setting.json file to be used by RavenDB Raven.Server -c=/home/myuser/settings.local.json
--browser Attempts to open RavenDB Studio in the browser Raven.Server --browser
-l | --log-to-console Print logs to console (when run in non-interactive mode) Raven.Server -l

Docker

Running a Docker instance using -e Docker's argument can help you pass few configuration options to RavenDB, e.g. :

docker run --name docker_nightly -e PublicServerUrl=http://10.0.75.2:8080 -e UNSECURED_ACCESS_ALLOWED=PublicNetwork -p 8081:8080 -p 38889:38888 ravendb/ravendb-nightly

The environment variables available when running Docker are:

  • BindPort (8080)
  • BindTcpPort (38888)
  • ConfigPath
  • DataDir
  • PublicServerUrl
  • PublicTcpServerUrl
  • LogsMode
  • CertificatePath
  • CertificatePassword
  • Hostname