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# Configuration Cheat Sheet
This is a cheat sheet for the Gitea configuration file. It is helpful for more fully understanding how it powers Gitea.
This is a cheat sheet for the Gitea configuration file. It contains all settings that can configured.
Before getting started, make sure you know that any change to the configuration should be made in `custom/conf/app.ini` or any corresponding location.
Any changes to the Gitea configuration file should be made in `custom/conf/app.ini` or any corresponding location. When installing from a distribution, this will typically be found at `/etc/gitea/conf/app.ini`.
All default settings can be found in [app.ini.sample](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/blob/master/custom/conf/app.ini.sample) (replace master in URL with name of tag for released versions). If you see anything which looks like `%(X)s`, it is a feature powered by [ini](https://github.com/go-ini/ini/#recursive-values) for reading values recursively.
Any configuration option that is marked by :exclamation: means that you should keep the default value unless you fully understand what you are doing.
The defaults provided here are best-effort (not built automatically). They are accurately recorded in [app.ini.sample](https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/blob/master/custom/conf/app.ini.sample) (s/master/<tag|release\>. Any string in the format `%(X)s` is a feature powered by [ini](https://github.com/go-ini/ini/#recursive-values), for reading values recursively.
Values containing `#` or `;` must be quoted using `` ` `` or `"""`.
**Note** that you have to restart Gitea for changes to take effect.
**Note:** A full restart is required for Gitea configuration changes to take effect.
## Overall (`DEFAULT`)
- `APP_NAME`: Application name, change to whatever you want.
- `RUN_USER`: The user to run Gitea as, we recommend it be `git`; however, change this to whatever your username is if you run Gitea on your personal computer. Gitea may crash if this value is not set properly.
- `RUN_MODE`: For performance and other purposes, change this to `prod` when deployed to a production environment. The installation process will set this to `prod` automatically.
- `APP_NAME`: **Gitea: Git with a cup of tea**: Application name, used in the page title.
- `RUN_USER`: **git**: The user Gitea will run as. This should be a dedicated service (non-user) account. Setting this incorrectly will cause Gitea to not start.
- `RUN_MODE`: **dev**: For performance and other purposes, change this to `prod` when deployed to a production environment. The installation process will set this to `prod` automatically. \[prod, dev, test\]
## Repository (`repository`)
- `ROOT`: Root path for storing all users' repository data. It must be an absolute path. The default is `~/<username>/gitea-repositories`.
- `SCRIPT_TYPE`: The script type your server supports, usually this is `bash`, but some customers report that they only have `sh`.
- `ANSI_CHARSET`: The default charset for an unrecognized charset.
- `FORCE_PRIVATE`: Force every new repository to be private.
- `DEFAULT_PRIVATE`: Default private when create a new repository, could be: `last`, `private` and `public`. Default is last which means last user repo visiblity.
- `MAX_CREATION_LIMIT`: Global maximum creation limit of repositories per user, `-1` means no limit.
- `PULL_REQUEST_QUEUE_LENGTH`:exclamation:: Length of pull request patch test queue, make it as large as possible.
- `MIRROR_QUEUE_LENGTH`: Patch test queue length, increase if pull request patch testing starts hanging. Defaults to 1000.
- `PREFERRED_LICENSES`: Preferred Licenses to place at the top of the List. Name must match file name in conf/license or custom/conf/license. Defaults to 'Apache License 2.0,MIT License'
- `DISABLE_HTTP_GIT`: Disable ability to interact with repositories by HTTP protocol. Defaults to false
- `USE_COMPAT_SSH_URI`: Force ssh:// clone url instead of scp-style uri when default SSH port is used. Defaults to false.
- `ROOT`: **~/gitea-repositories/**: Root path for storing all repository data. It must be an absolute path.
- `SCRIPT_TYPE`: **bash**: The script type your server supports, usually this is `bash`, but some users report that only `sh` is available.
- `ANSI_CHARSET`: **\<empty\>**: The default charset for an unrecognized charset.
- `FORCE_PRIVATE`: **false**: Force every new repository to be private.
- `DEFAULT_PRIVATE`: **last**: Default private when create a new repository. \[last, private, public\]
- `MAX_CREATION_LIMIT`: **-1**: Global maximum creation limit of repositories per user, `-1` means no limit.
- `PULL_REQUEST_QUEUE_LENGTH`: **1000**: Length of pull request patch test queue, make it as large as possible. Use caution when editing this value.
- `MIRROR_QUEUE_LENGTH`: **1000**: Patch test queue length, increase if pull request patch testing starts hanging.
- `PREFERRED_LICENSES`: **Apache License 2.0,MIT License**: Preferred Licenses to place at the top of the List. Name must match file name in conf/license or custom/conf/license.
- `DISABLE_HTTP_GIT`: **false**: Disable the ability to interact with repositories over the HTTP protocol.
- `USE_COMPAT_SSH_URI`: **false**: Force ssh:// clone url instead of scp-style uri when default SSH port is used.
## UI (`ui`)
- `EXPLORE_PAGING_NUM`: Number of repositories that are shown in one explore page.
- `ISSUE_PAGING_NUM`: Number of issues that are shown in one page (for all pages that list issues).
- `FEED_MAX_COMMIT_NUM`: Number of maximum commits shown in one activity feed.
- `EXPLORE_PAGING_NUM`: **20**: Number of repositories that are shown in one explore page.
- `ISSUE_PAGING_NUM`: **10**: Number of issues that are shown in one page (for all pages that list issues).
- `FEED_MAX_COMMIT_NUM`: **5**: Number of maximum commits shown in one activity feed.
### UI - Admin (`ui.admin`)
- `USER_PAGING_NUM`: Number of users that are shown in one page.
- `REPO_PAGING_NUM`: Number of repos that are shown in one page.
- `NOTICE_PAGING_NUM`: Number of notices that are shown in one page.
- `ORG_PAGING_NUM`: Number of organizations that are shown in one page.
- `USER_PAGING_NUM`: **50**: Number of users that are shown in one page.
- `REPO_PAGING_NUM`: **50**: Number of repos that are shown in one page.
- `NOTICE_PAGING_NUM`: **25**: Number of notices that are shown in one page.
- `ORG_PAGING_NUM`: **50**: Number of organizations that are shown in one page.
## Markdown (`markdown`)
- `ENABLE_HARD_LINE_BREAK`: Whether or not to enable hard the line break extension.
- `ENABLE_HARD_LINE_BREAK`: **false**: Whether or not to enable hard the line break extension.
## Server (`server`)
- `PROTOCOL`: Either `http`, `https`, `fcgi`, or `unix`.
- `DOMAIN`: Domain name of your server.
- `ROOT_URL`: Full public URL of Gitea server.
- `HTTP_ADDR`: HTTP listen address. If `PROTOCOL` is set to `fcgi`, Gitea will listen for FastCGI requests on TCP socket defined by `HTTP_ADDR` and `HTTP_PORT` configuration settings. If `PROTOCOL` is set to `unix`, this should be the name of the Unix socket file to use.
- `HTTP_PORT`: HTTP listen port. If `PROTOCOL` is set to `fcgi`, Gitea will listen for FastCGI requests on TCP socket defined by `HTTP_ADDR` and `HTTP_PORT` configuration settings.
- `UNIX_SOCKET_PERMISSION`: Permisson mode for Unix socket, default is 666.
- `DISABLE_SSH`: Disables SSH feature when it's not available.
- `START_SSH_SERVER`: Starts built-in SSH server when enabled.
- `SSH_DOMAIN`: Domain name of your ssh server.
- `SSH_PORT`: SSH port displayed in clone URL, in case yours is not `22`.
- `SSH_LISTEN_PORT`: Port for the built-in SSH server. Defaults to `SSH_PORT`.
- `OFFLINE_MODE`: Disables use of CDN for static files and Gravatar for profile pictures.
- `DISABLE_ROUTER_LOG`: Mutes printing of the router log.
- `CERT_FILE`: Cert file path used for HTTPS.
- `KEY_FILE`: Key file path used for HTTPS.
- `STATIC_ROOT_PATH`: Upper level of template and static files path, default is the path where Gitea is located.
- `ENABLE_GZIP`: Enables application-level GZIP support.
- `LANDING_PAGE`: Non-logged-in users' landing page, either `home` or `explore`.
- `LFS_START_SERVER`: Enables git-lfs support. `true` or `false`, default is `false`.
- `LFS_CONTENT_PATH`: Where your lfs files put on, default is `data/lfs`.
- `LFS_JWT_SECRET`: LFS authentication secret, changed this to yourself.
- `REDIRECT_OTHER_PORT`: If true and `PROTOCOL` is https, redirects http requests on another port to `ROOT_URL`, default is `false`.
- `PORT_TO_REDIRECT`: Port used when `REDIRECT_OTHER_PORT` is true, default is `80`.
- `PROTOCOL`: **http**: Either `http`, `https`, `fcgi`, or `unix`.
- `DOMAIN`: **localhost**: Domain name of your server.
- `ROOT_URL`: **%(PROTOCOL)s://%(DOMAIN)s:%(HTTP\_PORT)s/**: Full public URL of Gitea server.
- `HTTP_ADDR`: **0.0.0.0**: HTTP listen address.
- If `PROTOCOL` is set to `fcgi`, Gitea will listen for FastCGI requests on TCP socket defined by `HTTP_ADDR` and `HTTP_PORT` configuration settings.
- If `PROTOCOL` is set to `unix`, this should be the name of the Unix socket file to use.
- `HTTP_PORT`: **3000**: HTTP listen port.
- If `PROTOCOL` is set to `fcgi`, Gitea will listen for FastCGI requests on TCP socket defined by `HTTP_ADDR` and `HTTP_PORT` configuration settings.
- `UNIX_SOCKET_PERMISSION`: **666**: Permisson mode for Unix socket.
- `DISABLE_SSH`: **false**: Disables SSH feature when it's not available.
- `START_SSH_SERVER`: **false**: When enabled, uses the built-in SSH server.
- `SSH_DOMAIN`: **%(DOMAIN)s**: Domain name of your ssh server, used for displayed clone URL.
- `SSH_PORT`: **22**: SSH port displayed in clone URL.
- `SSH_LISTEN_PORT`: **%(SSH\_PORT)s**: Port for the built-in SSH server.
- `OFFLINE_MODE`: **false**: Disables use of CDN for static files and Gravatar for profile pictures.
- `DISABLE_ROUTER_LOG`: **false**: Mutes printing of the router log.
- `CERT_FILE`: **custom/https/cert.pem**: Cert file path used for HTTPS.
- `KEY_FILE`: **custom/https/key.pem**: Key file path used for HTTPS.
- `STATIC_ROOT_PATH`: **./**: Upper level of template and static files path.
- `ENABLE_GZIP`: **false**: Enables application-level GZIP support.
- `LANDING_PAGE`: **home**: Landing page for unauthenticated users, either `home` or `explore`.
- `LFS_START_SERVER`: **false**: Enables git-lfs support.
- `LFS_CONTENT_PATH`: **./data/lfs**: Where to store lfs files.
- `LFS_JWT_SECRET`: **\<empty\>**: LFS authentication secret, change this a unique string.
- `REDIRECT_OTHER_PORT`: **false**: If true and `PROTOCOL` is https, redirects http requests on another (https) port.
- `PORT_TO_REDIRECT`: **80**: Port used when `REDIRECT_OTHER_PORT` is true.
## Database (`database`)
- `DB_TYPE`: The database type you choose, either `mysql`, `postgres`, `mssql` or `sqlite3`.
- `HOST`: Database host address and port.
- `NAME`: Database name.
- `USER`: Database username.
- `PASSWD`: Database user password.
- `SSL_MODE`: For PostgreSQL only.
- `PATH`: For SQLite3 only, the database file path.
- `DB_TYPE`: **mysql**: The database type you choose, either `mysql`, `postgres`, `mssql` or `sqlite3`.
- `HOST`: **127.0.0.1:3306**: Database host address and port.
- `NAME`: **gitea**: Database name.
- `USER`: **root**: Database username.
- `PASSWD`: **\<empty\>**: Database user password.
- `SSL_MODE`: **disable**: For PostgreSQL only.
- `PATH`: **data/gitea.db**: For SQLite3 only, the database file path.
## Security (`security`)
- `INSTALL_LOCK`: Indicates whether to allow the open install page (setting admin account is involved, so it's a very important value).
- `SECRET_KEY`: Global secret key for your server security, **you'd better change it** (will generate a random string every time you install).
- `LOGIN_REMEMBER_DAYS`: Cookie lifetime, in days.
- `COOKIE_USERNAME`: Name of the cookie that saves username.
- `COOKIE_REMEMBER_NAME`: Name of cookie that saves auto-login information.
- `REVERSE_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION_USER`: Header name for reverse proxy authentication username.
- `DISABLE_GIT_HOOKS`: Prevent all users (including admin) from creating custom git hooks (defaults to false)
- `INSTALL_LOCK`: **false**: Disable to allow accessing the install page.
- `SECRET_KEY`: **random at every install**: Global secret key. This should be changed.
- `LOGIN_REMEMBER_DAYS`: **7**: Cookie lifetime, in days.
- `COOKIE_USERNAME`: **gitea\_awesome**: Name of the cookie used to store the current username.
- `COOKIE_REMEMBER_NAME`: **gitea\_incredible**: Name of cookie used to store authentication information.
- `REVERSE_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION_USER`: **X-WEBAUTH-USER**: Header name for reverse proxy authentication.
- `DISABLE_GIT_HOOKS`: **false**: Prevent all users (including admin) from creating custom git hooks.
## OpenID (`openid`)
- `ENABLE_OPENID_SIGNIN`: Whether to allow signin in via OpenID (defaults to false).
- `ENABLE_OPENID_SIGNUP`: Whether to allow registering via OpenID (defaults to `!DISABLE_REGISTRATION`).
- `WHITELISTED_URIS`: Space separated list of POSIX regexp patterns. If non empty OpenID URIs should match any of these to be granted access.
- `BLACKLISTED_URIS`: Space separated list of POSIX regexp pattenrs. OpenID URI matching any of these is refused access.
- `ENABLE_OPENID_SIGNIN`: **false**: Allow authentication in via OpenID.
- `ENABLE_OPENID_SIGNUP`: **! DISABLE\_REGISTRATION**: Allow registering via OpenID.
- `WHITELISTED_URIS`: **\<empty\>**: If non-empty, list of POSIX regex patterns matching OpenID URI's to permit.
- `BLACKLISTED_URIS`: **\<empty\>**: If non-empty, list of POSIX regex patterns matching OpenID URI's to block.
## Service (`service`)
- `ACTIVE_CODE_LIVE_MINUTES`: The minutes of active code life time.
- `RESET_PASSWD_CODE_LIVE_MINUTES`: The minutes of reset password code life time.
- `REGISTER_EMAIL_CONFIRM`: Enable this to ask for mail confirmation of registration, requires `Mailer` to be enabled.
- `DISABLE_REGISTRATION`: Disable registration, after which only admin can create accounts for users.
- `SHOW_REGISTRATION_BUTTON`: Indicate whether to show registration button or not.
- `REQUIRE_SIGNIN_VIEW`: Enable this to force users to log in to view any page.
- `ENABLE_CACHE_AVATAR`: Enable this to cache avatar from Gravatar.
- `ENABLE_NOTIFY_MAIL`: Enable this to send e-mail to watchers of repository when something happens like creating issues, requires `Mailer` to be enabled.
- `ENABLE_REVERSE_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION`: Enable this to allow reverse proxy authentication, more detail: https://github.com/gogits/gogs/issues/165
- `ENABLE_REVERSE_PROXY_AUTO_REGISTRATION`: Enable this to allow auto-registration for reverse authentication.
- `DISABLE_MINIMUM_KEY_SIZE_CHECK`: Do not check minimum key size with corresponding type.
- `ENABLE_CAPTCHA`: Enable this to use captcha validation for registration.
- `ACTIVE_CODE_LIVE_MINUTES`: **180**: Time limit (min) to confirm account/email registration.
- `RESET_PASSWD_CODE_LIVE_MINUTES`: **180**: Time limit (min) to confirm forgot password reset process.
- `REGISTER_EMAIL_CONFIRM`: **false**: Enable this to ask for mail confirmation of registration. Requires `Mailer` to be enabled.
- `DISABLE_REGISTRATION`: **false**: Disable registration, after which only admin can create accounts for users.
- `REQUIRE_SIGNIN_VIEW`: **false**: Enable this to force users to log in to view any page.
- `ENABLE_NOTIFY_MAIL`: **false**: Enable this to send e-mail to watchers of a repository when something happens, like creating issues. Requires `Mailer` to be enabled.
- `ENABLE_REVERSE_PROXY_AUTHENTICATION`: **false**: Enable this to allow reverse proxy authentication.
- `ENABLE_REVERSE_PROXY_AUTO_REGISTRATION`: **false**: Enable this to allow auto-registration for reverse authentication.
- `ENABLE_CAPTCHA`: **true**: Enable this to use captcha validation for registration.
## Webhook (`webhook`)
- `QUEUE_LENGTH`:exclamation:: Hook task queue length.
- `DELIVER_TIMEOUT`: Delivery timeout in seconds for shooting webhooks.
- `SKIP_TLS_VERIFY`: Indicate whether to allow insecure certification or not.
- `PAGING_NUM`: Number of webhook history that are shown in one page.
- `QUEUE_LENGTH`: **1000**: Hook task queue length. Use caution when editing this value.
- `DELIVER_TIMEOUT`: **5**: Delivery timeout (sec) for shooting webhooks.
- `SKIP_TLS_VERIFY`: **false**: Allow insecure certification.
- `PAGING_NUM`: **10**: Number of webhook history events that are shown in one page.
## Mailer (`mailer`)
- `ENABLED`: Enable this to use a mail service.
- `DISABLE_HELO`: Disable HELO operation.
- `HELO_HOSTNAME`: Custom hostname for HELO operation.
- `HOST`: SMTP mail host address and port (example: smtp.gitea.io:587).
- `FROM`: Mail from address, RFC 5322. This can be just an email address, or the "Name" \<email@example.com\> format.
- `USER`: Username of mailer (usually just your e-mail address).
- `PASSWD`: Password of mailer.
- `SKIP_VERIFY`: Do not verify the self-signed certificates.
- `USE_SENDMAIL`: Use the operating system's `sendmail` command instead of SMTP. This is common on linux systems. Valid values are `true` to use sendmail and `false` to use SMTP (default). Note that enabling sendmail will ignore all other `mailer` settings except `ENABLED`, `FROM` and `SENDMAIL_PATH`.
- `SENDMAIL_PATH`: The location of sendmail on the operating system. This can be an absolute path (eg: `/usr/sbin/sendmail`) or just the name of the command (eg: `sendmail` - default) if it can be found in the `PATH` environment variable.
Note: Actually, Gitea supports only SMTP with STARTTLS.
- `ENABLED`: **false**: Enable to use a mail service.
- `DISABLE_HELO`: **\<empty\>**: Disable HELO operation.
- `HELO_HOSTNAME`: **\<empty\>**: Custom hostname for HELO operation.
- `HOST`: **\<empty\>**: SMTP mail host address and port (example: smtp.gitea.io:587).
- `FROM`: **\<empty\>**: Mail from address, RFC 5322. This can be just an email address, or the "Name" \<email@example.com\> format.
- `USER`: **\<empty\>**: Username of mailing user (usually the sender's e-mail address).
- `PASSWD`: **\<empty\>**: Password of mailing user.
- `SKIP_VERIFY`: **\<empty\>**: Do not verify the self-signed certificates.
- **Note:** Gitea only supports SMTP with STARTTLS.
- `USE_SENDMAIL`: **false** Use the operating system's `sendmail` command instead of SMTP. This is common on linux systems.
- Note that enabling sendmail will ignore all other `mailer` settings except `ENABLED`, `FROM` and `SENDMAIL_PATH`.
- `SENDMAIL_PATH`: **sendmail**: The location of sendmail on the operating system. (can be command or full path)
## Cache (`cache`)
- `ADAPTER`: Cache engine adapter, either `memory`, `redis`, or `memcache`. If you want to use `redis` or `memcache`, be sure to rebuild everything with build tags `redis` or `memcache`: `go build -tags='redis'`.
- `INTERVAL`: for memory cache only, GC interval in seconds.
- `HOST`: For redis and memcache, the host address and port number.
- `ADAPTER`: **memory**: Cache engine adapter, either `memory`, `redis`, or `memcache`. If you want to use `redis` or `memcache`, be sure to rebuild everything with build tags `redis` or `memcache`: `go build -tags='redis'`.
- `INTERVAL`: **60**: Garbage Collection interval (sec), for memory cache only.
- `HOST`: **\<empty\>**: Connection string for `redis` and `memcache`.
- Redis: `network=tcp,addr=127.0.0.1:6379,password=macaron,db=0,pool_size=100,idle_timeout=180`
- Memache: `127.0.0.1:9090;127.0.0.1:9091`
## Session (`session`)
- `PROVIDER`: Session engine provider, either `memory`, `file`, `redis`, or `mysql`.
- `PROVIDER_CONFIG`: For file, it's the root path; for others, it's the host address and port number.
- `COOKIE_SECURE`: Enable this to force using HTTPS for all session access.
- `COOKIE_NAME`: The name of the cookie used for the session ID, defaults to `i_like_gitea`.
- `GC_INTERVAL_TIME`: GC interval in seconds.
- `PROVIDER`: **memory**: Session engine provider, either `memory`, `file`, `redis`, or `mysql`.
- `PROVIDER_CONFIG`: **data/sessions**: For file, the root path; for others, the connection string.
- `COOKIE_SECURE`: **false**: Enable this to force using HTTPS for all session access.
- `COOKIE_NAME`: **i\_like\_gitea**: The name of the cookie used for the session ID, defaults to `i_like_gitea`.
- `GC_INTERVAL_TIME`: **86400**: GC interval in seconds.
## Picture (`picture`)
- `GRAVATAR_SOURCE`: Can be `gravatar`, `duoshuo` or anything like `http://cn.gravatar.com/avatar/`.
- `DISABLE_GRAVATAR`: Enable this to use local avatars only.
- `ENABLE_FEDERATED_AVATAR`: Enable support for federated avatars (see http://www.libravatar.org)
- `AVATAR_UPLOAD_PATH`: Path to store local and cached files.
- `GRAVATAR_SOURCE`: **gravatar**: Can be `gravatar`, `duoshuo` or anything like `http://cn.gravatar.com/avatar/`.
- `DISABLE_GRAVATAR`: **false**: Enable this to use local avatars only.
- `ENABLE_FEDERATED_AVATAR`: **false**: Enable support for federated avatars (see http://www.libravatar.org)
- `AVATAR_UPLOAD_PATH`: **data/avatars**: Path to store local and cached files.
## Attachment (`attachment`)
- `ENABLED`: Enable this to allow users upload attachments.
- `PATH`: Path to store attachments.
- `ALLOWED_TYPES`: Allowed MIME types, e.g. `image/jpeg|image/png`, use `*/*` for all types.
- `MAX_SIZE`: Maximum size in MB, e.g. `4`
- `MAX_FILES`: Maximum number of attachments can be uploaded at once, e.g. `5`.
- `ENABLED`: **true**: Enable this to allow uploading attachments.
- `PATH`: **data/attachments**: Path to store attachments.
- `ALLOWED_TYPES`: **see app.ini.sample**: Allowed MIME types, e.g. `image/jpeg|image/png`, use `*/*` for all types.
- `MAX_SIZE`: **4**: Maximum size (MB).
- `MAX_FILES`: **5**: Maximum number of attachments that can be uploaded at once.
## Log (`log`)
- `ROOT_PATH`: Root path for log files.
- `MODE`: Logging mode, default is `console`. For multiple modes, use comma to separate it.
- `LEVEL`: General log level, default is `Trace`.
- `ROOT_PATH`: **\<empty\>**: Root path for log files.
- `MODE`: **console**: Logging mode. For multiple modes, use a comma to separate values.
- `LEVEL`: **Trace**: General log level. \[Trace, Debug, Info, Warn, Error, Critical\]
## Cron (`cron`)
- `ENABLED`: Enable this to run cron tasks periodically.
- `RUN_AT_START`: Enable this to run cron tasks at start time.
- `ENABLED`: **true**: Run cron tasks periodically.
- `RUN_AT_START`: **false**: Run cron tasks at application start-up.
### Cron - Cleanup old repository archives (`cron.archive_cleanup`)
- `ENABLED`: Enable service. Defaults to true.
- `RUN_AT_START`: Run tasks at start up time (if ENABLED). Defaults to true.
- `SCHEDULE`: Cron syntax for scheduling repository archive cleanup, e.g. `@every 1h`. Defaults to `@every 24h`.
- `OLDER_THAN`: Archives created more than `OLDER_THAN` ago are subject to deletion, e.g. `12h`. Defaults to `24h`.
- `ENABLED`: **true**: Enable service.
- `RUN_AT_START`: **true**: Run tasks at start up time (if ENABLED).
- `SCHEDULE`: **@every 24h**: Cron syntax for scheduling repository archive cleanup, e.g. `@every 1h`.
- `OLDER_THAN`: **24h**: Archives created more than `OLDER_THAN` ago are subject to deletion, e.g. `12h`.
### Cron - Update Mirrors (`cron.update_mirrors`)
- `SCHEDULE`: Cron syntax for scheduling update mirrors, e.g. `@every 1h`.
- `SCHEDULE`: **@every 10m**: Cron syntax for scheduling update mirrors, e.g. `@every 3h`.
### Cron - Repository Health Check (`cron.repo_health_check`)
- `SCHEDULE`: Cron syntax for scheduling repository health check, e.g. `@every 24h`.
- `TIMEOUT`: Time duration syntax for health check execution timeout, e.g. `60s`.
- `ARGS`: Arguments for command `git fsck`, e.g. `--unreachable --tags`.
- `SCHEDULE`: **every 24h**: Cron syntax for scheduling repository health check.
- `TIMEOUT`: **60s**: Time duration syntax for health check execution timeout.
- `ARGS`: **\<empty\>**: Arguments for command `git fsck`, e.g. `--unreachable --tags`.
### Cron - Repository Statistics Check (`cron.check_repo_stats`)
- `RUN_AT_START`: Enable this to run repository statistics check at start time.
- `SCHEDULE`: Cron syntax for scheduling repository statistics check, e.g. `@every 24h`.
- `RUN_AT_START`: **true**: Run repository statistics check at start time.
- `SCHEDULE`: **@every 24h**: Cron syntax for scheduling repository statistics check.
## Git (`git`)
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_LINES`: Max number of lines allowed of a single file in diff view.
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_LINE_CHARACTERS`: Max number of characters of a line allowed in diff view.
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_FILES`: Max number of files shown in diff view.
- `GC_ARGS`: Arguments for command `git gc`, e.g. `--aggressive --auto`.
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_LINES`: **100**: Max number of lines allowed of a single file in diff view.
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_LINE_CHARACTERS`: **5000**: Max character count per line highlighted in diff view.
- `MAX_GIT_DIFF_FILES`: **100**: Max number of files shown in diff view.
- `GC_ARGS`: **\<empty\>**: Arguments for command `git gc`, e.g. `--aggressive --auto`.
## markup (`markup`)
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## Other (`other`)
- `SHOW_FOOTER_BRANDING`: Enable this to show Gitea branding in the footer.
- `SHOW_FOOTER_VERSION`: Enable this to show Gitea version information in the footer.
- `SHOW_FOOTER_TEMPLATE_LOAD_TIME`: Enable this to show time of template execution in the footer.
- `SHOW_FOOTER_BRANDING`: **false**: Show Gitea branding in the footer.
- `SHOW_FOOTER_VERSION`: **true**: Show Gitea version information in the footer.
- `SHOW_FOOTER_TEMPLATE_LOAD_TIME`: **true**: Show time of template execution in the footer.
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