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# This is the Dendrite configuration file.
#
# The configuration is split up into sections - each Dendrite component has a
# configuration section, in addition to the "global" section which applies to
# all components.
#
# At a minimum, to get started, you will need to update the settings in the
# "global" section for your deployment, and you will need to check that the
# database "connection_string" line in each component section is correct.
#
# Each component with a "database" section can accept the following formats
# for "connection_string":
# SQLite: file:filename.db
# file:///path/to/filename.db
# PostgreSQL: postgresql://user:pass@hostname/database?params=...
#
# SQLite is embedded into Dendrite and therefore no further prerequisites are
# needed for the database when using SQLite mode. However, performance with
# PostgreSQL is significantly better and recommended for multi-user deployments.
# SQLite is typically around 20-30% slower than PostgreSQL when tested with a
# small number of users and likely will perform worse still with a higher volume
# of users.
#
# The "max_open_conns" and "max_idle_conns" settings configure the maximum
# number of open/idle database connections. The value 0 will use the database
# engine default, and a negative value will use unlimited connections. The
# "conn_max_lifetime" option controls the maximum length of time a database
# connection can be idle in seconds - a negative value is unlimited.
# The version of the configuration file.
version: 1
# Global Matrix configuration. This configuration applies to all components.
global:
# The domain name of this homeserver.
server_name: localhost
# The path to the signing private key file, used to sign requests and events.
# Note that this is NOT the same private key as used for TLS! To generate a
# signing key, use "./bin/generate-keys --private-key matrix_key.pem".
private_key: matrix_key.pem
# The paths and expiry timestamps (as a UNIX timestamp in millisecond precision)
# to old signing private keys that were formerly in use on this domain. These
# keys will not be used for federation request or event signing, but will be
# provided to any other homeserver that asks when trying to verify old events.
# old_private_keys:
# - private_key: old_matrix_key.pem
# expired_at: 1601024554498
# How long a remote server can cache our server signing key before requesting it
# again. Increasing this number will reduce the number of requests made by other
# servers for our key but increases the period that a compromised key will be
# considered valid by other homeservers.
key_validity_period: 168h0m0s
# Lists of domains that the server will trust as identity servers to verify third
# party identifiers such as phone numbers and email addresses.
trusted_third_party_id_servers:
- matrix.org
- vector.im
# Disables federation. Dendrite will not be able to make any outbound HTTP requests
# to other servers and the federation API will not be exposed.
disable_federation: false
# Configuration for Kafka/Naffka.
kafka:
# List of Kafka broker addresses to connect to. This is not needed if using
# Naffka in monolith mode.
addresses:
- localhost:2181
# The prefix to use for Kafka topic names for this homeserver. Change this only if
# you are running more than one Dendrite homeserver on the same Kafka deployment.
topic_prefix: Dendrite
# Whether to use Naffka instead of Kafka. This is only available in monolith
# mode, but means that you can run a single-process server without requiring
# Kafka.
use_naffka: true
# The max size a Kafka message is allowed to use.
# You only need to change this value, if you encounter issues with too large messages.
# Must be less than/equal to "max.message.bytes" configured in Kafka.
# Defaults to 8388608 bytes.
# max_message_bytes: 8388608
# Naffka database options. Not required when using Kafka.
naffka_database:
connection_string: file:naffka.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Configuration for Prometheus metric collection.
metrics:
# Whether or not Prometheus metrics are enabled.
enabled: false
# HTTP basic authentication to protect access to monitoring.
basic_auth:
username: metrics
password: metrics
# DNS cache options. The DNS cache may reduce the load on DNS servers
# if there is no local caching resolver available for use.
dns_cache:
# Whether or not the DNS cache is enabled.
enabled: false
# Maximum number of entries to hold in the DNS cache, and
# for how long those items should be considered valid in seconds.
cache_size: 256
cache_lifetime: 300
# Configuration for the Appservice API.
app_service_api:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7777
connect: http://localhost:7777
database:
connection_string: file:appservice.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Disable the validation of TLS certificates of appservices. This is
# not recommended in production since it may allow appservice traffic
# to be sent to an unverified endpoint.
disable_tls_validation: false
# Appservice configuration files to load into this homeserver.
config_files: []
# Configuration for the Client API.
client_api:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7771
connect: http://localhost:7771
external_api:
listen: http://[::]:8071
# Prevents new users from being able to register on this homeserver, except when
# using the registration shared secret below.
registration_disabled: false
# If set, allows registration by anyone who knows the shared secret, regardless of
# whether registration is otherwise disabled.
registration_shared_secret: ""
# Whether to require reCAPTCHA for registration.
enable_registration_captcha: false
# Settings for ReCAPTCHA.
recaptcha_public_key: ""
recaptcha_private_key: ""
recaptcha_bypass_secret: ""
recaptcha_siteverify_api: ""
# TURN server information that this homeserver should send to clients.
turn:
turn_user_lifetime: ""
turn_uris: []
turn_shared_secret: ""
turn_username: ""
turn_password: ""
# Settings for rate-limited endpoints. Rate limiting will kick in after the
# threshold number of "slots" have been taken by requests from a specific
# host. Each "slot" will be released after the cooloff time in milliseconds.
rate_limiting:
enabled: true
threshold: 5
cooloff_ms: 500
# Configuration for the EDU server.
edu_server:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7778
connect: http://localhost:7778
# Configuration for the Federation API.
federation_api:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7772
connect: http://localhost:7772
external_api:
listen: http://[::]:8072
# List of paths to X.509 certificates to be used by the external federation listeners.
# These certificates will be used to calculate the TLS fingerprints and other servers
# will expect the certificate to match these fingerprints. Certificates must be in PEM
# format.
federation_certificates: []
# Configuration for the Federation Sender.
federation_sender:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7775
connect: http://localhost:7775
database:
connection_string: file:federationsender.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# How many times we will try to resend a failed transaction to a specific server. The
# backoff is 2**x seconds, so 1 = 2 seconds, 2 = 4 seconds, 3 = 8 seconds etc.
send_max_retries: 16
# Disable the validation of TLS certificates of remote federated homeservers. Do not
# enable this option in production as it presents a security risk!
disable_tls_validation: false
# Use the following proxy server for outbound federation traffic.
proxy_outbound:
enabled: false
protocol: http
host: localhost
port: 8080
# Configuration for the Key Server (for end-to-end encryption).
key_server:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7779
connect: http://localhost:7779
database:
connection_string: file:keyserver.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Configuration for the Media API.
media_api:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7774
connect: http://localhost:7774
external_api:
listen: http://[::]:8074
database:
connection_string: file:mediaapi.db
max_open_conns: 5
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Storage path for uploaded media. May be relative or absolute.
base_path: ./media_store
# The maximum allowed file size (in bytes) for media uploads to this homeserver
# (0 = unlimited). If using a reverse proxy, ensure it allows requests at
# least this large (e.g. client_max_body_size in nginx.)
max_file_size_bytes: 10485760
# Whether to dynamically generate thumbnails if needed.
dynamic_thumbnails: false
# The maximum number of simultaneous thumbnail generators to run.
max_thumbnail_generators: 10
# A list of thumbnail sizes to be generated for media content.
thumbnail_sizes:
- width: 32
height: 32
method: crop
- width: 96
height: 96
method: crop
- width: 640
height: 480
method: scale
# Configuration for experimental MSC's
mscs:
# A list of enabled MSC's
# Currently valid values are:
# - msc2836 (Threading, see https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-doc/pull/2836)
# - msc2946 (Spaces Summary, see https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-doc/pull/2946)
mscs: []
database:
connection_string: file:mscs.db
max_open_conns: 5
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Configuration for the Room Server.
room_server:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7770
connect: http://localhost:7770
database:
connection_string: file:roomserver.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Configuration for the Signing Key Server (for server signing keys).
signing_key_server:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7780
connect: http://localhost:7780
database:
connection_string: file:signingkeyserver.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# Perspective keyservers to use as a backup when direct key fetches fail. This may
# be required to satisfy key requests for servers that are no longer online when
# joining some rooms.
key_perspectives:
- server_name: matrix.org
keys:
- key_id: ed25519:auto
public_key: Noi6WqcDj0QmPxCNQqgezwTlBKrfqehY1u2FyWP9uYw
- key_id: ed25519:a_RXGa
public_key: l8Hft5qXKn1vfHrg3p4+W8gELQVo8N13JkluMfmn2sQ
# This option will control whether Dendrite will prefer to look up keys directly
# or whether it should try perspective servers first, using direct fetches as a
# last resort.
prefer_direct_fetch: false
# Configuration for the Sync API.
sync_api:
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7773
connect: http://localhost:7773
external_api:
listen: http://[::]:8073
database:
connection_string: file:syncapi.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# This option controls which HTTP header to inspect to find the real remote IP
# address of the client. This is likely required if Dendrite is running behind
# a reverse proxy server.
# real_ip_header: X-Real-IP
# Configuration for the User API.
user_api:
# The cost when hashing passwords on registration/login. Default: 10. Min: 4, Max: 31
# See https://pkg.go.dev/golang.org/x/crypto/bcrypt for more information.
# Setting this lower makes registration/login consume less CPU resources at the cost of security
# should the database be compromised. Setting this higher makes registration/login consume more
# CPU resources but makes it harder to brute force password hashes.
# This value can be low if performing tests or on embedded Dendrite instances (e.g WASM builds)
# bcrypt_cost: 10
internal_api:
listen: http://localhost:7781
connect: http://localhost:7781
account_database:
connection_string: file:userapi_accounts.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
device_database:
connection_string: file:userapi_devices.db
max_open_conns: 10
max_idle_conns: 2
conn_max_lifetime: -1
# The length of time that a token issued for a relying party from
# /_matrix/client/r0/user/{userId}/openid/request_token endpoint
# is considered to be valid in milliseconds.
# The default lifetime is 3600000ms (60 minutes).
# openid_token_lifetime_ms: 3600000
# Configuration for Opentracing.
# See https://github.com/matrix-org/dendrite/tree/master/docs/tracing for information on
# how this works and how to set it up.
tracing:
enabled: false
jaeger:
serviceName: ""
disabled: false
rpc_metrics: false
tags: []
sampler: null
reporter: null
headers: null
baggage_restrictions: null
throttler: null
# Logging configuration, in addition to the standard logging that is sent to
# stdout by Dendrite.
logging:
- type: file
level: info
params:
path: ./logs