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Ghost config.js file for the official Docker image
// # Ghost Configuration
// Setup your Ghost install for deployment to Zeit Now.sh.
// This is a stripped down version of the default `config-example.js`
// file with only a single ("production") environment for simplicity.
// Full documentation can be found at http://support.ghost.org/config/
var path = require('path');
exports.production = {
// The url to use when providing links to the site, E.g. in RSS and email.
// Change this to your Ghost blog's published URL.
url: 'https://my-ghost-blog.now.sh',
// Example refferer policy
// Visit https://www.w3.org/TR/referrer-policy/ for instructions
// default 'origin-when-cross-origin',
// referrerPolicy: 'origin-when-cross-origin',
// Example mail config
// Visit http://support.ghost.org/mail for instructions
// ```
// mail: {
// transport: 'SMTP',
// options: {
// service: 'Mailgun',
// auth: {
// user: '', // mailgun username
// pass: '' // mailgun password
// }
// }
// },
// ```
// #### Database
// Ghost supports sqlite3 (default), MySQL & PostgreSQL
// For deployment to Now.sh, a remote/persistent storage should be used
// (i.e mysql or postgres), so that your content is persisted throughout
// multiple deployments / instances / upgrades.
// http://www.fastcomet.com/tutorials/ghost/configure-mysql-database
database: {
client: 'mysql',
connection: {
host: 'database-host',
user: 'database-user',
password: 'database-user-password',
database: 'database-name',
charset: 'utf8'
},
debug: false
},
// #### Use persistent file storage? (No, for Now.sh)
// http://support.ghost.org/config/#file-storage
//
// Now.sh fires up multiple instances of your Ghost server globally,
// so if we were to upload an image for a blog post on one of the
// instances then the file would be missing on the other instances.
// So by default disable local file storage, which forces you to use
// external image URLs for all blog post and profile images.
//
// I recommend using https://cloudup.com/ for image hosting
// with Direct URL (hotlinking) access.
fileStorage: false,
// #### Server
// http://support.ghost.org/config/#server
//
// The server host and port are the IP address and port number that Ghost
// should listen on.
// (Probably don't touch this)
server: {
host: '0.0.0.0',
port: '2368'
},
// #### Paths
// http://support.ghost.org/config/#paths
//
// Specify where your content directory lives.
// (Probably don't touch this)
paths: {
contentPath: path.join(process.env.GHOST_CONTENT, '/')
}
};
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