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hydra serve

hydra serve#

Parent command for starting public and administrative HTTP/2 APIs

Synopsis#

ORY Hydra exposes two ports, a public and an administrative port. The public port is responsible for handling requests from the public internet, such as the OAuth 2.0 Authorize and Token URLs. The administrative port handles administrative requests like creating OAuth 2.0 Clients, managing JSON Web Keys, and managing User Login and Consent sessions.

It is recommended to run "hydra serve all". If you need granular control over CORS settings or similar, you may want to run "hydra serve admin" and "hydra serve public" separately.

To learn more about each individual command, run:

  • hydra help serve all
  • hydra help serve admin
  • hydra help serve public

All sub-commands share command line flags and configuration options.

Configuration#

ORY Hydra can be configured using environment variables as well as a configuration file. For more information on configuration options, open the configuration documentation:

>> https://github.com/ory/hydra/blob/undefined/docs/docs/reference/config.md <<

Options#

-c, --config strings Path to one or more .json, .yaml, .yml, .toml config files. Values are loaded in the order provided, meaning that the last config file overwrites values from the previous config file.
--dangerous-allow-insecure-redirect-urls strings DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION - Disable HTTPS enforcement for the provided redirect URLs
--dangerous-force-http DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION - Disables HTTP/2 over TLS (HTTPS) and serves HTTP instead
-h, --help help for serve
--sqa-opt-out Disable anonymized telemetry reports - for more information please visit https://www.ory.sh/docs/ecosystem/sqa

SEE ALSO#

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