Configuration for running Cortex in single-process mode. This should not be used in production. It is only for getting started and development.
# Disable the requirement that every request to Cortex has a # X-Scope-OrgID header. `fake` will be substituted in instead. auth_enabled: false server: http_listen_port: 9009 # Configure the server to allow messages up to 100MB. grpc_server_max_recv_msg_size: 104857600 grpc_server_max_send_msg_size: 104857600 grpc_server_max_concurrent_streams: 1000 distributor: shard_by_all_labels: true pool: health_check_ingesters: true ingester_client: grpc_client_config: # Configure the client to allow messages up to 100MB. max_recv_msg_size: 104857600 max_send_msg_size: 104857600 use_gzip_compression: true ingester: #chunk_idle_period: 15m lifecycler: # The address to advertise for this ingester. Will be autodiscovered by # looking up address on eth0 or en0; can be specified if this fails. # address: 127.0.0.1 # We want to start immediately and flush on shutdown. join_after: 0 final_sleep: 0s num_tokens: 512 # Use an in memory ring store, so we don't need to launch a Consul. ring: kvstore: store: inmemory replication_factor: 1 # Use local storage - BoltDB for the index, and the filesystem # for the chunks. schema: configs: - from: 2019-07-29 store: boltdb object_store: filesystem schema: v10 index: prefix: index_ period: 1w storage: boltdb: directory: /tmp/cortex/index filesystem: directory: /tmp/cortex/chunks # Configure the frontend worker in the querier to match worker count # to max_concurrent on the queriers. frontend_worker: match_max_concurrent: true