Local Development Server Options

Usage:

dev_appserver.py [options] yaml_path [files...]

The positional argument yaml_path specifies one or more app.yaml files, one per service.

For a complete list of options, type:

dev_appserver.py -h

The most common options are described here.

--admin_host=ADMIN_HOST
Host name to which the local development server's administration console should bind (default: localhost).
--admin_port=ADMIN_PORT
Port to which the local development server's administration console should bind (default: 8000).
--enable_sendmail=yes|no
Uses the local computer's Sendmail installation for sending email messages.
--help
Prints a helpful message then quits.
--host=...
The host address to use for the server. You may need to set this to be able to access the development server from another computer on your network. An address of 0.0.0.0 allows both localhost access and IP or hostname access. Default is localhost.
--log_level=...
The lowest logging level at which logging messages will be written to the console; messages of the specified logging level or higher will be output. Possible values are debug, info, warning, error, and critical.
--port=...
The port number to use for the server. Default is 8080. If multiple servers are launched such as for services, they will be assigned subsequent ports, such as 8081, 8082.
--logs_path=...
By default, the logs for the local development server are stored in memory only. Specify this option when you run the local development server to store the logs into a file, which makes the logs available across server restarts. You must specify the directory path and name to a SQLite database file. A SQLite database file is created with the specified name if the file does not already exist. For example: --logs_path=/home/logs/boglogs.db
--require_indexes=yes|no
Disables automatic generation of entries in the index.yaml file. Instead, when the application makes a query that requires that its index be defined in the file and the index definition is not found, an exception will be raised, similar to what would happen when running on App Engine. The default value is no.
--smtp_host=...
The hostname of the SMTP server to use for sending email messages.
--smtp_port=...
The port number of the SMTP server to use for sending email messages.
--smtp_user=...
The username to use with the SMTP server for sending email messages.
--smtp_password=...
The password to use with the SMTP server for sending email messages.
--storage_path=...
Path at which all local files, such as the Cloud Datastore, Blobstore, Cloud Storage files and logs, will be stored, unless overridden by --datastore_path, --blobstore_path, or --logs_path.

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