Small temp redis-based pastebin server.
This is a daemon that is meant to run behind a HTTP reverse proxy such as Caddy, Lighttpd, or Haproxy.
You can use whichever RP you want, though.
You'll need a daemon manager, such as
to keep it alive in a reliable way.
You'll also need a
redis server, in which to store temporary pastes.
$ paste -h Usage of ./paste: -config string Path to directory containing the configuration file (default ".")
By default, paste is configured to run in a simple way, without any required configuration.
If you have a custom configuration store you want to use, you can use the CLI
-config to provide a custom directory in which paste can find a
paste.<ext> configuration file.
By default, Paste uses the viper configuration library, thus supporting every configuration format viper supports.
However, I'd recommend going for TOML, a pretty simple, but strict, clear, and well-designed, configuration format.
The following configuration variables are available.
127.0.0.1:1234): HTTP listening interface host
127.0.0.1:6379): Redis URL
Redis.Password(default ""): Redis password
Redis.Database(default 0): Redis database
false): Should the prometheus collector server be started?
127.0.0.1:1235): Prometheus collector listening interface host
You should put the configuration file inside the process' working directory, or provide a path to the folder containing the configuration file using the associated flag.
You can also provide configurations through the environment.
Since the environment keys are case-insensitive,
Http.Host is the exact same as
The loading order is:
An example configuration can be found below.
Default values are kept for
The host is configured in a TOML file, put in the PWD.
# paste.toml [http] host = "127.0.0.1:3000"
The Redis remote server address is configured through the environment.
v2.0.0) comes with built-in support for Prometheus stats.
The following stats are available.
paste_count(constant): Number of pastes currently stored
paste_total_paste_size(constant): The total memory used by paste storing (in bytes)
paste_average_paste_size(constant): The average memory used by pastes (in bytes)