Jerakia Server


Jerakia server can be started from the Jerakia CLI utility using the server subcommand

# jerakia server &

If you installed Jerakia using the AIO system package see installation docs on a systemd based platform, you can start Jerakia server using the systemd unit script.

# systemctl start jerakia

By default Jerakia server will bind to on port 9843


Jerakia Server configuration defaults can be overwritten in the jerakia.yaml configuration file by adding a hash called server, eg:

port: 9991

It supports the following configuration options

  • bind : The IP address to bind to. This should always be in a production environment, if you wish to expose the API across the network you should use a reverse proxy such as nginx and use HTTPS
  • port : The port for Jerakia Server to use, the default is 9843
  • token_ttl : The length of time (in seconds) to cache tokens in memory before refreshing from the database, setting this option too low can impact performance, the default is 300 seconds.