Need to configure vacuum in a consistent way?
vacuum supports an optional configuration via a
vacuum.conf.yaml file in the current working directory or
in your home directory (on Linux and MacOS X).
If neither of those locations are to your taste, the location of the configuration file can be set using the
What can be configured?
vacuum flags can be set using key value pairs in the
For example, to set the
--hard-mode flags, you would add the following to your
Here is how you can configure
vacuum to always use a ruleset and a base path:
VACUUM environment variable
Need to keep your configuration file in a specific location? Set the
VACUUM environment variable to point to the location of your configuration file.