Quickstart step 6: Start the server
cd sourcegraph ./dev/start.sh
This will continuously compile your code and live reload your locally running instance of Sourcegraph.
Navigate your browser to https://sourcegraph.test:3443 to see if everything worked.
Sourcegraph server is a collection of smaller binaries. The development server, dev/start.sh, initializes the environment and starts a process manager that runs all of the binaries. See the Architecture doc for a full description of what each of these services does. The sections below describe the dependencies you need to run
For Sourcegraph employees
You’ll need to clone
sourcegraph/dev-private (which has convenient preconfigured settings and external services on an enterprise account) alongside the
sourcegraph/sourcegraph repository, for example:
/dir |-- dev-private +-- sourcegraph
After the initial setup you can
sourcegraph and run
enterprise/dev/start.sh instead of
The environment variables
GLOBAL_SETTINGS_FILE are paths that are read at startup. The content of the files will overwrite the respective setting.
start.sh will set these files to point into
dev-private. To avoid overwriting configuration changes done in Sourcegraph, you can set the environment variable