authelia storage migrate up

authelia storage migrate up

Perform a migration up

Synopsis

Perform a migration up.

This subcommand performs the schema migrations available in this version of Authelia which are greater than the current schema version of the database. By default this will migrate up to the latest available, but you can customize this.

authelia storage migrate up [flags]

Examples

authelia storage migrate up
authelia storage migrate up --config config.yml
authelia storage migrate up --target 20 --config config.yml
authelia storage migrate up --encryption-key b3453fde-ecc2-4a1f-9422-2707ddbed495 --postgres.host postgres --postgres.password autheliapw

Options

  -h, --help         help for up
  -t, --target int   sets the version to migrate to, by default this is the latest version

Options inherited from parent commands

  -c, --config strings                         configuration files to load (default [configuration.yml])
      --encryption-key string                  the storage encryption key to use
      --mysql.database string                  the MySQL database name (default "authelia")
      --mysql.host string                      the MySQL hostname
      --mysql.password string                  the MySQL password
      --mysql.port int                         the MySQL port (default 3306)
      --mysql.username string                  the MySQL username (default "authelia")
      --postgres.database string               the PostgreSQL database name (default "authelia")
      --postgres.host string                   the PostgreSQL hostname
      --postgres.password string               the PostgreSQL password
      --postgres.port int                      the PostgreSQL port (default 5432)
      --postgres.schema string                 the PostgreSQL schema name (default "public")
      --postgres.ssl.certificate string        the PostgreSQL ssl certificate file location
      --postgres.ssl.key string                the PostgreSQL ssl key file location
      --postgres.ssl.mode string               the PostgreSQL ssl mode (default "disable")
      --postgres.ssl.root_certificate string   the PostgreSQL ssl root certificate file location
      --postgres.username string               the PostgreSQL username (default "authelia")
      --sqlite.path string                     the SQLite database path

SEE ALSO

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