Running Standalone in Docker
If you wish to run Token Indexer locally as a standalone product, the easiest way is to run it using Docker. Images are periodically published to the GitLab registry:
Image Name
Meaning
registry.gitlab.com/tezos-dappetizer/token-indexer-app:latest
Latest stable release (recommended)
registry.gitlab.com/tezos-dappetizer/token-indexer-app:master
Latest build from master

Prerequisites

To run Token Indexer locally, you can use a Docker command like:
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docker run -it --network=host \
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-e DB_HOST=localhost \
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-e DB_PORT=5432 \
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-e DB_USERNAME=yourusername \
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-e DB_PASSWORD=yourpassword \
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-e DB_DATABASE=postgres \
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-e DB_SCHEMA=token_indexer \
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registry.gitlab.com/tezos-dappetizer/token-indexer-app:latest
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The individual environment variables that can be passed to the container are explained below.

Environment Variables

Variable Name
Meaning
Default
TEZOS_NODE_URL
Tezos node RPC
https://mainnet-tezos.giganode.io
IPFS_GATEWAY
Custom IPFS gateway
None (uses public gateways)
DB_HOST
PostgreSQL hostname
localhost
DB_PORT
PostgreSQL port
5432
DB_USERNAME
PostgreSQL username
postgres
DB_PASSWORD
PostgreSQL password
postgrespassword
DB_DATABASE
PostgreSQL database name
postgres
DB_SCHEMA
PostgreSQL schema name
indexer
METADATA_UPDATE_PARALLELISM
Maximum concurrent jobs fetching token metadata
100
SKIP_GET_METADATA
Completely skips fetching contract and token metadata if set to true
false
INDEX_FROM_BLOCK_LEVEL
Level of the first block to be indexed (assumes that previous blocks don't contain any relevant token data)
889027