The server looks for account JWTs by using the public key of the account as the file name followed by the extension
.jwt. The server will not introspect the JWTs, so if you don't name the files correctly, it will fail to find them or serve a JWT that doesn't match the requested account.
-dirstore flag is sufficient for some very simple developer setups, any production or non-read-only server will require a configuration file.
httpconfiguration block specifying HTTP options.
loggingconfiguration block specifying server logging options.
natsconfiguration block specifying NATS connection information for the account server to push JWT changes to a NATS server.
storeconfiguration block specifying store options.
true, the store will not accept POST requests. Note that to receive requests, the store must also have
operatorjwtpathspecified as a root option.
true, JWTs will be stored in multiple sub directories of the store directory.
true, a timestamp is added to log messages.
true, debug messages are logged.
true, trace messages are logged.
true, messages are logged using ANSI color escape sequences.
true, the process id for the server is added to log messages.
nats-serverto make use of the account server