wunderctl start starts WunderNode and WunderGraph Server together in a single process.
The main purpose is to simplify running all WunderGraph components in production mode. To start the development process you should use
wunderctl up instead.
wunderctl start not doing any kind of generation. It is requires generated files from
For the production it is mandatory to set:
WunderGraph Server options
Alternatively provide values for the following environment variables
Despite the fact that
wunderctl start is sufficient for simple use cases.
We highly recommend launching WunderNode and WunderGraph Server separately in order to allow scaling both components independently
To accomplish that please use following commands:
wunderctl node startto start WunderNode
wunderctl server startto start WunderGraph Server
When you are using custom
EnvironmentVariable in your configuration, please make sure that you are providing values for them when running this command