I’m running astro dev start on remote server and it is starting on 127.0.0.1 and thus I don’t have access to the Airflow UI. Is there any way to configure config.yml so that it is hosted on 0.0.0.0 ? Thanks
Astro CLI is for local development only, and you need to be on the server/VM to be able to connect to the Airflow UI. Astro CLI uses the Local executor which is suitable to dev/testing purposes.
For testing, you can also refer to this solution.
Or you can start a free trial version on Astro that allows you to access Airflow from the cloud and even chose between Celery vs Kubernetes Executor.