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Home Assistant File Structure

Homeassistant creates a configuration file by default under the path of the executing user (created homeassistant) at the ~/.homeassistant path.

The file directory structure is as follows:

  • .storage directory contains a lot of user-related information, including user login information (username/password, encrypted in auth_provider.homeassistant file).

  • configuration.yaml: User-edited configuration files.

  • home-assistant.log: Run log (cleared with each reboot).

  • home-assistant_v2.db: Database..

  • .storage: Various elements of front-end configuration.