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Overview

The following is an example of a complete Artifactory system YAML file showing all the different parameters that you may configure.

Example Templates

It is recommended to use the templates available under $JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/

  • system.basic-template.yaml includes most commonly used system configurations and is identical to the system.yaml after a fresh install
  • system.full-template.yaml includes a list of all available configurations
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Configuring the Yaml File

You can configure all your system settings using the system.yaml file, which is located in the $JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc folder.

Configuration Topics

The system.yaml file is comprised of a large number of configuration capabilities. The configurations are grouped under different areas according to the order in which they are displayed in the yaml as follows.

Shared



Security

Logging

Node

Database

Script

Env

Metrics

Artifactory

Database
Node
Tomcat
Env
Metrics
Mission Control (Microservice)

Access

Http
GRCP
Database
Tomcat
Env

Frontend

Session
Logging
Env
FeatureToggler

Metadata

Database
Logging
Profiling
Env
TokenCache

mc

Tomcat
Database

idgenerator

Router

Profiling
Proxy
Entrypoints
ServiceRegistry
Topology
SupportBundle
Logging
Env

Replicator

Logging
TLS
Profiling
txDir
Env

Event

TokenCache
ArtifactoryClient
AccessClient
SupportBundle
ProxyCache
BaseURLCache
Profiling
Metrics
Logging
RateLimit
Webhooks

Searching in the Yaml File

Because the yaml file contains a wide range of configuration capabilities, the best way to find the configuration you are looking for is by searching within the yaml for key words. For example, you can search for any of the words that match the topic areas above, i.e., if you are looking for configurations related to events, search for event; for access configurations, search for access, etc.


YAML File Format

The YAML file is constructed with keys and entities that use the following key: [entity] format, for example #joinKey: "<Your joinKey>".

Shared Configurations

These are configurations used by all micro-services.

Artifactory Operational Microservices

These are specific configurations, which are set under each micro-service section and override similar shared configurations for the specific micro-service.

Editing the Yaml File

Edit the yaml file below according to your specific requirements. For example, remove unused database settings.

## JFROG ARTIFACTORY SYSTEM CONFIGURATION FILE
## HOW TO USE: comment-out any field and keep the correct yaml indentation by deleting only the leading '#' character.

configVersion: 1

## NOTE: JFROG_HOME is a place holder for the JFrog root directory containing the deployed product, the home directory for all JFrog products.
## Replace JFROG_HOME with the real path!
## For example, in RPM install, JFROG_HOME=/opt/jfrog

## NOTE: Sensitive information such as passwords and join key are encrypted on first read.
## NOTE: The provided commented key and value is the default.

## SHARED CONFIGURATIONS
## A shared section for keys across all services in this config
shared:
  ## Java 11 distribution to use
  #javaHome: "JFROG_HOME/artifactory/app/third-party/java"

  ## Extra Java options to pass to the JVM. These values add to or override the defaults.
  #extraJavaOpts: "-Xms512m -Xmx2g"

  ## Security Configuration
  security:
    ## Join key value for joining the cluster (takes precedence over 'joinKeyFile')
    #joinKey: "<Your joinKey>"

    ## Join key file location
    #joinKeyFile: "<For example: JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/security/join.key>"

    ## Master key file location
    ## Generated by the product on first startup if not provided
    #masterKeyFile: "<For example: JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/security/master.key>"

    ## Maximum time to wait for key files (master.key and join.key)
    #bootstrapKeysReadTimeoutSecs: 120

    ## Expose application headers (e.g server, node id) for unauthenticated and anonymous calls
    exposeApplicationHeaders: true

  ## Logging Configuration
  logging:
    consoleLog:
      ## If true, all service console logs will be redirected to a common console.log
      #enabled: true

    ## Log rotation settings
    rotation:
      ## The max file size at which enforce rotation
      #maxSizeMb: 25

      ## The number of backup files to maintain
      #maxFiles: 10

      ## Whether to compress the backup file
      #compress: true

  ## Node Settings
  node:
    ## A unique id to identify this node.
    ## Default auto generated at startup.
    #id: "art1"

    ## Default auto resolved by startup script
    #ip:

    ## Default auto resolved by startup script
    #name: ""

    ## Sets this node as part of HA installation
    #haEnabled: true

    ## One of
    ## 'any' - allow running any kind of background job on this node such as the Artifactory Garbage Collector,
    ## Scheduled Replication, Backup, etc.
    ## 'none' - no background jobs are allowed to run on this node (except for a select group of system jobs)
    ## This attribute and the 'primary' attribute are mutually exclusive. When both are set, only the Primary node can
    ## execute jobs in the cluster.
    ## Default any
    #taskAffinity: any

    ## Deprecated: sets this node as primary in HA installation. This attribute and taskAffinity are mutually exclusive
    #primary: true

  ## Database Configuration
  database:
    ## One of mysql, oracle, mssql, postgresql, mariadb
    ## Default Embedded derby

    ## Example for postgresql
    #type: postgresql
    #driver: org.postgresql.Driver
    #url: "jdbc:postgresql://<your db url, for example: localhost:5432>/artifactory"
    #username: artifactory
    #password: password

    ## Example for mysql 
    ## uncomment below to use database type
    ##type: mysql
    ##driver: com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
    ##url: "jdbc:mysql://<your db url, for example: localhost:3306>/artdb?characterEncoding=UTF-8&elideSetAutoCommits=true&useSSL=false"
    ##username: artifactory
    ##password: password

    ## Example for oracle
    ## uncomment below to use database type
    ##type: oracle
    ##driver: oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver
    ##url: "jdbc:oracle:thin:@<your db server url, for example: localhost:1521>:ORCL"
    ##username: artifactory
    ##password: password

    ## Example for mssql
    ## uncomment below to use database type
    ##type: mssql
    ##driver: com.microsoft.sqlserver.jdbc.SQLServerDriver
    ##url: "jdbc:sqlserver://<your db server url, for example: localhost:1433>;databaseName=artifactory;sendStringParametersAsUnicode=false;applicationName=Artifactory Binary Repository"
    ##username: artifactory
    ##password: password

    ## Example for mariadb
    ## uncomment below to use database type
    ##type: mariadb
    ##driver: org.mariadb.jdbc.Driver
    ##url: "jdbc:mariadb://<your db server url, for example: localhost:3306>/artdb?characterEncoding=UTF-8&elideSetAutoCommits=true&useSSL=false"
    ##username: artifactory
    ##password: password

  ## Script Configuration
  ## Parameters for the application startup scripts
  script:
    ## The max time to wait for Tomcat to come up (START_TMO)
    #serviceStartTimeout: 60

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to all the services
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64

  ## Run as a given user and group
  ## Note : This is only considered in linux archive installation which is installed as a service
  ##        Make sure to change ownership of JFROG_HOME/artifactory/app and JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var directory, if this is modified after install
  #user: artifactory
  #group: artifactory
  
  ## Metrics configuration
  metrics:
    ## Settings for pushing metrics to Insight
    filebeat:
      ## If enabled, Filebeat will be started and metrics will be pushed to Elasticsearch
      #enabled: false
      ## Configuration settings for log files of filebeat
      log:
        #enabled: false
        ## Log level for filebeat. Possible values: debug, info, warning, or error.
        #level: "info"
      ## Elasticsearch details for filebeat to connect
      elasticsearch:
        #url: "Elasticsearch url where JFrog Mission Control is installed For example, http://<ip_address>:8082"
        #username: ""
        #password: ""
  healthCheck:
    ## Minimal value allowed is 3. Less than that will be replaced with 3
    #intervalSecs: 15

    probes:
      liveness:
        ## Fail liveness if readiness has been failing for more than what
        ## is configured in failureDurationSecs
        ## The readiness probe should also be called to use this
        failOnLongFailingReadiness:
          #enabled: true
          ## Duration of a failing readiness that will fail the liveness
          #failureDurationSecs: 60

  ## Cold storage configuration
  jfrogColdStorage:
    ## Set it as true to configure the instance to run in Cold instance mode.
    # coldInstanceEnabled: true
    ## Enter the URL for the Cold instance that the Live instance will connect with
    # coldInstanceUrl: "http://<cold_instance_ip_address>:port/artifactory"

## ARTIFACTORY TEMPLATE
artifactory:
  #port: 8081

  ## Database settings for overriding shared.database and adding connection pool parameters
  ## Same format as under shared.database
  database:
    ## Max connections to the database the main connection pool can consume
    #maxOpenConnections: 100
    ## Max connection to keep idle
    #maxIdleConnections: 10
    ## Min connection to keep idle
    #minIdleConnections: 1
    ## Connection pool manager. Either tomcat-jdbc or hikari
    #poolType: "tomcat-jdbc"

  ## Node NFS storage settings. Used in HA setup only!
  node:
    ## Data directory
    #haDataDir:

    ## Backup directory
    #haBackupDir:

  ## Artifactory Tomcat connector customization on the Artifactory port
  tomcat:
    ## Artifactory connector settings
    connector:
      #maxThreads: 200
      #sendReasonPhrase: false
      ## An extra configuration to add to the Artifactory connector
      #extraConfig: ""
 
    maintenanceConnector:
      ## This port is dedicated for the maintenance requests
      ## Currently, it is going to be used by Router to issue a health check requests
      #port: 8091

      #maxThreads: 5
      #acceptCount: 5

      ## An extra configuration to add to the maintenance connector
      #extraConfig: ""

    ## Set up an HTTPS connector for artifactory. This opens a port 
    ## in addition to the default HTTP connector. All relevant 
    ## properties configured for the HTTP connector are applied also
    ## for this connector (e.g. "maxThreads")
    httpsConnector:
      ## Enable connector with SSL/TLS
      #enabled: false

      ## Port to use for the HTTPS connector
      #port: 8443

      ## Certificate file to use
      #certificateFile: "$JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/artifactory/security/ssl/server.crt"

      ## Certificate key file to use.
      #certificateKeyFile: "$JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/artifactory/security/ssl/server.key"

      ## Extra configuration for the HTTPS connector.
      ## For example extraConfig: "SSLProtocol='TLSv1+TLSv1.1+TLSv1.2'"
      #extraConfig: ""


  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64

  ## Metrics configuration
  metrics:
    ## If enabled is true, metrics will be collected and written to artifactory-metrics or
    ## artifactory-metrics_events.log files
    #enabled: true
    ## Interval to collect metrics
    #intervalSecs: 60
    ## Excluded providers from metrics
    #exclude:


## ACCESS TEMPLATE
access:
  ## http port
  http:
    #port: 8040

  ## grpc port
  grpc:
    #port: 8045

  ## Database settings for overriding shared.database
  ## Same format as under shared.database. Default embedded database is derby
  database:
    #username: "username"
    #password: "password"
    #type: "derby"
    #url: "jdbc:derby:<DERBY_DB_HOME_PLACE_HOLDER>;create=true"
    #driver: "org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver"
    #maxOpenConnections: 100
    ## Max connection to keep idle
    #maxIdleConnections: 10
    ## Min connection to keep idle
    #minIdleConnections: 1
    ## Connection pool manager. Either tomcat-jdbc or hikari
    #poolType: "tomcat-jdbc"

  ## Tomcat connector customization on the Access port
  tomcat:
    ## Access connector settings
    connector:
      #maxThreads: 50
      #sendReasonPhrase: false

      ## Extra configuration to add to the Access connector
      #extraConfig: ""

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64
  metrics:
    ## If enabled is true, metrics will be collected and written to access-metrics or
    ## access-metrics_events.log files
    #enabled: true
    ## Interval to collect metrics
    #intervalSecs: 60
    ## Excluded providers from metrics
    #exclude:

  ## Skip creating default admin user on startup
  #startUpSkipDefaultAdmin: false

## FRONTEND TEMPLATE
frontend:
  #port: 8070

  ## Session settings
  session:
    ## After how much time the frontend token need to be refreshed
    #timeMinutes: '30'

  ## Logging settings
  logging:
    application:
      ## The log level: error, warning, info, debug, trace
      #level: info

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        #maxSizeMb: 10
        #maxFiles: 10

    request:
      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        #maxSizeMb: 10
        #maxFiles: 10

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64

  featureToggler:
    ## Enable Projects functionality
    commonProjects: true

## METADATA TEMPLATE
metadata:
  #port: 8086

  ## Database settings for overriding shared.database
  ## Same format as under shared.database. Default embedded database is sqlite
  database:
    ## Max connections to the database the main connection pool can consume
    #maxOpenConnections: 100

    ## Disable applicative prepared statement cache
    #disablePreparedStatementCache: false
    
    ## Timeout for queries in seconds (default: 1800 = 30 min)
    #queryTimeoutSecs: 1800

  ## Logging Settings
  logging:
    application:
      ## The log level: error, warn, info, debug, trace
      #level: info

      ## If console value is true, application logs will also be written to standard out
      #console: true

      ## Specific internal packages to set with a different log level
      packages:
        common:
          #level: debug
        daos:
          #level: warn

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        ## Maximum duration in days to retain old log files
        #maxAgeDays: 365

        ## Maximum number of old log files to retain. Will be overridden by maxAgeDays
        #maxFiles: 100

        ## Maximum size in megabytes of the log file before it will get rotated
        #maxSizeMb: 25

        ## If compress is true, gzip compression will be applied while rotating log files
        #compress: true

        ## If compress is true, the number of archived files to be left uncompressed
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1

    request:
      ## If requestConsole value is true, request logs will also be written to standard out
      #console: false

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        ## Maximum duration in days to retain old log files
        #maxAgeDays: 365

        ## Maximum number of old log files to retain. Will be overridden by maxAgeDays
        #maxFiles: 100

        ## Maximum size in megabytes of the log file before it will get rotated
        #maxSizeMb: 25

        ## If compress is true, gzip compression will be applied while rotating log files
        #compress: true

        ## If compress is true, the number of archived files to be left uncompressed
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1

  ## Profiling Related Settings
  profiling:
    ## Enable profiling endpoints for metadata
    #enabled: false

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64
  tokenCache:
    #timeout: 115s

## Mission control template
mc:
  #port: 8080
  #enabled: false

  ## Tomcat connector customization on the MC
  tomcat:
    ## Connector settings
    connector:
      #maxThreads: 50

      ## Extra configuration to add to the connector
      #extraConfig: ""

  database:
    ## Max connections to the database the main connection pool can consume
    #maxOpenConnections: 10

  idgenerator:
    ## Max connections to the database the id generator connection pool can consume
    #maxOpenConnections: 2

## ROUTER TEMPLATE
router:
  ## Profiling Related Settings
  profiling:
    ## Enable profiling endpoints
    #enabled: true

  ## Corporate Proxy Related Settings
  proxy:
    ## Proxy url for all outgoing http requests
    #httpUrl: ""

    ## Proxy url for all outgoing https requests
    #httpsUrl: ""

    ## List of target hosts to communicate with directly, bypassing the proxy.
    ## "localhost" will always be added to this list automatically.
    #ignoredHosts:
    #- "ignore.me.com"
    #- "ignore.me2.com"

  ## Router Entry Points
  entrypoints:
    ## The internal port, used by local services to communicate with the router and any other service (local and external)
    #internalPort: 8046

    ## The external port, registered in the service registry, used by external services to communicate with services in this node
    #externalPort: 8082

    ## An internal port used for internal Traefik (and Router) REST API
    #traefikApiPort: 8049

    ## An internal port used for Router's gRPC API
    #grpcPort: 8047

  ## Service Registry (Access) Communication Settings
  serviceRegistry:
    ## Service registry (Access) TLS verification skipped if enabled
    #insecure: false

    ## Service registry (Access) request timeout
    #requestTimeout: 15s

    ## Skip the connectivity test step of the Service registry join flow
    ## This may be required for restrictive network setups, where insecure communication is not allowed
    #skipJoinConnectivityTest: false

  ## Topology Settings
  topology:
    ## Local topology settings
    local:
      ## On replicator enabled - requiredServiceTypes will be "jfrt,jfac,jfmd,jffe,jfevt,jfxfer,jfob"
      #requiredServiceTypes: "jfrt,jfac,jfmd,jffe,jfevt,jfob"

      ## Settings for checking the health of the local services
      healthCheck:
        ## Duration between health checks
        #interval: 5s

        ## Health check request timeout
        #requestTimeout: 5s

        ## The number of consecutive successful health checks that must occur before declaring an instance healthy
        #healthyThreshold: 2

        ## The number of consecutive failed health checks that must occur before declaring an instance unhealthy
        #unhealthyThreshold: 2

    ## External topology settings
    external:
      ## Settings for refreshing the router with external topology from the service registry
      refresh:
        ## Refresh interval
        #interval: 3s

        ## The maximum duration a service can be considered as healthy since its last heartbeat
        #maxStaleHeartbeat: 30s

  ## Support Bundle Aggregation Settings
  supportBundle:
    ## The maximum duration support bundle aggregation is allowed before it is automatically cancelled
    #aggregationTimeout: 1h

  ## Logging Settings
  logging:
    ## Router log settings
    application:
      ## The log level: error, warning, info, debug, trace
      ## This value is configurable during runtime
      #level: "info"

      ## The log format: jftext, json
      #format: "jftext"

      ## Whether to include the caller information (runtime frame)
      #caller: false

      ## Whether to print the log also to stdout
      #console: true

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 25
        #maxAgeDays: 0
        #maxFiles: 10

    ## Traefik log settings
    traefik:
      ## The log level: error, warning, info, debug, trace
      ## This value is configurable during runtime
      #level: "info"

      ## The log format: jftext, json
      #format: "jftext"

      ## Whether to include the caller information (runtime frame)
      #caller: false

      ## Whether to print the log also to stdout
      #console: true

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 25
        #maxAgeDays: 0
        #maxFiles: 10

    ## Request log settings
    request:
      ## If true, request log will contain additional information
      ## This may result in a slight performance overhead
      ## This value is configurable during runtime
      #verbose: false

      ## Log rotation settings
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 100
        #maxAgeDays: 0
        #maxFiles: 10

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64

  ## Retry configuration
  retry:
    ## Enable retry sending request in case of network error
    #enabled: true

## REPLICATOR TEMPLATE
replicator:
  ## Set to true if using an Enterprise Plus license
  #enabled: false
  #port: 8048

  ## Logging settings
  logging:
    application:
      #level: info
    traffic:
      #maxFileSizeMb: 25
      #maxFiles: 10
      ## Set rotationIntervalSecs to a positive number to enable rotation by time, as well as by file size (maxFileSizeMb)
      #rotationIntervalSecs: 0
      #compress: true
      ## If compress is true, the number of archived files to be left uncompressed
      #keepLastDecompressed: 1
      ## Traffic is aggregated and written to the log every intervalSecs seconds
      #intervalSecs: 3
      #eventsChannelSize: 1000

  ## TLS settings
  tls:
    ## If true will allow self signed certificates for tls
    #skipVerifyCertificate: false

  profiling:
    #port: 8041
    #enabled: true
    #allowedHost: "localhost"

  txDir:
    ## clean up old parts which have not been fully replicated in this time, default 1 month
    #cleanUpAgeSecs: 2592000

    ## intervals to check for old parts which haven't been replicated
    #cleanUpIntervalSecs: 3600

  ## Add any custom environment variables to be passed to this service
  ## Environment variables starting with JF_ are not allowed, will be ignored with a warning if it is added
  env:
    #EXAMPLE_VAR: example-value
    #LD_LIBRARY_PATH: /usr/lib64

### EVENT TEMPLATE
event:
  ## Service http port
  #port: 8061
  ## Service grpc port
  #grpcPort: 8062

  ## Access token cache setting
  tokenCache:
    ## Duration for keeping the access token validation result in memory cache
    #timeout: "1m"

  ## Artifactory client settings
  artifactoryClient:

    ## HTTP request settings
    request:
      ## Http timeout as a duration
      #timeout: 5s

  ## Access client settings
  accessClient:
    ## Ping access timeout duration
    #pingTimeout: 2m
    ## Join access timeout duration
    #joinTimeout: 3m

  ## Support Bundle settings
  supportBundle:
    ## Timeout for gathering support bundle for the event service
    #aggregationTimeout: 1h

  ## Artifactory proxy cache setting
  proxyCache:
    ## Time between two proxies gatherings
    #interval: 5m

  ## Artifactory base URL cache setting
  baseUrlCache:
    ## Time between two base URL gatherings
    #interval: 5m

  ## Domain cache setting
  domainCache:
    ## Time between two domain gatherings
    #interval: 5m

  ## Profiling Related Settings
  profiling:
    ## Enable profiling endpoint for event service
    #enabled: false

  metrics:
    ## If true, enable metrics gathering in this service
    #enabled: false
    #interval: "10s"
    ## Excluded providers from metrics
    #exclude:

  ## Logging settings
  logging:

    application:
      ## Log file name
      #filePath: "event-service.log"
      ## If true, app logs will also be written to standard out
      #console: true
      ## The log level: error, warn, info, debug, trace
      ## This value is configurable during runtime
      #level: "info"
      ## The log format: jftext, json
      #format: "jftext"
      ## Whether to include the caller information (runtime frame)
      #caller: false
      ## Package-specific logging
      #packages:
        #events:
          #level: "info"
        #authorization:
          #level: warn

      ## Log rotation setting
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 25
        #maxAgeDays: 365
        #maxFiles: 10

    ## Web server request log settings
    request:
      #filePath: "event-request.log"
      ## If true, request logs will also be written to standard out
      #console: false

      ## Log rotation setting
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 25
        #maxAgeDays: 365
        #maxFiles: 10

    ## Metrics log settings
    metrics:
      #filePath: "event-metrics.log"
      #console: false

      ## Log rotation setting
      rotation:
        #compress: true
        #keepLastDecompressed: 1
        #maxSizeMb: 25
        #maxAgeDays: 365
        #maxFiles: 10

  ## Rate limite settings
  rateLimit:
    ## Mean number of events per second that can be sent to webhook targets.
    #frequency: 1000.0
    ## Maximum number of events that can be sent as fast as possible. Once this threshold is reached, new events are sent at the exact defined frequency.
    #burstSize: 10000
    ## Maximum number of events that can be sent concurrently. When this threshold is reached, new events that are received are rejected.
    #maxConcurrentHandlers: 50000

  ## WebHook handler settings
  webhooks:
    ## timeout specifies a time limit for requests.
    ## The timeout includes connection time, any redirects, and reading the response body.
    ## The timer remains running after request return and will interrupt reading of the response body.
    ## A timeout of zero means no timeout.
    #timeout: 30s
    ## Controls the maximum number of idle (keep-alive) connections across all hosts.
    ## Zero means no limit
    #maxIdleConnections: 100
    ## If non-zero, controls the maximum idle (keep-alive) connections to keep per-host.
    ## 0 means system default (2).
    #maxIdleConnectionsPerHost: 100
    ## Controls whether a client verifies the server's certificate chain and host name.
    ## If true, TLS accepts any certificate presented by the server and any host name
    ## in that certificate. In this mode, TLS is susceptible to man-in-the-middle attacks.
    ## This should be used only for testing.
    #tlsInsecure: false
    ## Number of retry that will be done when event service is unable to send the request or when it receives an error
    ## (>= 500) from the server. The first try count as one
    #retryCount: 5
    ## Time in second event service will wait between 2 retries
    #retryWait: 10s
    ## when true private networks (loopback, RFC1918, RFC3927, and IPV6 unique local addresses) will not be allowed as
    ## webhook targets
    #urlStrictPolicy: true



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