Spring Boot Actuator is a sub-project of Spring Boot that provides several production-grade services to help you monitor and manage your application. You can use the
application.properties file to configure Actuator endpoints, set security rules, and customize other Actuator-related settings.
Here are some examples of common Actuator configuration options that you can set in the
management.endpoints.web.exposure.include: This property specifies which Actuator endpoints should be exposed via HTTP. For example, to expose all endpoints, you can set this property to
management.endpoint.health.show-details: This property controls whether the
/actuator/healthendpoint should include detailed information about the health of your application. By default, this endpoint only returns a simple "UP" or "DOWN" status.
management.endpoints.web.base-path: This property sets the base path for Actuator endpoints. For example, if you set the base path to
/actuator, all Actuator endpoints will be available under the
/actuatorpath, such as
management.endpoint.shutdown.enabled: This property enables or disables the
/actuator/shutdownendpoint, which allows you to gracefully shutdown your application. By default, this endpoint is disabled for security reasons.
management.endpoints.web.cors.allowed-origins: This property specifies which origins are allowed to access Actuator endpoints. This is useful for enabling cross-origin requests from web applications.
There are many other configuration options available for Actuator. You can find more information in the Spring Boot Actuator documentation.
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