YAML-based configuration files are often used behind the scenes to control configuration properties for our various micro-services. In single container mode, we expose an “override.yaml” configuration file outside the container to make it easier for a customer to edit these config properties.
Customer admins can make edits centrally to the override.yaml without going into the container operating system, and then the properties are propagated to the right place in the TruEra service configs.
Commonly used properties
Lengthening the expiry time
- In tokenservice.yaml :
- For example, if you want to make the token expire on a monthly basis, you would set the parameter to 43200 (30 days).
Note that you need to use the standard YAML formatting (e.g., two space indents) when you add this section to the existing override.yaml file.