Updating your Nexus IQ Server Configuration
Nexus IQ Server 1.43 and newer uses a more powerful configuration format for its networking and logging.
Due to this there have been some significant changes in how to write your Nexus IQ Server configuration file. This is a YAML formatted file called
config.yml and can be found in the installation directory.
The main changes are as follows:
httpsection is replaced by the
- Application and admin
serversettings are separated under
connectorTypeis replaced by
- typewhich can be set to one of
sslis replaced by using
- type: httpsfor an application/admin connector and putting the settings underneath
- Each logging target (e.g.
file, etc) is specified under
- Logging targets no longer have an
enabledproperty (if they are specified then they are enabled)
- request.log line format has changed and is now configurable
Examples showing these changes are shown below:
Note that these examples are heavily truncated for easy viewing and do not include any Nexus IQ Server specific configuration settings, which remain unchanged.
If you previously used the
adminPassword options, we recommend using a reverse proxy instead to shield and authenticate access to the operational services.
For more information on the new configuration format, consult the respective sections of the IQ Server Configuration: