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RestTemplateis the easiest way
envoption in manifest then on PCF they appear under user provided env variables. But I'm not sure if that's the place I want them to be and I'm not sure they are making any effect there. The properties I am providing are
io.netty.noPreferDirect=true, these are for dealing with OOM issue. On local when I run using java -jar -D these props it works fine, but on PCF they don't appear to have any effect. Thanks.
/metricsendpoint is not available ? Can you please tell how to get that , our monitoring is based on that?
--- applications: - name: app-name - memory: 1024M - env: io.netty.allocator.type: unpooled
--- applications: - name: app-name memory: 1024M env: io.netty.allocator.type: unpooled
-just breaks it
OAuth2FeignRequestInterceptorinterceptor is used by
/envendpoint in case you have
actuatorin your app?
/envendpoint. I will try few more approaches and let u know. My one question is since these netty related memory properties should kick in before the application configures netty, should I provide them someplace else?
io.netty.allocator.typeisn't spring-boot related, is it? Is it a JVM argument?
com.jcraft.jsch.JSchException: USERAUTH failwhen attempting to read the config.