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42 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 33 – Spring Boot Actuator"

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Shailesh Singh
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Shailesh Singh
1 month 6 days ago

Actuator vs java melody which is better but I didn't saw java melody in spring boot.

Shailesh Singh
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Shailesh Singh
1 month 6 days ago

Actuator vs java melody which is better but I didn't saw java melody in spring boot.

JasonBourne787
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JasonBourne787
1 month 10 days ago

@javabrains.io Did youadd some topics to add security to the Spring Boot rest service like OAuth etc ?.

JasonBourne787
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JasonBourne787
1 month 10 days ago

@javabrains.io Did youadd some topics to add security to the Spring Boot rest service like OAuth etc ?.

Fodor Cosmin
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Fodor Cosmin
2 months 22 days ago

excellent series!

Fodor Cosmin
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Fodor Cosmin
2 months 22 days ago

excellent series!

Niroz Jung Karki
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Niroz Jung Karki
4 months 11 days ago

With Spring boot framework 1.5.6.RELEASE actuator, I get only status{ "status": "UP”}How could I get other values ?

blair zhang
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blair zhang
2 months 1 day ago

With newer version of Spring Boot, you need to turn off security by adding this line in applicaiton.properties file management.security.enabled=false

Niroz Jung Karki
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Niroz Jung Karki
4 months 11 days ago

With Spring boot framework 1.5.6.RELEASE actuator, I get only status{ "status": "UP”}How could I get other values ?

blair zhang
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blair zhang
2 months 1 day ago

With newer version of Spring Boot, you need to turn off security by adding this line in applicaiton.properties file management.security.enabled=false

Azad Kalakoti
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Azad Kalakoti
5 months 28 days ago
Hello Kaushik, first of all thanks for sharing the knowledge.I have a problem in my helloworld application:When, I am using(enabling) actuators(health, loggers, trace, metrics) with 'default' executionTimeOutMilliseconds = 1000, the First Request to 'hello' api Fails(TimesOut) because it has timeout of 1 Second. This is because, the first request(after starting the spring boot), is served in more than 1 second time (it takes 2 – 3.5 seconds).While from the second request and so forth, it takes very less time as comapred to first req ( 300 Millisoconds – 500 Milliseonds).Now, I am really not sure if I have done any… Read more »
Azad Kalakoti
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Azad Kalakoti
5 months 28 days ago
Hello Kaushik, first of all thanks for sharing the knowledge.I have a problem in my helloworld application:When, I am using(enabling) actuators(health, loggers, trace, metrics) with 'default' executionTimeOutMilliseconds = 1000, the First Request to 'hello' api Fails(TimesOut) because it has timeout of 1 Second. This is because, the first request(after starting the spring boot), is served in more than 1 second time (it takes 2 – 3.5 seconds).While from the second request and so forth, it takes very less time as comapred to first req ( 300 Millisoconds – 500 Milliseonds).Now, I am really not sure if I have done any… Read more »
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