???s with appropriate values.
Following example does not account for release job
collocation or for optional/conflicting properties.
IP address on which Baggageclaim should listen for HTTP traffic.
Port on which Baggageclaim should listen for HTTP traffic.
Driver to use for the volume store. One of detect, overlay, btrfs, or naive.
The log level for Baggageclaim.
If configured, errors emitted to the logs will also be emitted to Yeller. This is only really useful for Concourse developers.
Environment name to specify for errors emitted to Yeller.
Templates are rendered and placed onto corresponding
instances during the deployment process. This job's templates
will be placed into
- bin/baggageclaim_ctl (baggageclaim_ctl.erb)
- bin/permit_device_control (permit_device_control)