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Dapr configurations are settings that enable you to change both the behavior of individual Dapr applications, or the global behavior of the system services in the Dapr control plane.
Configurations are defined and deployed as a YAML file. An application configuration example is like this:
apiVersion: dapr.io/v1alpha1 kind: Configuration metadata: name: daprConfig namespace: default spec: tracing: samplingRate: "1" zipkin: endpointAddress: "http://localhost:9411/api/v2/spans"
This configuration configures tracing for telemetry recording. It can be loaded in self-hosted mode by editing the default configuration file called
config.yaml file in your
.dapr directory, or by applying it to your Kubernetes cluster with kubectl/helm.
Read this page for a list of all configuration options.