Furiko allows extensive configuration of its behavior, while also defaulting to recommended, sane defaults out of the box.
The main method of configuring Furiko is via dynamic configuration. As the name suggests, configuration can be dynamically updated and will take effect immediately without requiring a restart of Furiko services.
If you used the YAML installation method, a sample
ConfigMap has been created for you. Use
kubectl to open and edit the configuration as follows:
kubectl -n furiko-system edit cm execution-dynamic-config
The full description of all dynamic configuration fields can be found in the Reference.