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Confluence docker - cluster node name

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Atlassian - Is it currently possible or can you make it possible to set the node name for Confluence when running in a cluster using your official Confluence docker image?

I do not see a way to currently set the system property other than changing the config file and creating my own container.

Thanks for any feedback!


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Hey Dan!

This (and other) system properties can all be set via JVM arguments. All of our products' Docker images have a built-in way to specifcy JVM args, which is to supply the `JVM_SUPPORT_RECOMMENDED_ARGS` environment variable.

For example:

docker run -d \
--name connie_1 \
-p 8090:8090 \
-e"BattlestarGalactica" \

This and any other valid property documented at can be set in the same way. I hope that helps!


Thanks, Dave!

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