Many of the configuration screens shown in this section are available only to administrative users. Nexus allows the admin user to customize the list of repositories, create repository groups, customize server settings, and create routes or “rules” that Maven will use to include or exclude artifacts from a repository.
In a real installation of Nexus, you’ll probably want to customize the administrative password to something other than “admin123”, and you might want to override the default directories that Nexus uses to store repository data. To do this, log in as the administrative user and click on Server under Configuration in the lefthand navigation menu. The server configuration screen is shown in Figures 16-11 and 16-12.
Figure 16-11. Nexus server configuration (file, SMTP, and HTTP config)
Figure 16-12. Nexus server configuration (security, app server, and HTTP proxy config)
This screen allows you to change:
Under the File Settings group, you can customize the working directory. You may wish to customize the working directory if your Nexus installation is going to be mirroring very large repositories and you want to put your working directory on another partition.
You can change where Nexus looks for logs. ...