If I remove the following lines from hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml:
I cannot login to the Ciphermail web GUI. Without the lines above, I get the back-end is not running error.
Also, I can't find an include for the hibernate.mysql.connection.xml in the hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml file.
The hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml seems like it's generated automatically by something. I suspect that's the case with the ^M characters in it.
From: Users [mailto:users-bounces(a)lists.ciphermail.com] On Behalf Of Martijn Brinkers via Users
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 3:25 AM
Subject: Re: Changing MySQL credentials
On 06-08-18 13:16, Dino Edwards via Users wrote:
If I wanted to change MySQL credentials for Ciphermail, what config
files would I have to modify?
The installation Guide only seems to mention the
but the /usr/share/djigzo/conf/database/hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml also
seems to have the MySQL crendentials in it. Does the
/usr/share/djigzo/conf/database/hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml get generated
automatically by the system?
The file hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml should not have credentials in it.
hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml includes the file hibernate.mysql.connection.xml (see &connectionsettings;)
Are you sure you are not referring to the file:
Because this file also contains the credentials. This file is used for backup/restore because MariaDB backup/restore functions need a password.
So if you change the password and need to use the backup/restore functionality, you also need to update this password.
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