Bitbucket datacenter using HAproxy - Keystore question

Hi all,

Have set up a Bitbucket data center cluster using HAproxy based on the few lines of documentation available on Atlassian's pages (https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/securing-bitbucket-server-behind-haproxy-using-ssl-779303273.html)

It's now up and running, but as i am about to integrate it with Bamboo, i need to add the load-balancers SSL cert to bamboo's keystore. This is easy, simply download it with openssl and import it, no biggie.

The other way (importing the bamboo-cert into the haproxy) is harder as haproxy don't use a java keystore. Where are the surrounding certs added? In the same PEM file where the pem cert and the private key is concatenated? Without this, application links will not work between bamboo and bitbucket..

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Kind regards

Jonas

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You simply download the cert as PEM and concatenate it to the pem file defined in the haproxy.cfg

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