I have a generate a Java keystore that contains a purchased wildcard certificate for my domain. I have been able to properly apply this keystore to my JIRA and Confluence server, but I'm having no such luck getting Bitbucket to properly recognize it. The keystore is in pkcs12 format, and the entries in my bitbucket.properties config file are as follows:
server.ssl.key-store-password=<password for my keystore>
Yet when I attempt to launch Bitbucket, I get the following error in the atlassian-bitbucket.log:
APPLICATION FAILED TO START
The Tomcat connector configured to listen on port 8888 failed to start. The port may already be in use or the connector may be misconfigured.
Verify the connector's configuration, identify and stop any process that's liste ning on port 8888, or configure this application to listen on another port.
There are no other services running on this host that would be taking port 8888, so I'm pretty sure this is a config file issue but I have no clue what items in the config file are either wrong or missing.
Try removing the server.port configuration. It should default to the port being used in server.xml. If 8888 is used in the server.xml then that may cause it to think it's already in use.
Also add .. for SSL
server.scheme=https server.proxy-port=443 server.proxy-name=bitbucket.example.com
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