>Install SSL certificate for BitBucket.
That still does not answer the question, but the next bit finally does.
Next question - do you want to make Bitbucket run itself over https, or do you want to put it behind a proxy that does all the SSL for you?
I am working on the same issue. If your trying to be all Atlassian about the set up like I am this link will help you.
Else you can install NGINX or Apache and proxy the connection through either one of them.
If I remember when I am done with my setup I will post what I did.
This stack overflow post should help you out a lot. It saved my day. Stackoverflow certificate not X.509
BTW you make the password for your keystore. Make sure your bitbucket.properties are set to read your custom alias.
openssl pkcs12 -export \
-name bitbucket.quckers.com \
-in ~/bitbucket_quckers_com/bitbucket_quckers_com.crt \
-inkey ~/bitbucket.key \
sudo /opt/atlassian/bitbucket/5.4.1/jre/bin/keytool -importkeystore \
-destkeystore ~/tomcat/ssl-keystore.jks \
-srckeystore ~/tomcat/keystore.p12 \
-srcstoretype pkcs12 \
server.ssl.key-alias=bitbucket.quackers.com # See same alias that is specified in the last command stated above.
server.ssl.key-store=/var/atlassian/application-data/bitbucket/shared/config/ssl-keystore.jks # If you leave off the .jks bitbucket has that path set by default.
server.ssl.key-store-password=lk # password set in process above.
server.ssl.key-password=lkj # password set in process above.
If you follow the docs from here you should be good.
@Maxxazo Side note please don't post 50,000 times in a row to fill up my mail box with notifications. Have some respect, were all busy.
Is there any error in below bitbucket.properties? server.port=80 server.ssl.enabled=true server.require-ssl=true server.secure=true server.ssl.key-store=D:/Atlassian/ApplicationData/Bitbucket/shared/config/ssl-keystore/<cert name>
server.ssl.key-store-password=changeit server.ssl.key-store-type=pkcs12 server.ssl.key-password=given server.ssl.client-auth=need
Ok, it seems you're quite confused here.
If you are trying to run Bitbucket over https, and without a proxy, then Ethan's answer is what you need.
However, you've been given a .p12 certificate which is usually a client certificate for connecting to other systems, not for running a server with https. I'd be very surprised if your .p12 contains a server certificate.
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