I'm installing Stash on a CentOS 7 server and do not have an XWindows environment installed. Access to the server is only done through SSH (and of course 80 and 443 since it is accepting "web" traffic) The final stage of the Linux binary installer says to open http://localhost:7990, but I do not have access to a browser since I don't even have a GUI. I've tried chaging the host strings in the XML files under <StashInstall>/conf and restarted Stash using the shell scripts provided.
I would note that I do have an instance of JIRA on the same server that ran into a similar issue, but I was able to update the server configs for JIRA to change localhost to <myservername> and restarted JIRA.
You can have access to this interface in many different ways. For example:
1 - If you want to open a browser locally, you can use a browser by command line (I like w3m). So, if you don’t have it, you can install by YUM (yum install w3m) and then w3m http://localhost:7990
2 - Another possibility as Marcin mentioned, is you access the url using the IP Address instead of localhost. Suppose that your stash server is running over the IP 10.2.1.12, so, just type on your desktop browser: 10.2.1.12:7990
If for some reason you cannot reach it, maybe you have a firewall or a selinux running (or maybe both). You can check it with:
If you have selinux, for purposing tests, you can disable it. Change on the /etc/selinux/config the “SELINUX=enforcing” to “SELINUX=disabled” and than restart the Centos.
If you have iptables running, you can disable it or create the rules to allow stash be accessed by your network. You can do it with the commands:
iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 7990 -j ACCEPT
iptables -I FORWARD -p tcp --dport 7990 -j ACCEPT
iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT
The third way is you access it by putty + xming. You can get more details about it on this link:
I hope it helps.
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