Stash/Bitbucket Server automated setup always starts Setup Wizard anyway.

I am trying to automate the installation of a Stash server, everything except the automated setup works.

It always starts the Setup Wizard and there is nothing in the logs, on screen or in the console. It just ignores the properties-file and launches the wizard anyway and doesn't tell me why.

The documentation at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH0311/Automated+setup+for+Stash states:

If any of the following required properties are not provided in the properties file, when you start Stash the Setup Wizard will launch at the appropriate screen so that you can enter values for those properties.

But it never states which properties are the required ones.

 

I am using the Atlassian installer and this script.

sudo mkdir -p /stash/shared
sudo groupadd atlstash
sudo useradd -g atlstash atlstash
sudo cp /tmp/stash-config.properties /stash/shared/stash-config.properties
sudo chown -R atlstash:atlstash /stash
wget -q -N -P /tmp/ https://downloads.atlassian.com/software/stash/downloads/atlassian-stash-3.11.2-x64.bin
sudo chmod +x /tmp/atlassian-stash-3.11.2-x64.bin
sudo /tmp/atlassian-stash-3.11.2-x64.bin -q -varfile /tmp/stash-response.varfile

And /shash/shared/shash-config.properties

setup.displayName=Stash
setup.baseUrl=http://10.0.99.100:7990

setup.sysadmin.username=admin
setup.sysadmin.password=admin
setup.sysadmin.displayName=admin
setup.sysadmin.emailAddress=admin@example.com

jdbc.driver=org.postgresql.Driver
jdbc.url=jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/stash
jdbc.user=stash
jdbc.password=stash

auth.remember-me.enabled=optional
feature.public.access=false
logging.logger.ROOT=DEBUG
logging.logger.com.atlassian.stash=DEBUG
plugin.stash-git.path.executable=git

 

1 answer

Make sure BITBUCKET_HOME is set correctly

The automated installer looks for the file bitbucket.properties 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver/bitbucket-server-config-properties-776640155.html

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