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FishEye GUI does not work

Hi all,

This is my config.xml but the GUI won't start. Logs don't show the error or maybe I am not looking in the right place. Can someone please assist me with that?

[CODE]

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<config control-bind="127.0.0.1:8066" version="1.0" admin-hash="[data removed]" timezone="America/New_York">
<!-- see example-config.xml and config.xsd for more documentation -->

<license SID="[data removed]</fisheye><crucible>[data removed]</crucible></license>
<web-server context="fisheye" site-url="https://fisheye-myinstallation.com/">
<ssl bind=":6443" keystore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" keystore-password="[data removed]" truststore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" truststore-password="[data removed]"><excludeProtocols><protocol>SSLv3</protocol></excludeProtocols></ssl>
</web-server>
<security allow-anon="true" allow-cru-anon="true">
<built-in>
<signup enabled="true"/>
</built-in>
<admins><system-admins/></admins><avatar><disabled/></avatar></security>
<repository-defaults>
<linker/>
<allow/>
<tarball enabled="false" maxFileCount="0"/>
<security allow-anon="true"/>
<text-indexer enabled="true"/><watches enabled="true"/><commit-message-syntax syntax="plain"/><changeset-discussions enabled="true"/><show-checkout-url>true</show-checkout-url></repository-defaults>
<check-for-updates/><snippet/></config>


[/CODE]

Thanks

1 answer

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Hi,

 

From the extract of the config.xml it looks like the http/https configuration might be off in your file:

<web-server context="fisheye" site-url="https://fisheye-myinstallation.com/">
<ssl bind=":6443" keystore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" keystore-password="[data removed]" truststore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" truststore-password="[data removed]">
<excludeProtocols><protocol>SSLv3</protocol></excludeProtocols>
</ssl>
</web-server>

 

 

Also from the config.xml seems the instance is brand new, with no configuration or repositories made yet.

If this is true we should start fresh  and apply the ssl configuration later on.

  • Try to modify that section to:
<web-server>
        <http bind=":8060"/>
    </web-server>

so to reset the configuration to the default HTTP and see if this makes Fisheye able to start

  • If that works means that Fisheye is healthy and that the ssl configuration was the culprit
  • After that you can try adding the ssl block back:
<web-server>
  <http bind=":8060"/>
<ssl bind=":6443" keystore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" keystore-password="[data removed]" truststore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" truststore-password="[data removed]">
  <excludeProtocols><protocol>SSLv3</protocol></excludeProtocols>
</ssl>
</web-server>

and check if you can access to <fisheye_ip>:6443

  • If also this works you can re-add the context:
    <web-server context="fisheye" site-url="https://fisheye-myinstallation.com/fisheye">
    <http bind=":8060"/>
    <ssl bind=":6443" keystore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" keystore-password="[data removed]" truststore="/usr/java/jdk1.8.0_152/jre/lib/security/keystore.kst" truststore-password="[data removed]">
    <excludeProtocols><protocol>SSLv3</protocol></excludeProtocols>
    </ssl>
    </web-server>

     

Another alternative is to move the SSL configuration on a reverse proxy (like Apache or NGINX) and configure a reverse proxy in Fisheye. If you are interested in that you can get more information at Securing your Atlassian applications with Apache using SSL

 

Hope this helps

Daniele

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