Recent FishEye/Crucible 4.5.3 had for some time problems to start because of file system permissions. Now only (?) one other problem exists:
2018-05-18 07:24:19,153 WARN - Problem starting repository next-config (next-config)
com.cenqua.fisheye.LicensePolicyException: Cannot start repository next-config: your license only allows up to 5 running repositories.
And we have some more (I think two more) from former times with a bigger license. But I cannot login anymore because my name and my password, coming from Crowd (3.1.2), are not accepted and when I try to reset my password I always seem to see a different text to repeat than FishEye/Crucible. So I am constantly locked out.
https://confluence.atlassian.com/fisheye/how-to-reset-the-administration-page-password-in-fisheye-or-crucible-298977083.html?_ga=2.162104892.1443206771.1526547334-1274374449.1522743248 describes a method to reset the admin password (which might not be set here), which seem to fail. Maybe because I am using the wrong port number. Which of the two following is the proper one?
2018-05-18 07:24:14,383 INFO - Server started on :6980 (http), 8009 (ajp13) (control port on 127.0.0.1:8059)
Please eMail me directly, if possible, because I am here on my head's behalf: mailto:Peter.Dyballa@Bertelsmann.DE
From what I understood your description, it seems that you are having issues while logging in Fisheye.
According to the Restrictions on FishEye Starter Licenses, Fisheye does not allow more that 5/users and 5 repos for Starter Licenses.
Therefore, I recommend you to follow the How to reset the Administration Page password in FishEye or Crucible KB to Login on Fisheye and restrict repositories/user according to Starter License.
You should be able to access your instance using the 6980 (http) port and using the admin password following the document above.
Loading the admin/admin.do page from port 6980 fails although FishEye is listening at that port:
java 6667 fisheye 545u IPv4 148126 0t0 TCP *:6980 (LISTEN)
java 6667 fisheye 549u IPv4 148128 0t0 TCP *:8009 (LISTEN)
Safari on my local Mac reports a time-out after some minutes.
Is there some other way to switch off unused repositories – if they are the cause?
Or how can I make it connect to Crowd to know me and my password?
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