I am using a script to export hipchat data. When i was executing the script it is asking for password. What is the password should i give and also I am using scripts that have been provided in the below link
Can you please help me that which password do i need to use in order to make the script gets executed.
The export utility automatically encrypts your data. The password you need to provide will be the same one used to decrypt the data if you ever need to import or access the archive file.
To protect your archive file, you're required to provide this password when you import your data into HipChat Data Center. We don't store this password, so be sure to remember it.
You'll pass the password to the export command using the '-p' parameter:
usage: Usage: hipchat export [arguments]
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-c, --check Check status of export
-e, --export Export the provided package into the server
-p PASSPHRASE, --passphrase PASSPHRASE
The passphrase to decrypt the package
-o, --include_oto Include one to one messages in the export
Include attachments in the export
--notify EXTRA_RECIPIENTS [EXTRA_RECIPIENTS ...]
List of emails that will get notified when the export
job is finished, in addition to the server admin
-u PURGE, --purge-older-than PURGE
Delete all exports older than the specified value in
-n, --cancel Cancel the current export job
--all Returns all available exports, in a json format
You may need to supply a password for your SSH sessions to your HipChat Server/Data Center environment, also. If so, you can update the script with 'ssh -i <ssh_key>' or similar to authenticate the SSH sessions.
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