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Re: [opensuse-buildservice] OBS 2.3 corrections
  • From: 686f6c6d <686f6c6d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2012 15:58:05 +0200
  • Message-id: <CAMEHyeE-ozJ62_=CY5p8ghNABNt32y4-aGGf2WR-aPAiarjmFg@mail.gmail.com>
On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 23:53, Joop Boonen <joop.boonen@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I found another way to "fix it" and not "jeopardize" security.

--- /srv/www/obs/webui/config/environments/production.rb.orig   2011-09-21
12:57:27.000000000 +0200
+++ /srv/www/obs/webui/config/environments/production.rb        2011-09-22
21:16:57.620321787 +0200
@@ -15,8 +15,8 @@

 # Host name gets changed by obsapisetup on each boot
 FRONTEND_HOST = "localhost"
-FRONTEND_PORT = 81
-FRONTEND_PROTOCOL = 'http'
+FRONTEND_PORT = 444
+FRONTEND_PROTOCOL = 'https'

If this is an option can this be put in git or in
/usr/share/doc/packages/obs-api/README.SETUP

As far as I can tell, only the README.SETUP changes from above have
been included and are distributed with obs-{server,api} in version
2.2.994-1.3, correct? (The apache2/vhost/obs.conf change is not
included.)

The setup docs as they are now do NOT result in a working OBS: When
apache and obsapidelayd are started and it's time to run curl or
browse the webui (step 4.1), the latter only displays the very
unhelpful message "Unable to connect to API host. (localhost)". curl
displays a similar error. Being a newbie, I am unable to debug this
problem with the docs.

I cannot comment on the security of the 444/https fix, but at least it
works; I haven't tested the obs.conf fix.
Please update the docs, and test them, because right now they are broken.

(I have found some more small errors in the docs, I'll push those via
git directly because they're mostly trivial.)


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    686f6c6d / Christopher 'm4z' Holm
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