If I remove the following lines from hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml:
I cannot login to the Ciphermail web GUI. Without the lines above, I get the back-end is
not running error.
Also, I can't find an include for the hibernate.mysql.connection.xml in the
The hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml seems like it's generated automatically by something. I
suspect that's the case with the ^M characters in it.
From: Users [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Martijn Brinkers via
Sent: Thursday, August 9, 2018 3:25 AM
Subject: Re: [CipherMail User] Changing MySQL credentials
On 06-08-18 13:16, Dino Edwards via Users wrote:
If I wanted to change MySQL credentials for
Ciphermail, what config
files would I have to modify?
The installation Guide only seems to mention the
but the /usr/share/djigzo/conf/database/hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml also
seems to have the MySQL crendentials in it. Does the
/usr/share/djigzo/conf/database/hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml get generated
automatically by the system?
The file hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml should not have credentials in it.
hibernate.mysql.cfg.xml includes the file hibernate.mysql.connection.xml (see
Are you sure you are not referring to the file:
Because this file also contains the credentials. This file is used for backup/restore
because MariaDB backup/restore functions need a password.
So if you change the password and need to use the backup/restore functionality, you also
need to update this password.
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