TeamForge Git integration: Post-install FAQ TeamForge Git integration: Post-install FAQ
Post-install questions on the TeamForge Git integration.
- Where can I locate the post-installation script?
- After the installation finishes successfully, you will find the post-installation script at /usr/sbin/ctf-git-integration-setup.sh.
- Where can I find logs for installation errors?
- The logs are located under /tmp/ctf-git-integration-setup.log. For more on log files, see the README and TeamForge Git integration reference.
- Why does the post-installation script ask for the TeamForge username and password? Is it safe to provide these values?
- The TeamForge user credentials you supply are used to synchronize TeamForge project roles and permissions. The credentials are encrypted -- so it is safe to provide them.
- How can I start and stop Git?
- After you successfully run the post-installation script, you can start (and
stop) the Git service by running the following commands on a shell as the
root or sudo user:
- $ service gerrit start
- $ service gerrit stop
- I provided some incorrect values while running the post-installation script. Can I change them?
- You can run the post-installation script /usr/sbin/ctf-git-integration-setup.sh at any point. The script will walk you through all configuration values, one by one, and ask if you want to change them.
- I'm using CollabNet's VMware image for TeamForge with the Git integration pre-configured. I want to change certain parameters of the Git SCM adapter, for example, the hostname of the server. How can I do that?
- CollabNet's VMware image has standard configurations for the Git integration. If
you want to reconfigure a property (change the hostname from the default
"localhost" to the FQDN), log in as the TeamForge site administrator and edit
the property for the Git integration.