Obtain application and server credentials
Welcome to your new Bitnami application running on AWS Cloud! Here are a few questions (and answers!) you might need when first starting with your application.
IMPORTANT: Phabricator requires you to access the application using a specific domain. This domain is the public domain name for the cloud server, such as ec2-aaa-bbb-ccc-ddd.compute-1.amazonaws.com. If you access the application using the IP address, you may see the error message below:
To access the application using the IP address, add it to the Phabricator configuration by executing the following command, depending on your installation type, and replacing the ADDRESS placeholder with the public IP address of your cloud server:
* Approach A (Bitnami installations using system packages): $ sudo /opt/bitnami/phabricator/bin/config set phabricator.allowed-uris '["http://ADDRESS"] * Approach B (Self-contained Bitnami installations): $ sudo /opt/bitnami/apps/phabricator/htdocs/bin/config set phabricator.allowed-uris '["http://ADDRESS"]
What credentials do I need?
You need two sets of credentials:
- The application credentials that allow you to log in to your new Bitnami application. These credentials consist of a username and password.
- The server credentials that allow you to log in to your AWS Cloud server using an SSH client and execute commands on the server using the command line. These credentials consist of an SSH username and key.
Watch the following video to learn quickly how to obtain the application credentials of those applications deployed using the AWS Console:
What is the administrator username set for me to log in to the application for the first time?
What SSH username should I use for secure shell access to my application?
SSH username: bitnami