RabbitMQ: List | Create Users – Rabbitmqctl

The internal RabbitMQ users can be managed from the command-line using the rabbitmqctl command. Note, that the users from any alternative authentication backends (e.g. LDAP) cannot be inspected or managed with the commands listed below. In this note i will show how to list, create, set permissions and delete internal RabbitMQ users from the command-line […]

Jenkins: Reset Admin Password

If you have forgotten the Jenkins admin password and can’t log in to a Jenkins user interface (UI) as administrator, you can connect to a Jenkins server via SSH and reset the Jenkins admin password. The simplest solution is to completely disable security in /var/lib/jenkins/config.xml file, access the Jenkins UI omitting authentication and rest the […]

Jenkins: Default Password & Username

The first time you start Jenkins, the configuration is created along with the initial default administrator account. If for some reason you have skipped the user-creation step in the setup wizard, you can use the default admin username and password to access the Jenkins UI. The Jenkins default password is stored in the $JENKINS_HOME/secrets/initialAdminPassword file […]