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[HDGEM] TLS (formerly SSL) is a security protocol that can be added to HTTP to increase the security of your website
encryption: This protects the privacy of the communication between client and server.
properly authenticating yourself: the client can trust that you are really you. The TLS handshake that is made at the beginning of the connection ensures the client that no one is trying to impersonate you;
data integrity: this ensures that no one has tampered with the data in a request/response cycle;
The TLS layer can be added to other protocols too, such as FTP (making it FTPS) or WebSockets (making ws://wss://).
-- Posted By Blogger to HDGEM at 2/16/2017 04:11:00 PM
Change to the bin directory $ cd wildfly-[version]/bin
Start the server in domain mode $ ./domain.sh
Start the server in standalone mode $ ./standalone.sh
To stop the server, press Ctrl + C, or use the admin console $ ./jboss-cli.sh --connect command=:shutdown
See also: How to connect to wildfly server remotely?
To reset it without disabling security if you're using matrix permissions (probably easily adaptable to other login methods): In config.xml, set disableSignup to false.Restart Jenkins.Go to the Jenkins web page and sign up with a new user.In config.xml, duplicate one of the <permission>hudson.model.Hudson.Administer:username</permission> lines and replace username with the new user.If it's a private server, set disableSignup back to true in config.xml.Restart Jenkins.Go to the Jenkins web page and log in as the new user.Reset the password of the original user.Log in as the original user.
Optional cleanup: Delete the new user.Delete the temporary <permission> line in config.xml. Alternative way: ssh to the server, disable authentication, set the password via the Jenkins Web UI, then enable authentication.