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Openfire安装和使用都非常简单,前言XMPP开源IM客户端Spark近日发布了2澳门新浦京手机版:.8.2版

日期: 2020-03-27 00:12 浏览次数 : 112

摘要XMPP开源IM顾客端斯Parker前段时间公布了2.8.2版,该版本是个单身发布版,首借使修补了有的Bug并追加了LittleLuck界凉粉肤。前言XMPP开源IM客商端斯Parker方今表露了2.8.2版,该版本是个独立发表版,主固然修复了部分Bug并扩大了LittleLuck界凉皮肤。斯Parker是一个开源、跨平台IM顾客端(支持Linux、windows、Mac OS X平台)。它的风味协理集组谈心,电话集成和有力安全品质。假使公司内部布置IM使用Openfire+斯Parker是最棒的结缘。官方的认证原来的作品This is a regular update. But there is a change, which can affect new users. "Accept all certificates" option on the Adanced menu on the Login screen won't be enabled by default for new users from now on. This option makes 斯Parker automatically accept expired, self-signed and other incorrect TLS certificates. Which makes it less secure. If you are using self-signed certificates, your new users will have to enable this option manually (once卡塔尔. Or you can add this option to a preconfigured spark.properties file, if you distribute it to new users. Old users won't be affected by this (those upgrading straight from 2.7 version will still be affected卡塔尔. We encourage server admins to use certificates from trusted authorities (e.g. Let's Encrypt卡塔尔(قطر‎. This version also includes 4.1.9 update for Smack, which has a fix for a critical security vulnerability.UPDATE (二零一六/1三分之二9卡塔尔:it looks like 斯Parker is not saving settings on Advanced menu, if a user has never opened it. For such users "Accept all certificates" setting will be disabled after updating to 2.8.2 from any version. They will have to go to Advanced menu and enable if if they encounter "Unable to verify a certificate" error.Those who are using Client Control plugin will have to update it to version 2.1.0 as 斯Parker2.8.2 is already modified to work with that version and it will miss many menus and checkboxes if being used with an older version of that plugin. 2.1.0 version requires Openfire 4.0.0 at least. If you are using older version of Openfire and want to keep using Client Control, you might want to hold of updating to 斯Parker2.8.2.(官方最早的文章: 版更新内容Bug:[SPARK-1516] - Spark should not let open profile edit by clicking the avatar if profile changing is disabled[SPARK-1520] - Systray icon changes to online when one opens the chat window[SPARK-1593] - Spark shouldn't add Offline status when a user goes invisible[SPARK-1758] - Unfiled group appears when contact goes online[SPARK-1801] - Fix links opening in KDE environment (updated)[SPARK-1816] - Shouldn't freeze when using unsupported plugins[SPARK-1820] - Can't switch back to online presence after turning invisible on[SPARK-1827] - Shouldn't allow broadcast to selected users when it is disabled in Client Control新功能:[SPARK-1802] - Add LittleLuck skin[SPARK-1835] - Modify Spark to work with new Openfire Client Control plugin settings杂项:[SPARK-1732] - Update bundled JRE with the latest version[SPARK-1837] - Update Smack to the latest version (4.1.9)优化:[SPARK-1021] - Default to Name field as nickname when adding a contact[SPARK-1434] - Add Polish Spelling option[SPARK-1789] - Change Accept all certificates option to disabled by default[SPARK-1822] - Add additional default properties to control GUI settings[SPARK-1824] - Update Polish translation[SPARK-1831] - Update Italian translation更加多版本更新记录,请参见:

摘要Openfire发布4.1.5版,Openfire 选用Java开垦,开源的实时合营(RTC)服务器基于XMPP(Jabber)左券。Openfire安装和应用都特别轻易,并应用Web进行拘留。单台服务器可支撑上万并发顾客。前言Openfire基于XMPP(Jabber)左券,选拔Java开垦,是开源的即时通信(IM卡塔尔服务器。Openfire安装和采纳都特别简单,并使用Web举办保管,单台服务器可支撑上万并发顾客。Openfire开垦公司代表将持续努力制作一个安居的4.1本子多种,清除自 4.1.0 发行版以来在 Openfire 中碰到的roster group难题等。4.1.5版更新内容Bug[OF-1310] - Can`t delete last item of the pubsub node[OF-1327] - Should not compare incomparable types[OF-1330] - Can't enable database query statistics on the admin console[OF-1332] - Update bundled MySQL driver to fix utf8mb4 databases[OF-1334] - Monitoring Plugin displays "Archive index rebuild failed"[OF-1348] - AuthBased*Provider try to use SortedSet without Comparable items[OF-1355] - UserImportExport plugin: import should not fail when optional config is missingTask[OF-1343] - Update install guide about the automatic service installationImprovement[OF-1277] - Change setting name to Invisible Login and Status[OF-1325] - Implement separate History settings in Client Control[OF-1326] - Allow BOSH context to be re-used.[OF-1338] - Minimum server version restrictions should ignore release status identifier[OF-1341] - Windows Launcher requires to run "as administrator"[OF-1342] - Remove "Run Openfire" from the final step of the installer[OF-1347] - Group settings update[OF-1350] - Be less strict when setting a password on a MUC room[OF-1351] - Parse 'release' number[OF-1352] - Plugin version number should not wrap官方链接:

Configuring HSTS

HSTS if supported by the browsers makes sure that your users will only reach your sever via HTTPS. When the user comes for the first time it sees a header from the server which states for how long from now this site should only be reachable via HTTPS - that's the HSTS max-age value.

With NGINX_HSTS_MAXAGE you can configure that value. The default value is 31536000 seconds. If you want to disable a already sent HSTS MAXAGE value, set it to 0.

docker run --name gitlab -d 
 --env 'GITLAB_HTTPS=true' --env 'SSL_SELF_SIGNED=true' 
 --env 'NGINX_HSTS_MAXAGE=2592000' 
 --volume /srv/docker/gitlab/gitlab:/home/git/data 
 sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

If you want to completely disable HSTS set NGINX_HSTS_ENABLED to false.

Deploy to a subdirectory (relative url root)

By default GitLab expects that your application is running at the root (eg. /). This section explains how to run your application inside a directory.

Let's assume we want to deploy our application to '/git'. GitLab needs to know this directory to generate the appropriate routes. This can be specified using the GITLAB_RELATIVE_URL_ROOT configuration option like so:

docker run --name gitlab -it --rm 
    --env 'GITLAB_RELATIVE_URL_ROOT=/git' 
    --volume /srv/docker/gitlab/gitlab:/home/git/data 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

GitLab will now be accessible at the /git path, e.g. http://www.example.com/git.

NoteThe GITLAB_RELATIVE_URL_ROOT parameter should always begin with a slash and SHOULD NOT have any trailing slashes.

Redis

GitLab uses the redis server for its key-value data store. The redis server connection details can be specified using environment variables.

Configuration

Facebook

To enable the Facebook OAuth2 OmniAuth provider you must register your application with Facebook. Facebook will generate a API key and secret for you to use. Please refer to the GitLab documentation for the procedure to generate the API key and secret.

Once you have the API key and secret generated, configure them using the OAUTH_FACEBOOK_API_KEY andOAUTH_FACEBOOK_APP_SECRET environment variables respectively.

For example, if your API key is xxx and the API secret key is yyy, then adding --env 'OAUTH_FACEBOOK_API_KEY=xxx' --env 'OAUTH_FACEBOOK_APP_SECRET=yyy' to the docker run command enables support for Facebook OAuth.

Generation of Self Signed Certificates

Generation of self-signed SSL certificates involves a simple 3 step procedure.

STEP 1: Create the server private key

openssl genrsa -out gitlab.key 2048

STEP 2: Create the certificate signing request (CSR)

openssl req -new -key gitlab.key -out gitlab.csr

STEP 3: Sign the certificate using the private key and CSR

openssl x509 -req -days 3650 -in gitlab.csr -signkey gitlab.key -out gitlab.crt

Congratulations! you have now generated an SSL certificate that will be valid for 10 years.

External Redis Server

The image can be configured to use an external redis server. The configuration should be specified using environment variables while starting the GitLab image.

Assuming that the redis server host is 192.168.1.100

docker run --name gitlab -it --rm 
    --env 'REDIS_HOST=192.168.1.100' --env 'REDIS_PORT=6379' 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

Twitter

To enable the Twitter OAuth2 OmniAuth provider you must register your application with Twitter. Twitter will generate a API key and secret for you to use. Please refer to the GitLab documentation for the procedure to generate the API key and secret with twitter.

Once you have the API key and secret generated, configure them using the OAUTH_TWITTER_API_KEY andOAUTH_TWITTER_APP_SECRET environment variables respectively.

For example, if your API key is xxx and the API secret key is yyy, then adding --env 'OAUTH_TWITTER_API_KEY=xxx' --env 'OAUTH_TWITTER_APP_SECRET=yyy' to the docker run command enables support for Twitter OAuth.

GitLab

To enable the GitLab OAuth2 OmniAuth provider you must register your application with GitLab. GitLab will generate a Client ID and secret for you to use. Please refer to the GitLab documentation for the procedure to generate the Client ID and secret with GitLab.

Once you have the Client ID and secret generated, configure them using the OAUTH_GITLAB_API_KEY andOAUTH_GITLAB_APP_SECRET environment variables respectively.

For example, if your Client ID is xxx and the Client secret is yyy, then adding --env 'OAUTH_GITLAB_API_KEY=xxx' --env 'OAUTH_GITLAB_APP_SECRET=yyy' to the docker run command enables support for GitLab OAuth.

Linking to Redis Container

You can link this image with a redis container to satisfy gitlab's redis requirement. The alias of the redis server container should be set to redisio while linking with the gitlab image.

To illustrate linking with a redis container, we will use the sameersbn/redis image. Please refer the README of docker-redis for details.

First, lets pull the redis image from the docker index.

docker pull sameersbn/redis:latest

Lets start the redis container

docker run --name gitlab-redis -d 
    --volume /srv/docker/gitlab/redis:/var/lib/redis 
    sameersbn/redis:latest

We are now ready to start the GitLab application.

docker run --name gitlab -d --link gitlab-redis:redisio 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

Crowd

To enable the Crowd server OAuth2 OmniAuth provider you must register your application with Crowd server.

Configure GitLab to enable access the Crowd server by specifying the OAUTH_CROWD_SERVER_URLOAUTH_CROWD_APP_NAME andOAUTH_CROWD_APP_PASSWORD environment variables.

Installing Trusted SSL Server Certificates

If your GitLab CI server is using self-signed SSL certificates then you should make sure the GitLab CI server certificate is trusted on the GitLab server for them to be able to talk to each other.

The default path image is configured to look for the trusted SSL certificates is at /home/git/data/certs/ca.crt, this can however be changed using the SSL_CA_CERTIFICATES_PATH configuration option.

Copy the ca.crt file into the certs directory on the datastore. The ca.crt file should contain the root certificates of all the servers you want to trust. With respect to GitLab CI, this will be the contents of the gitlab_ci.crt file as described in the READMEof the docker-gitlab-ci container.

By default, our own server certificate gitlab.crt is added to the trusted certificates list.

Host UID / GID Mapping

Per default the container is configured to run gitlab as user and group git with uid and gid 1000. The host possibly uses this ids for different purposes leading to unfavorable effects. From the host it appears as if the mounted data volumes are owned by the host's user/group 1000.

Also the container processes seem to be executed as the host's user/group 1000. The container can be configured to map theuid and gid of git to different ids on host by passing the environment variables USERMAP_UID and USERMAP_GID. The following command maps the ids to user and group git on the host.

docker run --name gitlab -it --rm [options] 
    --env "USERMAP_UID=$(id -u git)" --env "USERMAP_GID=$(id -g git)" 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

When changing this mapping, all files and directories in the mounted data volume /home/git/data have to be re-owned by the new ids. This can be achieved automatically using the following command:

docker run --name gitlab -d [OPTIONS] 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1 app:sanitize

 

External Issue Trackers

Since version 7.10.0 support for external issue trackers can be enabled in the "Service Templates" section of the settings panel.

If you are using the docker-redmine image, you can one up the gitlab integration with redmine by adding --volumes-from=gitlab flag to the docker run command while starting the redmine container.

By using the above option the /home/git/data/repositories directory will be accessible by the redmine container and now you can add your git repository path to your redmine project. If, for example, in your gitlab server you have a project namedopensource/gitlab, the bare repository will be accessible at /home/git/data/repositories/opensource/gitlab.git in the redmine container.

Enabling HTTPS support

HTTPS support can be enabled by setting the GITLAB_HTTPS option to true. Additionally, when using self-signed SSL certificates you need to the set SSL_SELF_SIGNED option to true as well. Assuming we are using self-signed certificates

docker run --name gitlab -d 
    --publish 10022:22 --publish 10080:80 --publish 10443:443 
    --env 'GITLAB_SSH_PORT=10022' --env 'GITLAB_PORT=10443' 
    --env 'GITLAB_HTTPS=true' --env 'SSL_SELF_SIGNED=true' 
    --volume /srv/docker/gitlab/gitlab:/home/git/data 
    sameersbn/gitlab:8.5.1

In this configuration, any requests made over the plain http protocol will automatically be redirected to use the https protocol. However, this is not optimal when using a load balancer.