Change the Vault Passwords
Autonomous Identity uses the ansible vault to store passwords in encrypted files, rather than in plaintext. Autonomous Identity stores the vault file at
saves the encrypted passwords to
mount is internal to the deployer container. The default encryption algorithm used is AES256.
By default, the
file uses the following parameters:
configuration_service_vault: basic_auth_password: Welcome123 openldap_vault: openldap_password: Welcome123 cassandra_vault: cassandra_password: Welcome123 cassandra_admin_password: Welcome123 mongo_vault: mongo_admin_password: Welcome123 mongo_root_password: Welcome123 elastic_vault: elastic_admin_password: Welcome123 elasticsearch_password: Welcome123
Assume that the vault file is encrypted during the installation. To edit the file:
Edit the Vault file:
Change to the
$ cd ~/autoid-config/
First, decrypt the vault file.
$ ./deployer.sh decrypt-vault
Open a text editor and edit the
Encrypt the file again.
$ ./deployer.sh encrypt-vault