Setting judgehost password programatically, via MariaDB cli client
mj.kaczanowicz at gmail.com
Wed Feb 20 19:18:43 CET 2019
My problem at the moment is - I checked several options for password
hashing algorithm both with php and htpasswd and none of them matches value
in db :(
In my example user is judgehost and password is test, and hash stored in db
What's more cryptic to me, I "changed" the password via web interface
several time to the same "test" password and each time record in db changed
its value. Perheps someone has an idea on how is that even possible?
On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 9:03 AM Thijs Kinkhorst <thijs at kinkhorst.com> wrote:
> Hi Michał,
> On Tue, February 19, 2019 19:55, Michał‚ Kaczanowicz wrote:
> > My current task is to deploy domjudge - or more precisely, to create a
> > "one click deploy" configuration. I aim to use docker images of
> > domserver and domjudge. I'd like to accomplish my task using docker and
> > docker compose. But here comes a slight problem. After setting up
> > domserver, I need to set new password for judgehost user. Setup manual
> > suggest to do it "by hand", via web interface on admin account. Is there
> > a way to do that programatically, e.g. simply updating password for
> > judgehost user in domjudge.user table? How is the hash computed?
> Interesting project! Would be great if you could share the results!
> You should be able to use PHP's password_hash() on the desired string like
> $hash = password_hash("yourpasword", PASSWORD_DEFAULT);
> Or on the command line:
> htpasswd -bnB "" yourpassword|tr -d ":\n"
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