Scenario / Questions
I’m running Jenkins, currently 2.89.3 on Windows, and have managed to configure SSL (…hooray!…).
Problem now is that I want to encrypt the
-httpsKeyStorePassword defined in
jenkins.xml, but despite all my Google-skills, I have not been able to figure out how to do it. Actually it might be that the answer is “no can do”, ref. JENKINS 38090 – Configure encrypted password for java keystore in /etc/sysconfig/jenkins which seems related and says:
It is not possible to enter encrypted or hashed passwords for java keystore.
only able to read “plain text” password!
Anyone able to either confirm that the above Jenkins issue is still valid, but most hopefully point to some documentation (which I should have found) explaning how to do it.
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