The problem is if You use sqlite and owner os file is Apache user :|
On 8 Wrz, 21:50, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> While we should probably provide an easier way to do this, the
> following should work.
> $ rb-site manage /path/to/site shell
> >>> from django.contrib.auth.models import User
> >>> u = User.objects.get(username="admin")
> >>> u.set_password("the new password")
> >>> u.save()
> Replace the admin username above if it's different.
> I'm typing this on my iPhone, so if I typoed, let me know :P
> On Wednesday, September 8, 2010, Dave Brookshire <brooksh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I've inherited a review board server setup by someone who has left.
> > Things have been swimming along quite well until recently, when LDAP
> > authentications began to fail. Those users currently logged in are
> > able to continue working, but any new logins fail. Nothing seems to
> > be logged, and since I cannot login, I do not have admin access to the
> > site.
> > I do, however, have root access to the machine. It appears that our
> > site was setup to use a sqlite database. Accessing this directly, I
> > can see the tables, and even manipulate the auth_users table. I've
> > tried a few things like escalating another user that is logged in to
> > super user status, but I'm guessing they need to logout/login to get
> > the new privs (nothing new showed up in their browser.)
> > I see that there is an admin user, though regettably, I don't have the
> > password. How can I re-create a new sha1 hash appropriate to
> > reviewboard that I can substitute for this user? I've looked at a few
> > sha1 generators, but they all seem to produce the incorrect format.
> > The format in our existing admin user starts with sha1$14...$ then
> > what appears to be the hash. What is the significance of the
> > characters between the two dollar signs?
> > I appreciate any assistance!
> > Thanks!
> > -db
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