InterSystems IRIS Data Platform Container changePassword not working

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Hey, 

I am pretty new to Docker and everything around that. I installed the container image from DockerHub and followed the instructions (https://hub.docker.com/_/intersystems-iris-data-platform/plans/222f869e-567c-4928-b572-eb6a29706fbd?tab=instructions). Everything is working fine except for the part where I want to change the default password.

 

I followed the instructions from this article (https://community.intersystems.com/post/using-intersystems-iris-containers-docker-windows) and the result was:

docker run --name iris3 --detach --publish 9091:51773 --publish 9092:52773 --volume C:\Users\user1\Desktop\TL5\DockerProjekt\warenverwaltung\container\IRISDataPlatform\password:/external 92ecaf86671c --before "cp /external/password.txt /external/password_copied.txt && /usr/irissys/dev/Cloud/ICM/changePassword.sh /durable/password_copied.txt"

 

The problem was that "changePassword.sh" doesnt exist inside the container. So I deleted the --before part to start the container and get inside it. I followed the path and saw that there are just "changePasswordHash.sh" and "changePasswordCSP.sh".  Using "changePasswordCSP.sh" resulted in a permission denied error, but "changePasswordHash.sh" seems to work - The container is up and running and i am able to open the management portal. 

 

The next problem is that I cant login with my password written in password.txt. I just typed "admin" in password.txt but when I try to login with 

Username: _SYSTEM

PW: admin

it fails. Same for

Username: Admin

PW: admin

Even the login via _SYSTEM and SYS isnt working anymore.

 

Do you know what I am doing wrong?

 

Info: 92ecaf is my Container Image ID becauer I used a Dockerfile to build a new image for testing. Also i am using a Windows Machine with Docker Desktop installed

Replies

Hi Maik,

changePassword.sh is still in the container, but its location has moved.  It is in the PATH for your container, so if you delete the absolute-path portion and use "changePassword.sh /durable/password_copied.txt" you should be up and running.

changePasswordHash.sh is an internal tool and we don't recommend customers use it.

Hope this helps.