Damn I forgot my admin token to Bitwardenrs. I still have access to the underlying mariadb database. Is there a way to query the database for this password or a way to reset the token? It was originally set via the docker-compose file but the later changed in the GUI.
I would kill the container. set the ADMIN_TOKEN env variable before recreate the container.
If you are using a mysql backend it should be fine.
I practice stateless for my bitwarden_rs installation. killing the container when you’re using a db backend is OK
@kevdog If you can access the filesystem, there were the database and log files are stored.
There should be a config.json file, which should contain your changed admin token.
Hey thanks for help. I did manage too find the config.json file and read the passwords there. It helped a lot the hashed version of the password wasn’t stored
It’s not a hashed password, its a token. Token arn’t hashed.
More softly, I did turn off the container, looked at the config parameter of Docker, and relaunch the container.
Thank you !