REVDEBUG_SERVER_NAME- fully qualified DNS server name or IP address ie.: servername.your.domain.com
REVDEBUG_AUTH_OPENID_SECRET- A secret used within an authentication service provider. The key can be any string of characters. To generate it, you can use the command below (it needs to be a 32 alphanumeric characters, dashes are also allowed):
REVDEBUG_AUTH_OPENID_ADDRESS- address of an authentication service provider. In the case of a keycloak instance, set: http://servername.your.domain.com/auth/realms/rdbRealm
KEYCLOAK_USERAdmin user for keycloak admin
KEYCLOAK_PASSWORDAdmin user password for keycloak change_me_in_env_file
REVDEBUG_VOLUME_PATHdefaults to /var/revdebug/, so the path by default should be: /var/revdebug/keycloak/). Removing this directory and restarting the server involves the loss of previous keyclack configuration along with the created user accounts.
sudocommand like in the example above)
KEYCLOAK_PASSWORDvariables in the .env configuration file (see Settings overview).
Disabled- Blocked user
User- Permission to view the dashboards, performance metrics, alarms and traces.
Developer- Permissions the same as User plus ability to view the recordings.
Admin/Sysop- Permissions the same as Developer plus ability manage RevDeBug configuration.
Flight Recordertab and expand settings list (top right corner with gears icon)
Warning- it’s active from the 10th day to the 7th day before the end of the license validity date
Red Alert- it’s active from the 7th day to the last day of license validity