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    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Ok, the fix was as you propose to me: comment the line:
               proxy_set_header        X-Forwarded-Proto https;
                proxy_set_header        Host $http_host;
                #proxy_set_header       X-External-Client $external_client;
                proxy_set_header        X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
                proxy_set_header        X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    yes
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Yes!!!!!
    could do a arv-put file!
    great!!!!
    Thank's for that
    ;-)
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    that's great!
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    yes!!!!
    really great!
    i've anther question
    how is the superadmintoken generated, abd conserved by the api server?
    teh section about "create a superuser token"
    generate me a token,
    that i use with the arv commands.
    but, how is conserved by the system ?
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    you mean "create_superuser_token.rb" ?
    that script enters it directly into the database
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Ok!
    thanks'!
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    so it only works because it can read database.yml
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    the token for each user have to be generated after i supoe
    ok
    my own user is using the superuser token
    i remenber that when accesing the web page, i will got another one rigth?
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    if you set up the single sign-on server (https://doc.arvados.org/v1.4/install/install-sso.html) and workbench (https://doc.arvados.org/v1.4/install/install-workbench-app.html) users get a token when they log in
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    i will installed it one yes.. .. but o go slowly to understand..
    :-) that's cool!
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    it is technically possible to manage users at the command line but you need to understand the API very well
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    maybe i'll ask you another details
    ok, so that's will for some time using it ..
    thanks :-)
    i will documetnt all my work, to repeat it to understand..
    will go to eat something
    Peter Amstutz
    @tetron
    you can add comments to https://dev.arvados.org/issues/15528
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Ok, check this tomorrow..
    I could do a arv-mount ...
    As i remember, the unique way to remember the uuid is with web page..
    but i'm happy because it's begin to run!
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Hi all. i'm back now with the keepproxy server instalation.. Some issues reading the documentation..
    The deb package install keepproxy as it, with the systemd definition.
    keepproxy server seems to need a file : AssertPathExists=/etc/arvados/keepproxy/keepproxy.yml ... that's not define in the documentation
    i suppose here i have to wrote in the TOKEn, ...
    But i dpn't ahve any reference how to write it..
    Eric Biagiotti
    @ericBiagiotti
    Hi @GuduleJR_twitter. Thanks for pointing out the issue with the keepproxy docs. I'm currently fixing that up. Let me find you an example keepproxy.yml.
    Eric Biagiotti
    @ericBiagiotti
    Client: Scheme: '' APIHost: zzzzz.arvadosapi.com:443 AuthToken: '' Insecure: false Listen: ":25107" DisableGet: false DisablePut: false DefaultReplicas: 0 Timeout: 15s PIDFile: '' Debug: false ManagementToken: ''
    Client:
      Scheme: ''
      APIHost: zzzzz.arvadosapi.com:443
      AuthToken: ''
      Insecure: false
    Listen: ":25107"
    DisableGet: false
    DisablePut: false
    DefaultReplicas: 0
    Timeout: 15s
    PIDFile: ''
    Debug: false
    ManagementToken: ''
    Let us know if you have any questions about that. And while we update our docs for keepproxy, if you look at https://doc.arvados.org/v1.4/install/install-keep-balance.html, thats going to give you a pretty good idea on how to create the configuration and start the service.
    Gudule JR
    @GuduleJR_twitter
    Thanks' Eric! I've found a example using the keepproxy -h, and wrote a yaml file. But i've not time to try it now, but check the doc in this days! Thank's a lot!