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Using the latest JFrog Artifactory version? See the documentation here.
After installing Artifactory, the
$ARTIFACTORY_HOME directory will contain the following directory structure (the
$ARTIFACTORY_HOME directory location depends on your installation type):
|access||The home directory of the bundled JFrog Access. More details in the Access Tokens page.|
|access/etc/keys||JFrog Access keys. More details in the Access Tokens page.|
|Artifactory log files (general, access, request etc.)|
|Custom Groovy user plugins.|
|Global security related files (configuring global encryption key, PGP signing key etc.).|
|Manually uploaded custom UI logos.|
|The Derby database (only present when using Derby).|
|The checksum based storage of binaries when using the default filesystem storage.|
|Directory to save temporary files which Artifactory generates.|
|Directory to save files uploaded using the Web UI.|
|Artifactory startup/shutdown scripts.|
|The default tomcat directory bundled with Artifactory.|
|The tmp directory tomcat and the JVM uses (Tomcat automatically assigns it to a java system environment variable as |
|Additional Tomcat log files|
|Configuration files used as examples for different databases and servlet containers.|
|The default backup directory Artifactory uses for system wide and repository backup.|
|Contains the Artifactory WAR file and the Access WAR file used by the bundled Tomcat distribution. We strongly recommend keeping both these files in the same bundled Tomcat.|
Default Admin User
Once the installation is complete, Artifactory has a default user with admin privileges predefined in the system:
Change the admin password
We strongly recommend changing the admin password as soon as installation is complete.
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Please refer to the main Troubleshooting page.