GitLab一键式安装bitnami 专题

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GitLab一键式安装bitnami 专题

developerguy 2016-03-01 16:55:00 浏览1335

git lab developer角色不能提交到master分支的问题


git -c diff.mnemonicprefix=false -c core.quotepath=false push -v origin master:master
Pushing to http://xxx/xxx/xxx_HTML.git

POST git-receive-pack (47642 bytes)

remote: GitLab: You don‘t have permission[K

To http://xxx/xxx/xxx_HTML.git
! [remote rejected] master -> master (pre-receive hook declined)
error: failed to push some refs to ‘http://xxx/xxx/xxx_HTML.git‘

默认 master 分支是处于被保护状态下的,develop 角色是没有权限提交到 master 分支的,Gitlab 更推荐遵循 Gitflow 的方式,临时解决的方式是  Setting中 => Protected branches 启用 master 分支可被 develop 角色提交即可。

在项目的【Setting】中的【Protected branches】可以设置哪些分支是被保护的,默认情况下【master】分支是处于被保护状态下的,develop角色的人是无法提交到master分支的,在下面的【Developers can push】打上钩就可以了。

                    Bitnami GitLab Stack 8.5.1-0


The Bitnami Project was created to help spread the adoption of freely
available, high quality, open source web applications. Bitnami aims to make
it easier than ever to discover, download and install open source software
such as document and content management systems, wikis and blogging

You can learn more about Bitnami at

GitLab allows you to keep your code secure on your own server, manage
repositories, users and access permissions, communicate through issues,
line-commens, wiki pages and perform code reviw with merge requests. It is
powered by Ruby on Rails and completely free and open source (MIT license).

You can learn more about GitLab at

The Bitnami GitLab Stack is an installer that greatly simplifies the
installation of GitLab and runtime dependencies. It includes ready-to-run
versions of Apache, PostgreSQL and Ruby On Rails. GitLab Stack is distributed 
for free under the Apache 2.0 license. Please see the appendix for the specific
licenses of all open source components included.

You can learn more about Bitnami Stacks at


- Easy to Install

Bitnami Stacks are built with one goal in mind: to make it as easy as
possible to install open source software. Our installers completely automate
the process of installing and configuring all of the software included in
each Stack, so you can have everything up and running in just a few clicks.

- Independent

Bitnami Stacks are completely self-contained, and therefore do not interfere
with any software already installed on your system. For example, you can
upgrade your system's PostgreSQL or Apache without fear of 'breaking' your
Bitnami Stack.

- Integrated

By the time you click the 'finish' button on the installer, the whole stack
will be integrated, configured and ready to go. 

- Relocatable

Bitnami Stacks can be installed in any directory. This allows you to have
multiple instances of the same stack, without them interfering with each other. 


Bitnami GitLab Stack ships with the following software versions:

  - GitLab 8.5.1
  - Apache 2.4.18
  - ImageMagick 6.7.5
  - PostgreSQL 9.4.6
  - Git 2.6.1
  - Ruby 2.1.8
  - Rails
  - RubyGems 1.8.12


To install Bitnami GitLab Stack you will need:

    - Intel x86 or compatible processor
    - Minimum of 2048 MB RAM 
    - Minimum of 150 MB hard drive space
    - TCP/IP protocol support
    - Compatible operantig systems:
      - An x86 Linux operating system.


The Bitnami GitLab Stack is distributed as a binary executable installer.
It can be downloaded from:

The downloaded file will be named something similar to: on Linux or on Linux 64 bit.

On Linux, you will need to give it executable permissions:

chmod 755

To begin the installation process, double-click on that file, and you will
be greeted by the 'Welcome' screen. Pressing 'Next' will take you to the
Component Selection screen.

The next screen is the Installation Folder, where you can select where Bitnami 
stack will be installed. If the destination directory does not exist, it will 
be created as part of the installation. 

The next screen will prompt you for data necessary to create the initial
admin user: 

Username and password: You will use this information to log-in into the
administrative interface. The password you provide here will also be used to
protect other parts of the installation. Please see the section named
"Usernames and Passwords" later in this document.

Email address: Your email address.

The next screen will vary, depending on whether the ports needed by the
bundled Apache and PostgreSQL are already taken. The default listening port for
Apache is 80 and for PostgreSQL is 5432. If those ports are already in use by 
other applications, you will be prompted for alternate ports to use.

The next screen will allow you to configure the final details of your
GitLab installation:

Hostname: The hostname for your blog, such as This
information will be used by GitLab when creating certain links. You can
use an IP address but there were login issues using different browsers. It
is advisable to use a fully qualified domain name.

Once the information has been entered, the installation will proceed to copy
the files to the target installation directory and configure the different
components. One this process has  been completed, you will see the
'Installation Finished' page. You can choose to launch Bitnami GitLab
Stack at this point. If you do so, your default web browser will open and
display the Welcome page for the Bitnami GitLab Stack. 

If you received an error message during installation, please refer to
the Troubleshooting section.

The rest of this guide assumes that you installed Bitnami GitLab
Stack in /home/user/gitlab-8.5.1-0 on Linux.


To start/stop/restart application on Linux you can use the included
utility, as shown below:

       ./ (start|stop|restart)
       ./ (start|stop|restart) postgres
       ./ (start|stop|restart) redis
       ./ (start|stop|restart) apache
       ./ (start|stop|restart) sidekiq

  start      - start the service(s)
  stop       - stop  the service(s)
  restart    - restart or start the service(s)

That will start Apache service. Once started, you can open your
browser and access the following URL on Linux:

If you are accessing the machine remotely, you will need to replace with the appropriate IP address or hostname.


The installation process will create several subfolders under the main
installation directory:

	apache2/: Apache Web server.
	ruby/: Ruby language.
	redis/: Redis server.
	postgresql/: PostgreSQL Database.
	  gitlab/: GitLab application folder
	    conf/: GitLab Apache configuration files
	    htdocs/: GitLab application files


The GitLab administrative user and password are the ones you set at
installation time. 

PostgreSQL admin user is called 'postgres', and its password is the same as the
GitLab administrative user password.

The default PostresSQL non-root account used to access the database is named
bitnami, and its password is randomly generated during installation. 


This version of the Bitnami GitLab stack is a preview version, and as
such, may contain a number of bugs and be a little bit rough around the
edges. We are working on the next release, which will contain several
improvements along with expanded documentation. In addition to the resources
provided below, we encourage you to post your questions and suggestions at:

We also encourage you to sign up for our newsletter, which we'll use to
announce new releases and new stacks. To do so, just register at:  

9.1 Installer

# Installer Payload Error 

If you get the following error while trying to run the installer from the
command line:

"Installer payload initialization failed. This is likely due to an
incomplete or corrupt downloaded file" 

The installer binary is not complete, likely because the file was
not downloaded correctly. You will need to download the file and
repeat the installation process. 

9.2 Apache

If you find any problem starting Apache, the first place you should check is
the Apache error log file:

/home/user/gitlab-8.5.1-0/apache2/logs/error.log on Linux or


GitLab is distributed under the MIT License,
which is located at

Redis is distributed under the terms of the three clause BSD license,
wich is located at

Apache Web Server is distributed under the Apache License v2.0, which
is located at

PostgreSQL is distributed under the GNU General Public License v2, which is
located at

Ruby is released under the Ruby License and GPL, wich is located at

Rails is released under the MIT license, which is located

Subversion is released under Subversion License / released under the 
terms of the Apache License, which is located at

RubyGems is released under the Ruby License, which is located at

Rake is released under the Ruby License, which is located at

Thin Web Server is released under the Ruby License, which 
is located at

ImageMagick has its own license, which is located at

Rmagick is released under the MIT license, which is located

Capistrano is released under the MIT/X Consortium License, whic is
located at

OpenSSL is released under the terms of the Apache License, which is
located at

Ncurses is released under the MIT license, which is located at

Readline is released under the GPL license, which is located at

Zlib is released under the zlib License (a free software license/compatible 
with GPL), which is located at

Libiconv is released under the LGPL license, which is located at

Expat is released under the MIT license, which is located at

Neon is released under the GNU General Public License, which is located at

RedCloth is released under the BSD License, which is located at

ImageMagick has its own license, which is located at

Rmagick is released under the MIT license, which is located

Freetype is released under The Freetype Project License, that is located at

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开源中国代码托管平台 就是基于 GitLab 项目搭建。

GitLab是一个利用 Ruby on Rails 开发的开源应用程序,实现一个自托管的Git项目仓库,可通过Web界面进行访问公开的或者私人项目。


GitLab 5.0以前版本要求服务器端采用 Gitolite 搭建,5.0版本以后不再使用 Gitolite ,采用自己开发的 gitlab-shell 来实现。如果你觉得安装麻烦可以使用 GitLab Installers 一键安装程序。


  • Ubuntu/Debian

  • ruby 1.9.3+

  • mysql or postgresql

  • git

  • gitlab-shell

  • redis

  • Sidekiq



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