We're running Bitnami Gitlab 8.12.4 with Ubuntu 16 on a local server. Due to a network change, I had to change the server's ip address from 192.168.8.1 to 10.0.0.5.After the ip change, everything seem to work fine. I was able to login to the Gitlab local web environment so I naively assumed everything was working correctly. This wasn't the case and my programmers were complaining they were unable to push/pull code. So I dug into it and found some references to the old 192.x address in:- /opt/gitlab-8.9.6-0/apps/gitlab/htdocs/config/gitlab.ymland- /home/git/gitlab-shell/config.ymlI changed the references in those files from the old address to the new address and everything seem to work again. Are those changes sufficient? Or do I need to make some other changes in order to make Gitlab fully functional?
Thanks in advance.
Your are right, these are the only files where gitlab store ips. You do not need to modify any other file.
If you have any other question and you think we can help, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Best regards,Silvio Fernández
Thank you for your reply Silvio. Good to know those are the only files that needed editing.