Bastion stores some configurations and credentials in its
It refers to it before booting up and if you have not set it up yet or made some
mistakes, Bastion will not be able to start. So, this is a very important step.
There are two important files that needs to be inside the
Make sure those files are present before you start Bastion. If they are not
present in there, don't worry, you will find two other files named
credentials_example.json. Make a copy of both these
files and remove the
_example part from the copies. Now, you should have these
files inside the
Now, open and edit the
credentials.json files to add (or
edit) the configurations and credentials of Bastion, respectively. And after you
do that, save the files.
This step is only necessary if you are hosting Bastion on Heroku.
Now you need to copy these files to Heroku (and whenever you make any changes to them). Run the following commands to push these files to Heroku:
git add -f settings/config.json settings/credentials.json git commit -m "Initial Bastion Configuration" git push heroku master