JFrog CLI - JFrog CLI (2023)

JFrog CLI v2


We have recently released JFrog CLI v2, which includes changes to the functionality and usage of some of the legacy JFrog CLI commands. The changes are the result of feedback we received from users over time through GitHub, making the usage and functionality easier and more intuitive. For example, some of the default values changed, and are now more consistent across different commands. We also took this opportunity for improving and restructuring the code, as well as replacing old and deprecated functionality.

Most of the changes included in v2 are breaking changes compared to the v1 releases. We therefore packaged and released these changes under JFrog CLI v2, allowing users to migrate to v2 only when they are ready.

We intend to keep v1 available. Future enhancements however are planned to be introduced as part of v2. We therefore encourage users to migrate from the legacy releases to v2.

List of changes in JFrog CLI v2

  1. The default value of the --flat option is now set to false for the jfrog rt upload command.
  2. The deprecated syntax of the jfrog rt mvn command is no longer supported. To use the new syntax, the project needs to be first configured using the jfrog rt mvnc command.
  3. The deprecated syntax of the jfrog rt gradle command is no longer supported. To use the new syntax, the project needs to be first configured using the jfrog rt gradlec command.
  4. The deprecated syntax of the jfrog rt npm and jfrog rt npm-ci commands is no longer supported. To use the new syntax, the project needs to be first configured using the jfrog rt npmc command.
  5. The deprecated syntax of the jfrog rt go command is no longer supported. To use the new syntax, the project needs to be first configured using the jfrog rt go-config command.
  6. The deprecated syntax of the jfrog rt nuget command is no longer supported. To use the new syntax, the project needs to be first configured using the jfrog rt nugetccommand.
  7. All Bintray commands are removed.
  8. The jfrog rt config command is removed and replaced by the jfrog config addcommand.
  9. The jfrog rt use command is removed and replaced with the jfrog config use.
  10. The --props command option and props file spec property for the jfrog rt upload command are removed, and replaced with the --target-props command option and targetProps file spec property respectively.
  11. The following commands are removed

    jfrog rt release-bundle-createjfrog rt release-bundle-deletejfrog rt release-bundle-distributejfrog rt release-bundle-signjfrog rt release-bundle-update

    andreplaced with the following commands respectively

    jfrog ds release-bundle-createjfrog ds release-bundle-deletejfrog ds release-bundle-distributejfrog ds release-bundle-signjfrog ds release-bundle-update
  12. The jfrog rt go-publish command now only supports Artifactory version 6.10.0 and above. Also, the command no longer accepts the target repository as an argument. The target repository should be pre-configured using the jfrog rt go-config command.
  13. The jfrog rt go command no longer falls back to the VCS when dependencies are not found in Artifactory.
  14. The --deps, --publish-deps, --no-registry and --self options of the jfrog rt go-publish command are now removed.
  15. The --apiKey option is now removed. The API key should now be passed as the value of the --password option.
  16. The --exclude-patterns option is now removed, and replaced with the --exclusions option. The same is true for the excludePatterns file spec property, which is replaced with the exclusions property.
  17. The JFROG_CLI_JCENTER_REMOTE_SERVER and JFROG_CLI_JCENTER_REMOTE_REPO environment variables are now removed and replaced with the JFROG_CLI_EXTRACTORS_REMOTE environment variable.
  18. The JFROG_CLI_HOME environment variable is now removed and replaced with the JFROG_CLI_HOME_DIR environment variable.
  19. The JFROG_CLI_OFFER_CONFIG environment variable is now removed and replaced with the CI environment variable. Setting CI to true disables all prompts.
  20. The directory structure is now changed when the jfrog rt download command is used with placeholders and --flat=false (--flat=false is now the default). When placeholders are used, the value of the --flat option is ignored.
  21. When thejfrog rt upload command now uploads symlinks to Atyifctory, the target file referenced by the symlink is uploaded to Artifactory with the symlink name. If the --symlink options is used, the symlink itself (not the referenced file) is uploaded, with the referenced file as a property attached to the file.

Download and installation


To download the executable, please visit theJFrog CLI Download Site.

You can also download the sources from theJFrog CLI Projecton GitHub where you will also find instructions on how to build JFrog CLI.

The legacy name of JFrog CLI's executable is jfrog. In an effort to make the CLI usage easier and more convenient, we recently exposed a series of new installers, which install JFrog CLI with the new jfexecutable name. For backward compatibility, the old installers will remain available. We recommend however migrating to the newer jf executable name.

JFrog CLI v2 "jf" installers

The following installers are available for JFrog CLI v2. These installers make JFrog CLI available through the jf executable.


wget -qO - https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -echo "deb https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-debs xenial contrib" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list;apt update;apt install -y jfrog-cli-v2-jf;


echo "[jfrog-cli]" > jfrog-cli.repo;echo "name=jfrog-cli" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "baseurl=https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-rpms" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "enabled=1" >> jfrog-cli.repo;rpm --import https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.keysudo mv jfrog-cli.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/;yum install -y jfrog-cli-v2-jf;


brew install jfrog-cli

Install with cUrl

curl -fL https://install-cli.jfrog.io | sh

Download with cUrl

curl -fL https://getcli.jfrog.io/v2-jf | sh
(Video) How to configure JFrog CLI to work with Artifactory?


npm install -g jfrog-cli-v2-jf


Slim:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli-v2-jf jf -vFull:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli-full-v2-jf jf -v


powershell "Start-Process -Wait -Verb RunAs powershell '-NoProfile iwr https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-cli/v2-jf/[RELEASE]/jfrog-cli-windows-amd64/jf.exe -OutFile $env:SYSTEMROOT\system32\jf.exe'"


choco install jfrog-cli-v2-jf

JFrog CLI v2 "jfrog" installers

The following installers are available for JFrog CLI v2. These installers make JFrog CLI available through the jfrog executable.


wget -qO - https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -echo "deb https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-debs xenial contrib" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list;apt update;apt install -y jfrog-cli-v2;


echo "[jfrog-cli]" > jfrog-cli.repo;echo "name=jfrog-cli" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "baseurl=https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-rpms" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "enabled=1" >> jfrog-cli.repo;rpm --import https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.keysudo mv jfrog-cli.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/;yum install -y jfrog-cli-v2;


brew install jfrog-cli

Download with Curl

curl -fL https://getcli.jfrog.io/v2 | sh


npm install -g jfrog-cli-v2


(Video) JFrog CLI & User Plugins

Slim:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli-v2 jfrog -vFull:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli-full-v2 jfrog -v


choco install jfrog-cli

JFrog CLI v1 (legacy) installers

The following installations are available for JFrog CLI v1.These installers make JFrog CLI available through the jfrog executable.


wget -qO - https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -echo "deb https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-debs xenial contrib" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list;apt update;apt install -y jfrog-cli;


echo "[jfrog-cli]" > jfrog-cli.repo;echo "name=jfrog-cli" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "baseurl=https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-rpms" >> jfrog-cli.repo;echo "enabled=1" >> jfrog-cli.repo;rpm --import https://releases.jfrog.io/artifactory/jfrog-gpg-public/jfrog_public_gpg.keysudo mv jfrog-cli.repo /etc/yum.repos.d/;yum install -y jfrog-cli;

Download with cUrl

curl -fL https://getcli.jfrog.io | sh


Slim:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli jfrog -vFull:docker run releases-docker.jfrog.io/jfrog/jfrog-cli-full jfrog -v


GO111MODULE=on go get github.com/jfrog/jfrog-cli; if [ -z "$GOPATH" ] then binPath="$HOME/go/bin"; else binPath="$GOPATH/bin"; fi; mv "$binPath/jfrog-cli" "$binPath/jfrog"; echo "$($binPath/jfrog -v) is installed at $binPath";

System Requirements

JFrog CLI runs on any modern OS that fully supports the Go programming language.


To use the CLI, install it on your local machine, or download its executable,place it anywhere in your file system and add its location to yourPATHenvironment variable.

Environment Variables

The jf options command displays all the supported environment variables.

JFrog CLI makes use of the following environment variables:

Variable Name

[Default: INFO]

This variable determines the log level of the JFrog CLI.
Possible values are: INFO, ERROR, and DEBUG.
If set to ERROR, JFrog CLI logs error messages only. It is useful when you wish to read or parse the JFrog CLI output and do not want any other information logged.


[Default: TIME]

Controls the log messages timestamp format. Possible values are: TIME, DATE_AND_TIME, and OFF.


[Default: ~/.jfrog]

Defines the JFrog CLI home directory.


[Default: The operating system's temp directory]

Defines the temp directory used by JFrog CLI.


[Default: Official JFrog CLI Plugins registry]

Configured Artifactory server ID from which to download JFrog CLI Plugins.


[Default: 'jfrog-cli-plugins']

Can be optionally used with the JFROG_CLI_PLUGINS_SERVER environment variable. Determines the name of the local repository to use.


[Default: false]

If true, disables interactive prompts and progress bar.

JFrog Platform Configuration

Adding and Editing Configured Servers

The config addand config edit commands are used to add and edit JFrog Platform server configuration, stored in JFrog CLI's configuration storage. These configured servers can be used by theother commands. The configured servers' details can be overridden per command by passing in alternative values for the URL and login credentials. The values configured are saved in file under the JFrog CLI home directory.

Command name
config add / config edit
c add / c edit
Command options


Access token.



Artifactory URL.


[Default: false]

Used for Artifactory authentication. Set to true to disable replacing username and password/API key with automatically created access token that's refreshed hourly. Username and password/API key will still be used with commands which use external tools or the JFrog Distribution service. Can only be passed along with username and password/API key options.



Private key file for the client certificate in PEM format.



Client certificate file in PEM format.



Distribution URL.


[Default: true]

If true, the configured password will be encrypted using Artifactory'sencryption APIbefore being stored.If false, the configured password will not be encrypted.


Default: false]

Set to true to skip TLS certificates verification, while encrypting the Artifactory password during the config process.


[Default: true, unless $CI is true]

Set to false if you do not want the config command to be interactive.



Mission Control URL.



JFrog Platform password.



Pipelines URL.



For authentication with Artifactory. SSH key file path.



JFrog platform URL.



JFrog Platform username.

--xray-url[Optional] Xray URL.

[Available for config add only]

[Default: false]

Overwrites the instance configuration if an instance with the same ID already exists.

Command arguments

server IDA unique ID for the server configuration.
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Removing Configured Servers

The config removecommand is used to remove JFrog Platform server configuration, stored in JFrog CLI's configuration storage.

Command name
config remove
c rm
Command options


[Default: $CI]

Set to true to skip the delete confirmation message.

Command arguments

server IDThe server ID to remove. If no argument is sent, all configured servers are removed.

Showing the Configured Servers

The config show command shows the stored configuration. You may show a specific server's configuration by sending its ID as an argument to the command.

Command name
config show
c s
Command arguments

server IDThe ID of the server to show. If no argument is sent, all configured servers are shown.

Setting a Server as Default

The config use command sets a configured server as default. The following commands will use this server.

Command name
config use
Command arguments

server IDThe ID of the server to set as default.

Exporting and Importing Configuration

The config export command generates a token, which stores the server configuration. This token can be used by the config import command, to import the configuration stored in the token, and save it in JFrog CLI's configuration storage.


Command name
config export
c ex
Command arguments

server IDThe ID of the server to export


Command name
config import
c im
Command arguments

server tokenThe token to import

Setting up a CI Pipeline

The ci-setup command allows setting up a basic CI pipeline with the JFrog Platform, while automatically configuring the JFrog Platform to serve the pipeline. It is an interactive command, which prompts you with a series for questions, such as your source control details, your build tool, build command and your CI provider. The command then uses this information to do following:

  • Create the repositories in JFrog Artifactory, to be used by the pipeline to resolve dependencies.
  • Configure JFrog Xray to scan the build.
  • Generate a basic CI pipeline, which builds and scans your code.

You can use the generated CI pipeline as a working starting point and then expand it as needed.

The command currently supports the following package managers:

  • Maven
  • Gradle
  • npm.

and the following CI providers:

  • JFrog Pipelines
  • Jenkins
  • GitHub Actions.


jf ci-setup

Proxy Support

JFrog CLI supports using an HTTP/S proxy. All you need to do is set HTTP_PROXY or HTTPS_PROXY environment variable with the proxy URL.

HTTP_PROXY, HTTPS_PROXY and NO_PROXY are the industry standards for proxy usages.

Variable Name



Determines a URL to an HTTP proxy.


Determines a URL to an HTTPS proxy.


Use this variable to bypass the proxy to IP addresses, subnets or domains. This may contain a comma-separated list of hostnames or IPs without protocols and ports. A typical usage may be to set this variable to Artifactory’s IP address.

Shell Auto-Completion

If you're using JFrog CLI from a bash, zsh, or fish shells, you can install JFrog CLI's auto-completion scripts.

Install JFrog CLI with Homebrew?

If you're installing JFrog CLI using Homebrew, the bash, zsh, or fish auto-complete scripts are automatically installed by Homebrew. Please make sure that your .bash_profile or .zshrc are configured as described in the Homebrew Shell Completion documentation.

Using Oh My Zsh?

With your favourite text editor, open$HOME/.zshrc andadd‘jfrog’to the plugin list.

For example:

plugins=(git mvn npm sdk jfrog)

(Video) Advance Packaging Options with JFrog CLI

To install auto-completion for bash, run the following command and follow the instructions to complete the installation:

jf completion bash --install

To install auto-completion for zsh, run the following command and follow the instructions to complete the installation:

jf completion zsh --install

To install auto-completion for fish, run the following command:

jf completion fish --install

Sensitive Data Encryption

Since version 1.37.0, JFrog CLI supports encrypting the sensitive data stored in JFrog CLI'sconfig. To enable encryption, follow these steps.

  • Create a random 32 character master key. Make sure that the key size is exactly 32 characters. For example f84hc22dQfhe9f8ydFwfsdn48!wejh8A
  • Create a file namedsecurity.yaml under ~/.jfrog/security.

    If you modified the default JFrog CLI home directory by setting JFROG_CLI_HOME_DIR environment variable, then thesecurity/security.yamlfile should br created under the configured home directory.

  • Add the master key you generated to security.yaml. The file content should be:

version: 1masterKey: "<your master key>"
  • Make sure that the only permission security.yaml has is read for the user running JFrog CLI.

The configuration will be encryptedthe next time JFrog CLI attemptsto access the config.

When upgrading JFrog CLI from a version prior to 1.37.0 to version 1.37.0 or above, JFrog CLI automatically makes changes to the content of the ~/.jfrog directory, to support the new functionality introduced in version 1.37.0. Before making these changes, the content of the~/.jfrog directory is backed up inside the ~/.jfrog/backupdirectory. Therefore, after enabling sensitive data encryption, it is recommended to remove thebackup directory, to ensure no sensitive data is left unencrypted.

JFrog CLI Plugins


JFrog CLI Plugins allow enhancing the functionality of JFrog CLI to meet the specific user and organization needs. The source code of a plugin is maintained as an open source Go project on GitHub. All public plugins are registered in JFrog CLI's Plugins Registry. We encourage you, as developers, to create plugins and share them publicly with the rest of the community. When a plugin is included in the registry, it becomes publicly available and can be installed using JFrog CLI.Read the JFrog CLI Plugins Developer Guide if you wish to create and publish your own plugins.

Installing Plugins

A plugin which is included JFrog CLI's Plugins Registry can be installed using the following command.

$ jf plugin install the-plugin-name

This command will install the plugin from the official public registry by default. You can also install a plugin from a private JFrog CLI Plugin registry, as described in the Private Plugins Registries section.

Private Plugins Registries

In addition to the public official JFrog CLI Plugins Registry, JFrog CLI supports publishing and installing plugins to and from private JFrog CLI Plugins Registries. A private registry can be hosted on any Artifactory server. It uses a local generic Artifactory repository for storing the plugins.

To create your own private plugins registry, follow these steps.

  • On your Artifactory server, create a local generic repository named jfrog-cli-plugins.
  • Make sure your Artifactory server is included in JFrog CLI's configuration, by running the jf c show command.
  • If needed, configure your Artifactory instance using the jfrog c add command.
  • Set the ID of the configured server as the value of the JFROG_CLI_PLUGINS_SERVER environment variable.
  • If you wish the name of the plugins repository to be different than jfrog-cli-plugins, set this name as the value of the JFROG_CLI_PLUGINS_REPO environment variable.

The jf plugin install command will now install plugins stored in your private registry.

To publish a plugin to the private registry, run the following command, while inside the root of the plugin's sources directory. This command will build the sources of the plugin for all the supported operating systems. All binaries will be uploaded to the configured registry.

jf plugin publish the-plugin-name the-plugin-version
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Release Notes

Release notes for JFrog CLI v2

Release notes for the legacy releases of JFrog CLI


Is JFrog CLI free? ›

for Java Package Management. Get JFrog Artifactory's free, open source version and manage Java binary artifacts centrally.

What is the command to run Artifactory? ›

Access Artifactory from your browser at: http://SERVER_ HOSTNAME:8082/ui/ . For example, on your local machine: http://localhost:8082/ui/ . Check Artifactory Log.

Where is JFrog CLI config stored? ›

The values configured are saved in file under the JFrog CLI home directory.

What is checksum in JFrog? ›

Checksum-Based Storage Overview

A file that is uploaded to Artifactory, first has its SHA1 checksum calculated, and is then renamed to its checksum. It is then hosted in the configured filestore in a directory structure made up of the first two characters of the checksum.

Which is better JFrog or Nexus? ›

The SDLC is key to compare Sonatype and JFrog. When you consider just open source governance and security scanning, JFrog Xray has the edge over Sonatype Nexus. Xray has policy management capabilities and users can set remediation steps granularly, from warnings through installation-wide interdiction.

Does Google use JFrog? ›

With both JFrog Cloud Pro Team and JFrog Artifactory Enterprise for GKE now available through Google Cloud Marketplace, you can swiftly build a fully cloud-native hybrid CI/CD pipeline on a consistent platform of Google technology under the unified management of Anthos. Interested in Hybrid?

How do I SSH into an Artifactory? ›

First you need to generate an SSH key pair for Artifactory. For example, on a Linux-based system, you could execute the following command. Next, to configure Artifactory for SSH authentication, go to the Administration module, select Artifactory | Security | Keys Management and click the SSH Keys tab.

How do I run JFrog locally? ›

Try JFrog Artifactory
  1. Artifactory quick setup. Minimum System Requirements: 4 CPU, 4 GB Memory. External Ports: 8081, 8082. ...
  2. Access the JFrog Platform. a. For Example: http://localhost:8082 or ...
  3. Explore the JFrog Platform. QuickStart Guide. Use this guide to start working with JFrog Artifactory.

How do I connect to JFrog? ›

Try JFrog XRay with JFrog Artifactory
  1. Get your Platform URL. Your platform URL is the URL to the machine where JFrog Artifactory is deployed, or the load balancer pointing to it. ...
  2. Get your Join Key. ...
  3. Install JFrog Xray. ...
  4. Access the JFrog Platform. ...
  5. Explore the JFrog Platform.

Is JFrog CI or CD? ›

JFrog Pipelines empowers software teams to ship updates faster by automating DevOps processes in a continuously streamlined and secure way across all their teams and tools. Encompassing continuous integration (CI), continuous delivery (CD), infrastructure and more, it automates everything from code to production.

Is JFrog like GitHub? ›

GitHub and JFrog each provide REST APIs and CLIs to enable integration. Review them both — we think you'll find JFrog offers a more comprehensive set for versatile automation. GitHub Actions and Packages are tightly coupled with GitHub source control repositories.

Where can I find my configuration file? ›

Configuration files are normally saved in the Settings folder inside the My Documents\Source Insight folder.

How do I know if my checksum is correct? ›

The checksum is calculated using a hash function and is normally posted along with the download. To verify the integrity of the file, a user calculates the checksum using a checksum calculator program and then compares the two to make sure they match.

What is a good checksum? ›

The SHA family of algorithms is published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. One algorithm, SHA-1, produces a 160-bit checksum and is the best-performing checksum, followed by the 256-bit and 512-bit versions. Checksums play an important role in data protection and file security.

How do you solve checksum? ›

All the segments along with the checksum value are added. Sum of all segments + Checksum value = 00100101 + 11011010 = 11111111. Complemented value = 00000000. Since the result is 0, receiver assumes no error occurred in the data and therefore accepts it.

Is JFrog an Israeli company? ›

JFrog Ltd is incorporated in the state of Israel. JFrog Ltd is primarely in the business of services-prepackaged software.

Is JFrog a DevOps tool? ›

JFrog offers a universal set of DevOps tools that work with all major software technologies to accelerate the delivery of binaries, securely through your software delivery pipeline.

Is JFrog similar to Jenkins? ›

In a nutshell Jenkins CI is the leading open-source continuous integration server. Built with Java, it provides over 300 plugins to support building and testing virtually any project. On the other hand, jFrog is detailed as "Universal Artifact Management".

Who owns Artifactory? ›

Yoav, Co-Founder and CTO of JFrog, created Artifactory after 7 years as a senior consultant with AlphaCSP. He has held several senior technical roles with Attunity, Verve and Sausage. Yoav holds a Master of Computing degree from RMIT University and a BA in Law (LLB) from Haifa University.

Is JFrog and Maven same? ›

jFrog can be classified as a tool in the "Platform as a Service" category, while Apache Maven is grouped under "Java Build Tools". Apache Maven is an open source tool with 1.74K GitHub stars and 1.28K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Apache Maven's open source repository on GitHub.

Is JFrog a SaaS? ›

SHARE: A JFrog cloud (SaaS) account provides the same features and scalability as a self-hosted JFrog DevOps Platform – so how will you decide which is right for you?

Can I SSH from command prompt? ›

You can start an SSH session in your command prompt by executing ssh user@machine and you will be prompted to enter your password. You can create a Windows Terminal profile that does this on startup by adding the commandline setting to a profile in your settings.

How do I connect to SSH? ›

How to Connect via SSH
  1. Open the SSH terminal on your machine and run the following command: ssh your_username@host_ip_address. ...
  2. Type in your password and hit Enter. ...
  3. When you are connecting to a server for the very first time, it will ask you if you want to continue connecting.
24 Sept 2018

How do I test access to Artifactory? ›

  1. Go to Manage Jenkins --> Configure System --> Artifactory servers.
  2. Make sure you have no Artifactory servers configured.
  3. Add the URL of the Artifactory server and do not save.
  4. Click on the Test Connection button. Attachments.
7 Oct 2014

Is JFrog the same as Artifactory? ›

JFrog Artifactory is just one component of a complete and tightly integrated end-to-end solution for artifact management available through JFrog's suite of products. As a complete solution to an organization's software delivery pipeline, Artifactory works seamlessly with the other products in the suite.

Why do I need JFrog? ›

It enables freedom of choice supporting 25+ software build packages, all major CI/CD platforms, and DevOps tools you already use. Artifactory is Kubernetes ready supporting containers, Docker, Helm Charts, and is your Kubernetes and Docker registry and comes with full CLI and REST APIs customizable to your ecosystem.

How do I log into JFrog using API key? ›

To use your API key for authentication, it must be generated using Artifactory 4.4. 3 or later. If generated prior to 4.4. 3, you must regenerate your API key and use the new key as a password for basic authentication.

What is base URL in JFrog? ›

By default, URLs generated in Artifactory use the context URL returned by your servlet container as a base. A custom URL base is useful when Artifactory is running behind a proxy. In this case the base for URLs generated in Artifactory for links and redirect responses must be specified manually.

What is JFrog default username and password? ›

What are the default admin username and password? Artifactory comes with a pre-configured default "admin" account. Username: admin, Password: password.

How do I uninstall JFrog CLI? ›

Navigate to the Application Installer directory (the location where the installation bundle was extracted to) cd jfrog-xray-<version>-deb/rpm . Run the uninstaller script. You must run as a root user. Follow the series of prompt inputs provided by the script to complete the uninstall.

Is CI CD same as DevOps? ›

DevOps. CI/CD refers to a set of development practices that enable the rapid and reliable delivery of code changes, while DevOps is a collection of ideas, practices, processes, and technologies that allow development and operations teams to work together to streamline product development.

Which tool is best for CI CD? ›

10 Best CI CD Tools to Learn in 2023
  1. Shippable. Built by industry-leading software company, Jfrog, Shippable is among the best CI CD tools that DevOps engineers can use to make frequent, error-free, predictable software releases. ...
  2. GitLab CI. ...
  3. TeamCity. ...
  4. Buildkite. ...
  5. Codefresh. ...
  6. Semaphore. ...
  7. Bitrise. ...
  8. AutoRABIT.
28 Oct 2022

What is the most used CI CD tool? ›

Jenkins is undoubtedly the most well-known tool for building CI/CD pipelines. A robust, open-source project, Jenkins has a devoted community worldwide.

Do hackers use GitHub? ›

Hackers target GitHub (and other popular Git hosting tools) for many reasons. But the biggest is the potential they see in hacking into repositories on GitHub and stealing (and potentially selling) intellectual property.

Does NASA use GitHub? ›

About. This GitHub repository is maintained by the NASA OCIO Open Innovation Team and contains a catalog of publicly available NASA open source projects that are published on code.nasa.gov.

Does Japan use GitHub? ›

The Japanese developer community

Japan has historically been one of the most active countries on GitHub, ranking in the top 10 countries visiting github.com since GitHub was founded in 2008.

How do I edit a .CFG file? ›

How to Edit a CFG File and Save It As a CFG File
  1. Click the Windows "Start" button. ...
  2. Right-click the "CFG" file displayed in the results window. ...
  3. View the file and edit any configurations you want to edit. ...
  4. Press the "Ctrl" and "S" keys to save the file.

How do I copy a configuration file? ›

To copy a file: Click Administration > File Management > Copy/Save Configuration. The Copy/Save Configuration Page opens. Source File Name — File to be copied.

What is the best config file format? ›

Simple configuration languages, such as JSON, work for many applications, but when you need proper validation, schema, and namespace support, XML is often best.

How do I manually verify checksum? ›

How to Verify the Checksum of a Downloaded File in 5 Easy Steps
  1. Windows — Download the File. ...
  2. Open a Command Prompt. ...
  3. Go to The Directory Where the File Is Saved. ...
  4. Type certUtil –hashfile [Filename] SHA256 to Generate the Checksum. ...
  5. Compare the Two Checksums. ...
  6. Linux—Download the File. ...
  7. Open a Terminal Window.

Can checksums be wrong? ›

A checksum is basically a calculated summary of such a data portion. Network data transmissions often produce errors, such as toggled, missing or duplicated bits. As a result, the data received might not be identical to the data transmitted, which is obviously a bad thing.

What does it mean if your checksums do not match? ›

Wrong Hash Algorithm

It's possible you, or the website, created a different checksum than what's specified in documentation. You may be able to determine the function of the original function by its character length. Ensure you used the correct function and command for your operating system (OS) – Unix, Windows, Mac.

How do I find 256 checksum? ›

You can use Windows Powershell to calculate the SHA-256 checksum for a file.
  1. Open Windows Powershell. ...
  2. Type Get-FileHash followed by a space.
  3. Drag the downloaded ZIP file onto the Windows Powershell window after the Get-FileHash command. ...
  4. Press Enter. ...
  5. Compare the calculated hash value with the original hash value.

What is the fastest checksum? ›

For years MD5 was the fastest and most secure checksum available. Although xxHash is becoming more widely used there are still many companies that require the MD5 checksum for data integrity.

Can checksum detect all errors? ›

10101001 subunit 1 00111001 subunit 2 00011101 checksum 11111111 sum 00000000 sum's complement Result is zero, it means no error. Advantage : The checksum detects all the errors involving an odd number of bits as well as the error involving an even number of bits.

Can you spoof checksum? ›

An adversary spoofs a checksum message for the purpose of making a payload appear to have a valid corresponding checksum. Checksums are used to verify message integrity. They consist of some value based on the value of the message they are protecting.

What are 3 error detection techniques? ›

Error Detection Techniques

There are three main techniques for detecting errors in frames: Parity Check, Checksum and Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC).

What is a checksum number? ›

A checksum is a value that represents the number of bits in a transmission message and is used by IT professionals to detect high-level errors within data transmissions. Prior to transmission, every piece of data or file can be assigned a checksum value after running a cryptographic hash function.

Is GitHub CLI free? ›

GitHub CLI brings GitHub to your terminal. Free and open source.

Is JFrog container registry free? ›

The JFrog Container Registry is FREE to use for both on-premise / self-managed and SaaS in the cloud.

Is Artifactory open source? ›

JFrog Artifactory Open Source is an open source repository manager. JFrog Artifactory was built to tackle some real world problems with Maven, and includes features such as fine-grained permissions, LDAP integration, advanced artifacts management policies, scheduled backups, auditing, and more.

Should I use GitHub CLI or Git? ›

To sum up the difference between git vs GitHub: git is a local VCS software that enables developers to save snapshots of their projects over time. It's generally best for individual use. GitHub is a web-based platform that incorporates git's version control features so they can be used collaboratively.

Is CLI the same as shell? ›

A shell is a user interface for access to an operating system's services. Most often the user interacts with the shell using a command-line interface (CLI). The terminal is a program that opens a graphical window and lets you interact with the shell.

Will GitHub be free forever? ›

There are a great number of features available with the Free version of GitHub. By creating a login, users can use the platform for free, forever. If you subscribe to the GitHub Free plan, you can start using the available features and it is free forever.

What is the difference between artifact registry and container registry? ›

Artifact Registry provides both regional and multi-regional registry hosts. In Container Registry, you can only create a single registry host in a multi-region and all repositories in the registry share the same storage bucket. In Artifact Registry, each repository is a separate resource.

Is JFrog a Docker registry? ›

Overview. The JFrog Container Registry is a repository manager, which supports Docker and Helm registries and Generic repositories, allowing you to build, deploy and manage your container images while providing powerful features with fine-grained permission control behind a sleek and easy-to-use UI.

What language is Artifactory written in? ›

Java. Java-based products (Artifactory, Distribution, Insight, Mission Control) must run with JDK 11+.

Does Artifactory use Log4j? ›

Other mitigations are best used as temporary fixes until you can upgrade. Is Artifactory affected by Log4j? No.


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