Get your Octopus Server working again after losing your Master Key.
Before using this command, we recommend taking a look at our guide on recovering after losing your master key.
Usage: octopus.server lost-master-key [<options>] Where [<options>] is any of: --instance=VALUE Name of the instance to use --iReallyWantToResetAllMySensitiveData Confirm you really want to generate a new Master Key and reset all your sensitive data. --iHaveBackedUpMyDatabase Confirm you have taken a backup of your database in its current state. If something goes wrong at least you can start again from that point in time. --upgradeDatabase Confirm you are willing to let Octopus upgrade the schema of your database so it can safely load and save data in the expected format. --skipCurrentMasterKeyTest By default this command will test whether the existing Master Key can decrypt the Octopus Server X.509 certificate. Use this switch if you are certain you want to ignore the results of this test. --scrubPii Use this switch to scrub all personally identifiable information from the database. --skipLicenseCheck Skips the license check when performing a schema upgrade Or one of the common options: --help Show detailed help for this command
This example will re-create the master key for the instance named
The command below will replace the existing Master Key with a newly generated Master Key, and reset all sensitive data in the Octopus instance - be sure you have taken a database backup before running this.
octopus.server lost-master-key --instance="OctopusServer" --iReallyWantToResetAllMySensitiveData --iHaveBackedUpMyDatabase
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