Synology Gitlab Setup

Rw-r-r- 1 root root 398 Jun 27 14:49 synologygitlab.config-rw-r-r- 1 root root 319 Jun 27 14:49 synologygitlabpostgresql.config-rw-r-r- 1 root root 305 Jun 27 14:49 synologygitlabredis.config could it be a permissions issue? Have tried re-enabling admin after I was guided to disable it by the synology popup message but it didn't help. I created a huge DSM setup and configuration guide last year for DSM 6, and just updated it for DSM 7.The goal of this tutorial is to guide you through the entire process of setting up a Synology NAS from scratch, configuring it, and installing/implementing a few Synology/Docker applications (if you'd like). Setup Synology DSM. Once the setup on FreeIPA is complete the configuration of the Synology DSM NAS is straightforward. Login to you NAS as admin and open the control panel. In case you don’t see an icon configure Domain/LDAP (as in the picture below) you must enable Advanced Mode by clicking on the link in the top-left corner. Let's dive into the inner workings of this setup. Setup Docker+Git on your Synology NAS. First, we need to make some changes to our Synology NAS setup. Go to the Package Center of your Synology NAS and install the following packages: Docker; Git Server (don't worry, we're not going to host git) Install nano (if you don't want to.

Hello All,

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Background:

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  1. I am running a Synology 412+ with DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 5
  2. I installed Docker and GitLab from the package manager.
  3. I then, incorrectly so, installed GitLab again (atop/parallel with the package manger install) from here https://hub.docker.com/r/sameersbn/gitlab/#prerequisites thinking I was getting the latest version than what Synology made available. This actually worked albeit painfully slow.
  4. I uninstalled all the above, Docker, GitLab, MariaDB, etc… and started over with only the Synology package.

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I would like to mention that this was my first exposure to Docker and containers as well as any Git/GitLab admin so I am still learning about them thus I claim to understand very little at the moment.

After the fresh install I get the “502 too much time to respond” error. When I log on to the GitLab container and run

tail -f /var/log/gitlab/gitlab/unicorn.stderr.log

It outputs the following:

Gitlab Synology Installation

Any guidance would be highly appreciated.

Synology Gitlab Setup Software

Cheers,

Wess