BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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Docker BitWarden - self hosted password manager using vaultwarden/server image

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For the more timid... Stop the bitwardenrs container, then copy the /docker/bitwarden/data folder to /docker/vaultwarden/data. Point /docker/vaultwarden/data (external) to /data (internal).

Assign an external port to internal port 80, and update your reverse proxy to point to the vaultwarden port, and then launchthe new container!

Sync to confirm all is connected.
 

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btw. when I want to delete the older bitwardenrs/server container, should I also turn on the "automatically remove non-persistent volumes" or not?" To be humble, I have no glue what that means...
You can yes. Bw doesn’t have any but yes you can
 

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