The password configuration will be saved under REBEL_BASE which will default to the .jrebel folder under the current user home.
If your server is running under a different user, make sure to specify the correct REBEL_BASE when setting the password, e.g. java -Drebel.base=/home/serveruser/.jrebel -jar jrebel.jar -set-remote-password pw
In that case can you send the jrebel.log from the remote server and the jrebel-[ide].log from the local machine. Hopefully it will provide a better overview of why the password settings are not taking effect.
You can send the logs to email@example.com
Make sure to zip them beforehand and provide a link to this forum thread just in case.
We haven’t received an email with the logs so far so I’m assuming you were able to work out the configuration? Let us know if this is not the case.
If the connection only works without password then it means the “set-password” command did not run with the same .jrebel(REBEL_BASE) folder as the agent running on the server is using. The logs will help determine which folder was used in the server.
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