Yes there was no error messages during installation.
gitlab-ctl gives me a list of possible commands.
git@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo gitlab-ctl reconfigure
git@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo gitlab-ctl status
git@raspberrypi:~ $ sudo gitlab-ctl
I don't know that command.
/opt/gitlab/embedded/bin/omnibus-ctl: command (subcommand)
Put up the deploy page
Delete *all* users and groups used by this package
Run migrations after a package upgrade
Delete *all* gitlab data, and start from scratch.
Print this help message.
Reconfigure the application.
Show the configuration that would be generated by reconfigure.
Kill all processes and uninstall the process supervisor (data will be preserved).
Service Management Commands:
Attempt a graceful stop, then SIGKILL the entire process group.
Send the services a HUP.
Send the services an INT.
Send the services a KILL.
Start the services if they are down. Do not restart them if they stop.
Stop the services if they are running, then start them again.
List all the services (enabled services appear with a *.)
Start services if they are down, and restart them if they stop.
Show the status of all the services.
Stop the services, and do not restart them.
Watch the service logs of all enabled services.
Send the services a TERM.
In /var/log/gitlab is just the empty folder
If i run
gitlab-ctl upgrade i got the following message:
git@raspberryp~ $ sudo gitlab-ctl upgrade
It looks like GitLab has not been configured yet; skipping the upgrade script.