How to configure tyk-identity-broker?

In my configuration environment of Centos 7, it can Test Api successful. I have refer the Tyk-identiy-broker document of url : https://packagecloud.io/tyk/tyk-identity-broker/install#bash-rpm, After install Tyk-identiy-broker, only found tib.conf file under the tyk-identity-broker installation folder; not found profiles.conf file .
1): I want to know, whether I have lose some step for install tyk-identity-broker ?

2): After run the script: curl -s https://packagecloud.io/install/repositories/tyk/tyk-identity-broker/script.rpm.sh | sudo bash for quick install tyk-identity-broker, what to do for next step?

Check tyk-identity-broker log have found error, info as:
toth/tothic: no SESSION_SECRET environment variable is set. The default cookie store is not available and any calls will fail. I
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg=“Tyk Identity Broker v0.3”
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg=“Copyright Martin Buhr 2016\n”
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=debug msg="[MAIN] Settings Struct: {{http://localhost 80 54321} {http://localhost 3000 12
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg="[MAIN] Initialising Profile Configuration Store"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg="[IN-MEMORY STORE] Initialised"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg="[MAIN] Initialising Identity Cache"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg="[REDIS STORE] Initialised"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=error msg="[FILE LOADER] Load failure: open profiles.json: no such file or directory"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:00+08:00” level=info msg="[MAIN] Broker Listening on :3010"
y-broker[9658]: time=“2018-08-15T16:55:33+08:00” level=error msg="[API] Authorization failed: Header mismatch"

Hi, any update on this issue? I have the same problem. I find the tib.conf file but the profiles.json file is missing

Thanks

John reply:

You can use docker or a distro of your choice for hosting TIB.

The usage for TIB is pretty self explanatory - you can run TIB with the -c flag to point to the location of the TIB config if you have it anywhere other than the default. And the same for -p to point to the TIB profiles file.

you can refer url: 3rd Party Identity Providers, Use in which environment?