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  • Lan Ll Liu
    How to add or delete hosts from OCCS instance15.0
    Topic last edited May 8, 2017 by Lan Ll LiuRed Ribbon: 250+ Points 
    Title:
    How to add or delete hosts from OCCS instance
    Summary:
    How to add or delete hosts from OCCS instance
    Content:

    hi Expert,

    When using container cloud service, I should create instance in which VM resource will be assigned to. seems there is no way to add or delete VM in instance after it has been created, this seems some inconvenient way to use vm resource.

    Is there a way to implement it?

    Best regards 

  • Lan Ll Liu
    How to access log files generated by log4j rather than...3.0
    Topic posted April 29, 2017 by Lan Ll LiuRed Ribbon: 250+ Points 
    Title:
    How to access log files generated by log4j rather than stdout and stderr
    Summary:
    How to access log files generated by log4j rather than stdout and stderr
    Content:

    Hi Experts,

    My question is when using ACCS, if application use log4j to write log in files rather than write to standard out or standard err, how can I get the log files?

    Best regards

    Lan

  • Raviraj Murdeshwar
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build...35.0
    Topic last edited March 16, 2017 by Raviraj MurdeshwarGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points 
    Title:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Summary:
    Access to OCCS worker node to deploy external build artifacts for the docker.
    Content:

    hi..

    We are trying to evaluate OCCS for our product. Right now, we have Dev and QA environment with application packaged with Docker. We have external configuration and keytab  files stored in volume which are passed to the docker at the run-time. It helps us to use 1 docker image for different environments like Dev and QA.

    For OCCS, do you allow SSH access to the worker node, so that we can deploy the config and keytab files ?

    Thanks ..

    Raviraj,

  • Adolganov
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced5.0
    Topic posted March 3, 2017 by Adolganov Bronze Trophy: 5,000+ Points 
    Title:
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced
    Summary:
    Docker Enterprise Edition announced
    Content:

    Hello,

    Docker have just announced the separation of the project into two: free "Community Edition" and subscription-based "Enterprise Edition".

    What is the Oracle's official stance on that?

    How the Oracle Container Cloud Service will be impacted (if at all?)

    Regards