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  • Raju Addala

    Never mind, found the issue.

    Did rm -fr .terraform/* and it resolved the issue.

     

    Working version

        node_config_details {
          placement_configs   {
            availability_domain = "${lookup(var.availability_domains[0],"name")}"
            subnet_id = "${var.node_pool_subnet_ids[0]}"
          }
     
          placement_configs   {
            availability_domain = "${lookup(var.availability_domains[1],"name")}"
            subnet_id = "${var.node_pool_subnet_ids[0]}"
          }
     
          placement_configs   {
            availability_domain = "${lookup(var.availability_domains[2],"name")}"
            subnet_id = "${var.node_pool_subnet_ids[0]}"
          }
          size = "${var.nodes_per_subnet}"
        }

     

  • Kenneth Mulkearns
    
    
    It looks like it was something on the oracle side.  It didn't work one day, but worked the next with the same terraform script.
    
  • Tony Melia

    It may be best to open an SR for this to be checked in detail, you can then also upload the terraform scripts to the SR so we can analyse and work out what might be causing the issue.

  • Karthik Varma

    Thanks Kumar. Helpful.

  • Kumar Dhanagopal
  • Tony Melia

    According to https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/Billing/Concepts/budgetsoverview.htm - For budgeting and cost reporting, the compartment and its children are included.

  • Kumar Dhanagopal

    Tony,

    In the web console, when we use the compartment filter, is the cost of the entire subcompartment-chain under the specified compartment considered? Or, do we show the cost for only the resources that are directly in the specified compartment?

  • dean corn

    Seeing there is no answer and for future reference; there appears to be a limit (at least for database 12c) to the length of the RMAN command when generating the metadata files from backup pieces.  To correct, the list of backup pieces (export backuppiece <backup_file>) should be limited to 10 or less from our experience.  If you have more backup pieces, then run the RMAN command multiple times, using smaller lists.

  • Tony Melia

    Use the metering API to check metering and if any costs were incurred - The interface you have shown will give similar info, but the API will let you check different time periods.  If you have deleted the cost-incurring resources, I would not expect any further charges, be aware backups & other object storage usage will incur charges.

  • Tony Melia

    There are a couple of things to note here

    WAF will only be used if the initial request hits our CNAME. We are not involved if the client queries your IP address directly, and, if the server sends out a request, or an answer that didn't initiate from WAF, it won't pass through our service. This means that let's say you perform a ping out from your web server to another location. This will not go through WAF. WAF is mainly designed to protect your origin from being exposed externally, and being attacked through DNS. 

    In the scenario where a customer queries the WAF hostname, and then the web server responds, WAF won't necessarily analyze this for malicious content or behavior as there is a 1:1 mapping of requests through WAF to responses through WAF.

    In summary, when a customer makes a request of your WAF CNAME, and this will pass through WAF, and then if it passes the criteria go to your origin. The origin will then pass back through your WAF policy and then back to the customer. 

    Please let us know if we can assist further. 

  • Mani Sarkar

    Yes it was that indeed, maybe the interface shouldm't allow creating a compartment if the permissions are not upto the mark - the Create Compartment button should go grey with a footnote explaining why and how to solve it!

  • Richard Garsthagen

    Technically the root compartment does not have a name, it is just called root compartment. The Root Compartment OCID is the same as the Tenancy OCID.

     

  • Richard Garsthagen

    Good to hear you "solved" the problem. Maybe you initially tried creating an instance in the root compartment and not have enough permissions for that.

    Always make sure on the left navigation bar to be in the correct Compartment. 

  • Tony Melia

    OCI is pretty agnostic, it will run anything you throw at it, so question is best asked, what is the best/easiest FTP solution - One popular one for linux is vsftp. 

    See How to Install and Configure FTP Server with vsftp Service (Doc ID 1328723.1)

    Regards,

    Tony

  • Tony Melia

    Marketplace images are themselves a custom image, also, as they are generally provided by a third party and require registration etc, they may not be suited to being duplicated via the custom image process after they are created.  The resulting instance can be backed up etc, so dev work should be able to be backed up using normal scheduled/manual backups process.