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Access Table Without Synonym and Without Schema Name

Tom Kyte - Thu, 2019-02-14 16:06
I have a schema called HCR_SCHEMA, in which I have one table called TEST_EMP, and I have a user say USER_A and granted him select on the TEST_EMP table. I connected as USER_A as tried to execute SELECT * FROM TEST_EMP. Obviosuly it threw me error ...
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print an XMLTYPE Record Type variable

Tom Kyte - Thu, 2019-02-14 16:06
we have a following definition TYPE response_t IS RECORD ( doc XMLTYPE ); A local variable is defined with that record type lv_resp response_t; I want to print the value this local variable has stored.I tried ...
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Expdb views_as_tables failes after view recreated, bug or feature?

Tom Kyte - Thu, 2019-02-14 16:06
This has been giving me fits. I?m running with no maintenance. In the test case below I create a view TEST_VIEW with three columns A,B,C returning one row. Both select from the view and export of the view work as expected. I ...
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Oracle ADF or Oracle JET - An Update

Shay Shmeltzer - Thu, 2019-02-14 14:36

Back in 2015 I wrote a blog entry to help our customers get a clear picture about the Oracle ADF vs Oracle JET "debate", over the years I kept pointing people to this writeup as a simple summary of what we are aiming to do and as a guideline for picking the technology you should use. However, the technology world is an ever changing place, and I believe that it is time to do a bit of an update of that entry to reflect the current status.

While the basic distinctions between the two technologies have not changed, specifically: 

  • ADF for Java developer, JET for JavaScript developer
  • ADF is server side framework, JET is client side focused
  • ADF is both front and back-end framework, JET is UI layer only

Some of the surrounding eco-system has changed and evolved.

Client-Centric Architecture Momentum

Over the past several years we saw an increase in the adoption of UI development that is focused around JavaScript-based client layer. This is something you can see for example in the results from the Stackoverflow yearly survey - back in 2016 JavaScript was used by 54% of developers and in 2018 the number stood at ~70%

Today, most of the new projects that we see being developed will pick up a JavaScript based UI layer as their solution for front end development. The adoption of this JS/HTML UI is not limited to web apps, many mobile apps also leverage the architecture to create mobile optimized UIs deployed on devices using either a hybrid or a Progressive Web Application (PWA) architecture. Development organizations like the fact that a client-centric JavaScript/HTML architecture allows them to use a single set of skills to support multi-channel apps. 

Back in 2015 many of the Oracle PaaS services were already leveraging this architecture along with Oracle JET - Oracle's Toolkit for building JavaScript based UIs. Today this trend started to extend to Oracle SaaS - Oracle's cloud apps offering. Several of the modules in Oracle SaaS have introduced UIs built with Oracle JET - leveraging its capabilities to create engaging and dynamic user interfaces. In the coming years you are going to see more and more modules offering new UIs based on Orale JET. This is a transition for Oracle's SaaS org from server-side generation UI to a client centric architecture. 

In parallel Oracle JET also added a bunch of capabilities targeting mobile specific scenarios including the ability to render the components to look like native controls on both iOS and Android, the ability to package apps as hybrid mobile apps, and support for offline usage patterns. All those capabilities are further pushing the usage of Oracle JET at Oracle as the UI layer for the various mobile apps we deliver.

One thing to keep in mind, since JET only provides the UI layer, there is still a need to build the backend of the application. This backend will handle data access and business logic - and it will then expose REST services that will be consumed by the JET UI. The existing backend layer for the Oracle SaaS apps was developed with Oracle ADF Business Components, and now they are able to leverage the investment they already did in that layer and expose these components through REST services. This way they get to keep the complex logic already implemented in that layer and just create a new modernized UI layer. 

If you track down the "what's new" document for the versions of ADF that we released since 2015 you'll see that enhancing the out-of-the-box functionality we provide around REST enablement has been a focus area for us. As a result of this effort, when you are exposing ADF BC as REST you get capabilities such as pagination, query by example, dynamic sorting, relationship management, and more built-into the services you expose.

This approach is something that ADF customers should consider if they decide to adopt the trend of new UIs being built with JavaScript based toolkit. Regardless of the UI framework that you'll choose, remember that the investment you made in the ADF backend can still be leveraged easily.

Better Tooling

One of the other difference I quoted between ADF and JET was the development experience. ADF was focused on providing a more visual and declarative approach to Java developers, while JET had you use code editors to manually write your code.

This is another thing that changed since 2015. Oracle now offers a development platform for JET applications that is focused on a more visual way of building the app - this is Oracle Visual Builder Cloud Service. If you haven't seen a demo before - take 10 minutes and watch this video as an example. As you can see, Visual Builder provides a WYSIWYG UI design, action flow diagrams for business logic, page flow diagrams, property inspectors and more. All this while still allowing you to directly access the code when needed for direct manipulation. 

Visual Development with VBCS

Image 1 - Visual Oracle JET Development in Oracle Visual Builder (Components, Structure Pane, Visual Layout Editor, Property Inspector)

With this environment you can become much more productive building UIs that leverage the power of Oracle JET. Note that Visual Builder is not just about simplifying the layout of your pages, it is also simplifying how you work with variables, binding and business logic - reducing the amount of coding you need to do.

Visual Builder also simplifies the learning curve for people who are new to JavaScript development - making the transition to this new technology smoother. Our SaaS teams have also decided to leverage VB to help them deliver new generations of UI faster.

For customers who already have ADF based applications, another appealing aspect of VB is its ability to understand the structure of ADF BC based REST services and the functionality they provide. Check out this demo to see how you can quickly use Visual Builder to build a JET based mobile app on top of ADF BC REST backend in a declarative way.

A little side note - beyond the ability of VB to create UIs, you can also use it to quickly create tables in a database and business objects (including business logic) on top of them that are exposed as REST services. The technology that drives that layer of VB is based on the same ADF Business Components - another thing that will be of course familiar to ADF developers if they decide to pick up Visual Builder.


So what should you do if you are an Oracle ADF customer today? As always the answer is "it depends" :-)

The first thing to think about is - "Does Oracle ADF answers my needs and does the application I built with it work as expected?" - assuming that the answer to both is positive, then you can continue as you were.

If, however, there are technical or architectural needs where your existing ADF app doesn't provide the answers you need (for example on the UI side or the mobile device support needs), looking at Oracle JET and Visual Builder is definitely something you should do. Also if you are about to embark on a new project, you might want to consider if a new client-centric architecture for the UI layer is something you can benefit from, and if you think it is - again try out JET and VB and see how you like them. In both cases remember that you can leverage your existing investments in the business objects layer and expose it as REST services to be consumed by new UIs. In fact you can have the two apps running in parallel.

JET and ADF side by side

Image 2- JET based architecture (MVVM) compared to ADF Architecture (MVC) - sharing business services

One more note, many developers like to keep their skills fresh and learn new things, if you are an Oracle ADF developer, I think that picking up Visual Builder and playing with it can get you on the road to learning new JavaScript skills quite quickly while still keeping you in a fun friendly visual cloud IDE - give it a try.


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Docker EE – UCP 3.1.2 installation failed in Azure

Yann Neuhaus - Thu, 2019-02-14 09:06

Docker EE 2.1 is a Containers-as-a-Service (CaaS) platform on-premise or in the cloud. To manage your cluster of containers, Docker EE allows you to install UCP (Universal Control Panel).

When you plan to install the UCP 3.1.2 in Azure, the installation fails during the deployment of the UCP service. You will get the following error message.

Screenshot 2019-02-14 at 15.44.13

[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ docker logs ucp-reconcile

Screenshot 2019-02-12 at 08.28.37


If you google the error message you will get a lot of answers but almost all of them are not suitable to solve the issue. According to the Docker community, the current issue is related to UCP 3.1.0, 3.1.1, 3.1.2 in certain cases.

The best solution provided by the community is to install a previous version of UCP (3.0.7) and upgrade it from within the UCP dashboard.

Before installing another version of UCP, remove the current installation:

[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker swarm leave --force
[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker stop $(sudo docker ps -aq)
[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker rm $(sudo docker ps -aq) --force
[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker rmi $(sudo docker images -aq) --force
[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker network prune
[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ sudo docker system prune --force

Re-try the installation with UCP version 3.0.7

[docker@docker-manager000 ~]$ docker container run --rm -it \
>   --name ucp \
>   -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \
>   docker/ucp:3.0.7 install \
>   --host-address \
>   --pod-cidr \
>   --cloud-provider Azure \
>   --interactive


Unable to find image 'docker/ucp:3.0.7' locally

3.0.7: Pulling from docker/ucp

ff3a5c916c92: Pull complete

a52011fa0ead: Pull complete

dbfd538ef7b5: Pull complete

Digest: sha256:21219684bfafd78c49669865b769c775f132c5b0915a5ec5fd8b41d9a6f52597

Status: Downloaded newer image for docker/ucp:3.0.7

INFO[0000] Your engine version 18.09.2, build 1ac774d (3.10.0-862.11.6.el7.x86_64) is compatible with UCP 3.0.7 (a422a90)

Admin Username: test

Admin Password:

Confirm Admin Password:

INFO[0016] Pulling required images... (this may take a while)

INFO[0016] Pulling docker/ucp-cfssl:3.0.7

INFO[0017] Pulling docker/ucp-dsinfo:3.0.7

INFO[0036] Pulling docker/ucp-metrics:3.0.7

INFO[0039] Pulling docker/ucp-hyperkube:3.0.7

INFO[0046] Pulling docker/ucp-kube-compose:3.0.7

INFO[0074] Pulling docker/ucp-kube-dns-dnsmasq-nanny:3.0.7

INFO[0078] Pulling docker/ucp-controller:3.0.7

INFO[0084] Pulling docker/ucp-etcd:3.0.7

INFO[0085] Pulling docker/ucp-auth:3.0.7

INFO[0087] Pulling docker/ucp-calico-cni:3.0.7

INFO[0090] Pulling docker/ucp-kube-dns-sidecar:3.0.7

INFO[0092] Pulling docker/ucp-interlock-extension:3.0.7

INFO[0093] Pulling docker/ucp-auth-store:3.0.7

INFO[0095] Pulling docker/ucp-agent:3.0.7

INFO[0096] Pulling docker/ucp-compose:3.0.7

INFO[0097] Pulling docker/ucp-swarm:3.0.7

INFO[0099] Pulling docker/ucp-pause:3.0.7

INFO[0100] Pulling docker/ucp-calico-kube-controllers:3.0.7

INFO[0101] Pulling docker/ucp-calico-node:3.0.7

INFO[0110] Pulling docker/ucp-kube-dns:3.0.7

INFO[0135] Pulling docker/ucp-interlock:3.0.7

INFO[0135] Pulling docker/ucp-interlock-proxy:3.0.7

WARN[0139] None of the hostnames we'll be using in the UCP certificates [docker-manager000] contain a domain component.  Your generated certs may fail TLS validation unless you only use one of these shortnames or IPs to connect.  You can use the --san flag to add more aliases

You may enter additional aliases (SANs) now or press enter to proceed with the above list.

Additional aliases:

INFO[0000] Initializing a new swarm at

INFO[0020] Installing UCP with host address - If this is incorrect, please specify an alternative address with the '--host-address' flag

INFO[0020] Deploying UCP Service...

INFO[0120] Installation completed on docker-manager000 (node 5nhn0oqi9h8tjo99t15v3ckr5)

INFO[0120] UCP Instance ID: ccraf0c9vbrcnkxix11r7bdue

INFO[0120] UCP Server SSL: SHA-256 Fingerprint=9D:E3:7D:4C:12:03:B9:03:21:C6:5A:0C:87:C3:AA:A2:48:B0:C1:91:46:D4:12:A1:6F:05:64:C3:72:13:4B:6F

INFO[0120] Login to UCP at

INFO[0120] Username: test

INFO[0120] Password: (your admin password)

StackOverflow post : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54189511/docker-unable-to-reconcile-state-of-kubernetes-addons-component-error-while-dep/54646555#54646555

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Reintroducing Angelo Rosado

Steven Chan - Thu, 2019-02-14 08:35

Given Steven's recent departure from this blog, we are proactively engaging experts from all areas of Oracle E-Business Suite Technology to continue to bring you the latest news and announcements. 

Angelo Rosado is our resident expert on lifecycle and systems management. He has been a frequent contributor to this and our sister Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle Cloud blog. I look forward to collaborating with Angelo to bring you the latest updates and innovations in Oracle E-Business Suite technology.

Here are a few of Angelo's recent blog posts:

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How To Create A New Container Group Using Azure CLI

Yann Neuhaus - Thu, 2019-02-14 07:18
Steps To Create A New Container Group Using Azure CLI

Before starting, a MSDN account is needed to use the Azure platform, please refer to your manager for further information.

In this tutorial, the Azure CLI command-line tool will be install on Windows and we will deploy a website running the open source GHOST platform.

Choose the right operating system to install the command-line tool. The information can be found here.

When the installation is done, launch the command prompt and type az login to authenticate on the Azure platform (see below):
az login
Wait until a browser is launched so that you can login (see below):

You have logged into Microsoft Azure!

To create a new container, the following command will be used:

  • az group create
  • az container create
  • az container show
  • az container logs
  • az group delete

Open the command prompt and type powershell to start.

Define the variable resource group that will hold the container group:

  • $resourceGroup = “TutoGhost” (hit enter)

Define the variable location:

  • $location = “westeurope” (hit enter)

Create the resource group and the location:

  • az group create -n $resourceGroup -l $location (hit enter)

The resource group and the location are now created.

Define the variable container group (only lowercase letters, numbers and dashes):

  • $containerGroupName = “site1-ghost” (hit enter)

Create the container group:

  • az container create -g $resourceGroup -n $containerGroupName `
  • –image ghost `
  • –ports 2368 `
  • –ip-address public `
  • –dns-name-label testtutoghost

The dns-name-label should be unique.

Hit enter to execute the commands.

During the execution process, use the following command-line to check the status of the container group:

  • az container show `
  • -g $resourceGroup -n $containerGroupName

The provisioningState variable display the three state of creation of the container group which is pending, creating and succeeded.

A public random ip address is assigned and a fully qualified domain name which is testtutoghost.westeurope.azurecontainer.io

To check if the container is up and running, open a browser and type the FQDN followed by colon 2368.

To check the container group logs, type the following command:

  • az container logs `
  • -n $containerGroupName -g $resourceGroup

As a test environment and to avoid paying extra cost, make sure to delete the resource group (command-line below) created if not used.

  • az group delete -n $resourceGroup -y

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Korea Telecom Connects With Oracle for New 5G Business Services

Oracle Press Releases - Thu, 2019-02-14 07:00
Press Release
Korea Telecom Connects With Oracle for New 5G Business Services Oracle Communications to Power Network-As-a-Service for 5G Early Adopter

Redwood Shores Calif—Feb 14, 2019

Korea Telecom has selected Oracle Communications for the 5G Policy Control Function (PCF) in the buildout of its 5G network and to enable new Network as a Service (NaaS) offerings for businesses. An early adopter of 5G, Korea Telecom is known for innovation and selected Oracle for its overall 5G readiness, product maturity and competitive strengths, including its agile and feature-rich 5G PCF solution.

“Building on our longstanding relationship with Oracle Communications, we are pleased to continue working together as we take advantage of all that 5G has to offer,” said Gwangwook Lee, VP Core Network Strategy & Planning Department., Korea Telecom. “In trials, the Oracle 5G PCF solution performed beyond expectations and met our discerning metrics for driving the success of our upcoming 5G deployment. After six years of successful partnership with Oracle in the 4G realm, we look forward to continuing the partnership with Oracle in the 5G domain and as we move to deliver new, innovative offerings to our customers.”

The 5G PCF is the policy management function of the 5G Control Plane, and one of the 5G Core Network elements delivering Quality of Service and other network policies to communications service providers’ (CSPs) networks. Leveraging Oracle’s 5G Core Network, Korea Telecom will be able to continue its network transformation toward 5G, and will unlock new doors for differentiated and personalized customer offerings, supporting incremental 5G network monetization with improved service agility, increased bandwidth and more customized services.

With the introduction of 5G, CSPs like Korea Telecom are able to launch and evolve custom-fit network slices faster than ever. Network slicing is a highly dynamic process that provides CSPs with the opportunity to tailor connectivity services to the precise requirements of any given application; user, device or context, by logically isolating virtualized network resources. This capability will enable CSPs to launch NaaS solutions tailored to the specific needs of their enterprise customers that can range from AR and VR to Connected Cars, Smart Factories, and Smart Cities.

“By delivering a solution that addresses 5G policy requirements and underpins Korea Telecom’s leading 5G transformation,” said Andy Hicks, Principal Analyst at GlobalData, “Oracle is staking a claim to leadership in the 5G core.”

“As we extend our partnership with visionary, Korea Telecom beyond our collective 4G success, Oracle is unlocking doors to new innovations in this next generation of connectivity spanning from enterprise applications to smart ecosystems,” said Doug Suriano, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.

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[Blog] [Solved] RC-20200: Fatal: Could not find Unzip When Installing EBS R12.1

Online Apps DBA - Thu, 2019-02-14 05:54

While installing EBS R12.1 on Linux x86-64, the following error appears RW-50004. This error is caused due to an error RC-20200… Stucked with this Error and want to know the Solution? Visit: https://k21academy.com/appsdba46 and find our new blog covering: ✔ Root Cause for the Error RC-20200. ✔ Solution for the error. While installing EBS R12.1 […]

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[BLOG] Oracle GoldenGate 12c : Troubleshooting using LogDump Utility

Online Apps DBA - Thu, 2019-02-14 05:46

Are you facing an issue in Oracle GoldenGate in Using LogDump Utility? If yes, then visit: https://k21academy.com/goldengate13 and learn about: ✔ What are Trail Files ✔ LogDump Utility In Troubleshooting GoldenGate Issues and much more… Are you facing an issue in Oracle GoldenGate in Using LogDump Utility? If yes, then visit: https://k21academy.com/goldengate13 and learn about: […]

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Oracle 19c and my favorite list

Syed Jaffar - Thu, 2019-02-14 05:37
Today (14-Feb-2019) Oracle officially released the 19c docs and Oracle Database 19c for Exadata through edelivery channel. Since the news is out, Oracle community is busy talking about 19c availability and sharing articles about 19c etc.

I spent a little amount of time to scan through some of really useful features of 19c for DBAs, and here is my list:
  • Availability
    • Simplified DB parameter management in Broker Configuration
    • Flashback Standby DB when Primary DB is flashed back
    • Active Data Guard DML Redirection
    • New parameter for tuning automatic outage resolution with DG
  • Data Warehousing
    • SQL Diagnostic and Repair Enhancements
    • Automatic Indexing 
    • Performance Enhancement for in-memory external tables
    • Real-Time Statistics
    • High Frequency Automatic Optimizer Statistics Collection
  • Automated install, config and patch
  • Automated upgrade, migration and utilities
  • Performance
    • SQL Quarantine 
    • Real-time monitoring for Developers
    • Workload capture and Replay in a PDB
  • RAC and Grid
    • Automated Transaction Draining for Oracle Grid Infrastructure Upgrades
    • Zero-downtime Oracle Grid Infrastructure Patching

I will start writing series of articles about my favorite Oracle 19c features. Stay tune.


[Video 1 of 5 Part Series] Networking in Oracle’s Gen2 Cloud: Who should learn & Why?

Online Apps DBA - Thu, 2019-02-14 05:34

[Video 1 of 5 Part Series] Networking in Oracle’s Gen2 Cloud: Who should learn & Why? Whether you are deploying Database or Application on Cloud, the very first thing you will do is create a Network (VCN & Subnet). You then will decide which part of Application/Database is in what Subnet, What Ports to open […]

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Update production database from ETL Process

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2019-02-13 21:46
Hello, Ask Tom Team. I am using a Microsoft SSIS ETL Package to insert data to Oracle (source and destination). I want to do an incremental load every day but I have to flag the rows that are already loaded in the destination. It is not just s...
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DB Link between Oracle 12c (Linux) and Oracle 11.2 R2 (Windows)

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2019-02-13 21:46
Hi everyone, I have a problem with DB Link. I'm trying to create a dblink from and Oracle 12c (installed on Linux Server) and Oracle 11.2 R2 (installed on Windows Server). I've correctly created the dblink, but when i try to query the result is: "<b...
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Merge using collections

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2019-02-13 21:46
Hi Tom, I am just trying to understand if the table function will work with collections. Please find my below code. Script: <code>create table setm_students (id number, name varchar2(10)); create table setm_students_target as select * fro...
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getting rows N through M of a result set

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2019-02-13 21:46
I would like to fetch data after joining 3 tables and sorting based on some field. As this query results into approx 100 records, I would like to cut the result set into 4, each of 25 record. and I would like to give sequence number to each r...
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Permission issues when loading text file to external table

Tom Kyte - Wed, 2019-02-13 21:46
Hey Tom, First of all, I'm sorry if this has been asked already, I simply couldn't find an answer after days of googling. Here it goes: I've created a SP to load a text file into an external table on 10g as per instructed here and many more places...
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Integrating Cloud Foundry with Spinnaker

Pas Apicella - Wed, 2019-02-13 19:36
I previously blogged about "Installing Spinnaker on Pivotal Container Service (PKS) with NSX-T running on vSphere" and then how to invoke UI using a "kubectl port-forward".



1. Exec into hal pod using a command as follows:

$ kubectl exec --namespace default -it myspinnaker-spinnaker-halyard-0 bash

Note: You can get the POD name as follows

papicella@papicella:~$ kubectl get pods | grep halyard
myspinnaker-spinnaker-halyard-0       1/1       Running     0          6d

2. Create a file settings-local.js in the directory ~/.hal/default/profiles/

window.spinnakerSettings.providers.cloudfoundry = {
  defaults: {account: 'my-cloudfoundry-account'}

3. Create a file clouddriver-local.yml with contents as follows. You can add multiple accounts but in this example I am just adding one

  enabled: true
    - name: PWS
      user: papicella-pas@pivotal.io
      password: yyyyyyy
      api: api.run.pivotal.io

4. If you are working with an existing installation of Spinnaker, apply your changes:

spinnaker@myspinnaker-spinnaker-halyard-0:~/.hal/default/profiles$ hal deploy apply
+ Get current deployment
+ Prep deployment
Problems in halconfig:
- WARNING There is a newer version of Halyard available (1.15.0),
  please update when possible
? Run 'sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install
  spinnaker-halyard -y' to upgrade

+ Preparation complete... deploying Spinnaker
+ Get current deployment
+ Apply deployment
+ Run `hal deploy connect` to connect to Spinnaker.

5. Once this is done in the UI you will see any applications in your Organisations appear in this example it's a single application called "Spring" as shown below

6. In the example below when "Creating an Application" we can select the ORGS/Spaces we wish to use as shown below

More Information

Cloud Foundry Integration

Cloud Foundry Resource Mapping

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Microsoft Azure: Creating a Linux machine and a first login via ssh

Dietrich Schroff - Wed, 2019-02-13 13:08
After having logged in to azure.microsoft.com i navigated to "Virtual machines":
There i hit the "create virtual machine" button and a wizard was opened, where the following steps have to be completed:

So here are the basic settings:

Inside the basic settings you have to choose the name and a resource group (in my case i had to create a resource group, because its my first vm).

Then i had to select an image:
Below this drop down is a link "browse all images and disks". If you choose that, you get many more options:

At "Administrator account" i chose "SSH public key" i added one (this field has a built-in check function, so if there is an copy/paste error, you get an immediate response):
Then i added the following for the disks:
And i left "networking" to the defaults up to the "select inbound ports":

For "Management" i had to create a storage account. This account has to unique  (mystorage  was already taken by some other azure users).

I left "Guest config" unchanged:
And then i had to wait some seconds at "Review + create" until the "validation passed" messaged appeared.
After that i had to wait for three minutes until my vm was ready to use:

And then i got the following dashboard for my vm:
A login to this machine was successful:

The authenticity of host ' (' can't be established.
ECDSA key fingerprint is SHA256:PxIwA6+b0lfcrV//yXpFUPjY3jiD2GgxME57EYQlx9Y.
Are you sure you want to continue connecting (yes/no)? yes
Warning: Permanently added '' (ECDSA) to the list of known hosts.
Welcome to Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.15.0-1036-azure x86_64)

 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com
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  System information as of Sat Jan 26 19:06:21 UTC 2019

  System load:  0.0               Processes:           113
  Usage of /:   4.1% of 28.90GB   Users logged in:     0
  Memory usage: 3%                IP address for eth0:
  Swap usage:   0%

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0 updates are security updates.

The programs included with the Ubuntu system are free software;
the exact distribution terms for each program are described in the
individual files in /usr/share/doc/*/copyright.

Ubuntu comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by
applicable law.

To run a command as administrator (user "root"), use "sudo ".
See "man sudo_root" for details.


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