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Sajjd said...

Hi Tim
Is it possible to have Oracle Cloud on our own servers not on Oracle servers or even install it on my pc to do some tests?

Tim... said...

Hi.

You can get a free trial of Oracle Cloud to learn about it.

Oracle sell an "Oracle Private Cloud Appliance" that runs the same software as Oracle Public Cloud. That is the only way you can run this stuff internally.

Cheers

Tim...

PaulD said...

Hi Tim,
How do find the password for the oracle user on the VM. None of the interview questions mention this user.
Paul

Tim... said...

Hi.

You don't. You connect to the oracle user on the VM using the key pair, as described in the article. Should should never be using username/password to connect to the OS on the cloud. Many would say you should even use it on-prem either... :)

Cheers

Tim...

PaulD said...

Thanks Tim,
I think this is a Mac OSX issue because it keeps prompting me to save a pass phrase into my keychain, but the private key was generated using puttygen on windows ( which I copied to my MAc) and it shouldn't be prompting me.

ssh -i ./ oracle@IP

Prompt appears requesting pass phrase...which there isn't one, so hit return and it fails

Googling for a workaround.

Lutfi said...

i have been create dbaas service, how to know

What kind of web server used: tomcat, glassfish or epg used for apex built in?
Upgrade to APEX 18.1
ORDS configuration


Lutfi

Tim... said...

Hi.

They run it in standalone mode.

Cheers

Tim...

Lutfi said...

Thank you Tim,
So is it possible to upgrade to apex 18.1? and reliable for apex prod environment?

Regards

Tim... said...

Hi.

You can definitely upgrade to APEX 18.1, but I would be careful about upgrading ORDS without speaking to support, as it is used by some of the tooling.

Make sure you build your DBaaS on OCI, not OCI-Classic, as the former performs better.

Cheers

Tim...

Lutfi said...

Thank you Tim,
We plan to upgrade APEX not ORDS

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