Tag: ORACLE CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURE

Shared Disk for your Pods: PersistentVolumes for Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE) Implemented as NFS File Storage in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)


When you deploy in k8s a pod depending in persistent volume attached to block storage (for example this post), the volume created is mounted on a specific node. If that node fails or is stopped, the pods running on it fail when trying to be created in other node according

An exception occurred during task execution. To see the full traceback, use -vvv. The error was: ImportError: No module named idna | Ansible for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)


This happened to me when testing Oracle Ansible for OCI. Solution: pip install idna Hope it helps! 🙂

BucketNotEmpty – Bucket named ‘xxxx’ is not empty. Delete all objects first


Oracle OCI object storage “buckets” can’t be deleted from OCI dashboard unless they are empty… and no empty option menu exists at all (at least at the time of this post). Anyway, you can do it using the CLI… Follow these steps: If you don’t have OCI CLI installed follow

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Plugin for Grafana


Install Grafana locally as shown here Install OCI CLI, follow this post as an example Install OCI plugin grafana-cli plugins install oci-datasource brew services restart grafana Create a dashboard Select Region, Compartment, etc… Tha’s all! Enjoy 😉

Building Producer and Consumer Clients in go Language for Oracle Event Hub Cloud Service


CREATE AN OEH CLUSTER Documentation here or watch following video: When the cluster is created, go to details page and grab the connection url, which has the  format <broker1_ip>:6667,…,<brokern_ip>:6667 CREATE A TOPIC INSTALL THE LIB I’ve done the following (Mac): git clone https://github.com/edenhill/librdkafka.git cd librdkafka ./configure –prefix /usr/local make sudo

Containerizing​ Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Command Line Interface (CLI)


Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) command line interface (CLI) is one of several methods provided for managing the Oracle cloud infra generation 2. The CLI can be installed and configured in your local machine just following the instructions in the documentation. In this post, we are explaining an alternate method for

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