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Exalogic - Information about DCLI Tool and its Usage (Doc ID 1304958.1)

Last updated on MAY 24, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software - Version and later
Linux x86-64
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)


Information about DCLI tool and its usage in Exalogic.


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In this Document
 Introduction to DCLI tool
 Testing DCLI
 SSH Trust and User Equivalence
 Additional DCLI command line examples
 Below is command to add a new local OS group called "oracle" with group id 500 (gid) to each compute node?
 Below is command to add a new local OS user by name "oracle" with user id 500 (uid) to group "oracle".
 Below are commands to set the password to "welcome1" for OS "root" user and newly created "oracle" user on each compute node.
 Below are commands to create a new mount point directory and definition on each compute node for mounting the common/general NFS share which exists on Exalogic's ZFS Shared Storage appliance and then from each compute node permanently mount the NFS Share.
 Running DCLI as Non-Root User :

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