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# ssh to vanadium.roaringpenguin.com
 
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# Type: <code>/usr/local/bin/containerize <i>realmname</i></code>
 
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  All done!  New admin credentials are:
 
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  Username: admin@container.example.com
 
  Username: admin@container.example.com
  Password: FMS9muygdK
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  Password: xxxxxxxxxx
  
 
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Revision as of 11:17, 30 December 2015

NOTE: Only Roaring Penguin personnel can perform these steps!

  1. ssh to vanadium.roaringpenguin.com
  2. Type: /usr/local/bin/containerize realmname
  3. Confirm by typing Y when prompted.

Here is a sample run:

$ containerize example-com
Picking example.com as the representative domain.
About to perform the following actions:

        - Create realm container-example-com
        - Reparent example-com and its children into container-example-com
        - Map the domain container.example.com to container-example-com
        - Create a user admin@container.example.com

Proceeed? (Y/N) y

All done!  New admin credentials are:
Username: admin@container.example.com
Password: xxxxxxxxxx