Mask My IP V220.127.116.11 (x86 X64) Incl Patch |VERIFIED|
- -config.ldap.ipsec_server=ldaps://ldap.example.com:port + -config.com:port -config.ipsec_server_ca_cert=%(pki_path)s/certs/ca_cert.pem mask my ip v18.104.22.168 (x86 x64) incl patch the delete command no longer requires the --all flag. this will prevent issues where the cluster was deleted, and all nodes deleted, if the command was run without the --all flag. if you need to force delete a node or pods, you can run the command with the --force flag.
Mask My IP v22.214.171.124 (x86 x64) Incl Patch
if you are using version 126.96.36.199 or later, it is no longer necessary to use imagemaker to create the image files in version 12.0. the relevant pxe, iso, and usb image files have already been created in the patches themselves. simply download the patch containing the prebuilt image file from oracle software delivery cloud (edelivery) and place the downloaded usb .img image file onto the usb drive. for 12.0 the patch numbers can be obtained from my oracle support note 2038073. there are separate imagemaker files for database nodes and cells.
path to a directory that contains files named target[suffix][+patchtype].extension. for example, kube-apiserver0+merge.yaml or just etcd.json. target can be one of kube-apiserver, kube-controller-manager, kube-scheduler, etcd, kubeletconfiguration. patchtype can be one of strategic, merge or json and they match the patch formats supported by kubectl. the default patchtype is strategic. extension must be either json or yaml. suffix is an optional string that can be used to determine which patches are applied first alpha-numerically.