In this video, learn how to set up a deployment group with a remote Linux instance, reconfigure existing deployment group instances, and then deploy an application.
- [Instructor] We got our VM instance running … so now let's make the configuration changes needed … to connect our domain application server to it. … In our browser we'll log into Payara … and in the left navigation bar … we're going to click on nodes. … We're going to create a new node. … Click new. … We'll enter something descriptive here. … Type vbox dash aura Linux. … We'll choose our type as SSH. … If you remembered before, … for Windows users you can use DCOM. … We're going to use SSH facilities. … In the host port we're going to enter the IP address … of our Linux instance. … Going to switch back to the terminal … which we're still SSHed into at this point … and type if config to retrieve our IP address. … This is 10.35.3.112. … Come back here we'll type 10 dot 35 dot 3 dot 112. … For the node directory, I'll type home, vagrant … 'cause that is the user and we'll type Payara five … and in the installation directory, … copy this and paste the same information. … We're going to click install Payara server. …
AuthorMichael D. Rodgers, Jr
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