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    Managing the Microservice Containers

    After you deploy the microservices, you can manage the containers with the deploy_micro_services.sh script.

    Deleting and Restarting New Pods

    To restart all pods:

    1. Log in to the installer VM as root.
    2. Execute the following command to delete and recreate the containers.
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=central ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -restart_containers"
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=regional ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -restart_containers"

    Clearing the Databases

    To clear the Kubernetes databases:

    1. Log in to the installer VM as root.
    2. Execute the following command to clear the contents of the databases:
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=central ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -reset_databases"
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=regional ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -reset_databases"

    Clearing the Kubernetes Cluster

    To clear the entire Kubernetes cluster:

    1. Log in to the installer VM as root.
    2. Execute the following command to reset
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=central ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -reset_cluster"
      root@host:~/# run "DEPLOYMENT_ENV=regional ./deploy_micro_services.sh - -reset_cluster"

    Modified: 2017-08-15