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ADWC – a Docker container to start/stop Oracle Cloud services

In the previous post, I’ve explained how to start and stop the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud service from PSM (PaaS Service Manager). There’s a setup phase, and a run phase starting with service-start and ending with service-stop. And the setup is specific to an Oracle Cloud account, storing information in the local user home. You may want to run different setups, and even provide an easy way to start/stop an Oracle Cloud service without knowing the user, password and tenant name.

A Docker container is perfect to isolate this.

Dockerfile

Here is my quick (aka experimental) Dockerfile:

FROM alpine:latest
RUN apk add --update --no-cache python3 curl
ENV user=my.cloud.account@me.com
ENV password=MyP@ssw0rd
ENV tenant=idcs-31bbd63c3cb9466cb8a96f627b6b6116
ENV region=us
# get PSM
RUN curl -X GET -u ${user}:${password} -H X-ID-TENANT-NAME:${tenant} https://psm.us.oraclecloud.com/paas/core/api/v1.1/cli/${tenant}/client -o psmcli.zip
# install PSM
RUN pip3 install -U psmcli.zip
# setup PSM
RUN echo "{\"username\":\"${user}\",\"password\":\"${password}\",\"identityDomain\":\"${tenant}\",\"region\":\"${region}\",\"outputFormat\":\"short\"}" > config-payload &&\
psm setup --config-payload config-payload &&\
rm 421d64918638 # remove file with password
# patch PSM for bugs
RUN sed -ie 's/core\\[/]//g' ~/.psm/data/ADWC.json
# variables which can be overwritten at run time
ENV service=ADWC
ENV name=MYADWC1
CMD trap 'echo "Stopping service ${service}...";psm ${service} stop-service --service-name ${name} -wc true ; exit 0' SIGINT SIGSTOP SIGKILL; echo "Starting service ${service}...";psm ${service} start-service --service-name ${name} -wc true || exit 1 ; echo "You can access to ${service} console with ADMIN user at:";echo;psm ${service} service -s ${name} -of json | jq -r '.serviceConsole';echo ; while sleep 60 ; do echo "Status of service ${service} at $(date)...";psm ADWC service -s ADWC ; done

We need curl to download PSM, and pip3 to install it, and python3 to run it.
You can set your Oracle Cloud Account credentials as environment variables.
Then it fills all required information in a ‘config-payload’ file, runs ‘psm setup’ and removes that file.

At run, it calls a ‘start-service’ and loops while showing the status every minute (you can see them with docker container logs). The INT, STOP and KILL signals call ‘stop-service’. Then, the idea is that while the container exists, the Cloud Service is running. And it is shutdown at the container end of life. There’s no other action to do with the container: it display the console url where you have everything to interact with the service (download client credentials, manage users, go to Machine Learning notebooks,…).

Run example:

Here is a simple example:

# docker run --rm franck/psm/awdc
 
Starting service MYADWC1...
Message: Job submitted successfully for start of service/system
Job ID: 25583108
Waiting for the job to complete... (it cannot be cancelled)
Command completed with status [SUCCEED].
You can access to MYADWC1 console with ADMIN user at:
 
https://adwc.uscom-east-1.oraclecloud.com/console/index.html?tenant_name=idcs-31bbd63c3cb9466cb8a96f627b6b6116&database_name=MYADWC1
 
Status of service MYADWC1 at Sun Apr 29 18:20:50 UTC 2018...
Service: MYADWC1
Status: Ready
Version: 18.1.4.0
Edition: N/A
Compute Site: N/A
Cloud Storage Container: N/A
Created On: 2018-04-19T19:22:18.360+0000
Status of service MYADWC1 at Sun Apr 29 18:21:51 UTC 2018...
Service: MYADWC1
Status: Ready
Version: 18.1.4.0
Edition: N/A
Compute Site: N/A
Cloud Storage Container: N/A
Created On: 2018-04-19T19:22:18.360+0000
 
^C
 
Stopping service MYADWC1...
Message: Job submitted successfully for stop of service/system
Job ID: 25620930
Waiting for the job to complete... (it cannot be cancelled)
Command completed with status [SUCCEED].

After 2 minutes I’ve hit ‘Control-C’ to stop the container. The service has been cleanly shut-down.

 

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