Managing Applications

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Managing Applications

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To manage your applications:

 

In KuberDock Apps choose My Apps - you will get to cPanel page with all running applications displayed.

 

my_apps

 

The information on current applications’ statuses is displayed in Application table. You can start, stop or remove an application in Actions section. Click Edit, to go to KuberDock and control this application.

 

add_new_app

 

The application that was not payed successfully will be also displayed in this list. You will be able to click Pay and Start to pay for application and start it normally.

 

cpanel_your_apps

 

Click on the application name to view detailed information:

 

1. Allocated resources and control buttons:

 

Limits - resources allocated for this application;

Public IP - appliction IP address available from the internet. If no IP assigned - none.

Status - your application current status:

oRunning - the application is started and running;

oPending - the application is starting or stopping;

oStopped - the application is stopped.

Actions - application control buttons:

oStop/Start - start or stop application (changes depending on application status);

oEdit - open KuberDock page with your application (see Managing pods for details).

oDelete - delete application (the application will no longer be available and removed from cPanel). Note that after deleting Public IP and Persistent drive applications will not be removed automatically and the fees will still be processing. If you are not going to use them anymore, remove Persistent drive and Public IP  from KuberDock manually.

 

application

 

 

2. In Ports section the information on running container is displayed.

 

Here you can view all the ports with their settings shown in the table:

 

Container’s port - container’s internal port;

Protocol - data transmission protocol (udp or tcp);

Host port - is external port of a container used to access container port from using external IP or from other ports. By default Host port equals Container port.

Public - if the port is available from the Internet then checkbox will be ticked, otherwise no.

 

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3. Volumes section displays all added volumes and their parameters specified for container when creating:

 

Persistent - means that this is a persistent volume, that will persist through container restarts & removal

Name - persistent volume name;

Size - persistent storage disc space capacity in MB.

 

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4. In Environment variables section all the variables names and values are displayed in the list.

 

env_var

 

5. Pricing - the price for application based on Kube type and the number of Kubes.

 

pricing

 

If you need to add one more application, click Add more apps.