Datica Secure Console
The Secure Console offers interactive command-line access to your environment‘s database services, using the corresponding shell. These map out as follows:
- MySQL (Percona):
Opening a Secure Console
Using the CLI’s console command and the name of the database service (found in The Platform dashboard):
datica -E "<your_env_name>" console <database name>
For example, for a database named
datica -E "<your_env_name>" console db01
Using the Console With Code Services
The console can also be used with code services, but a command needs to be specified. For example, to run
rake mytask on a code service named
datica -E "<your_env_name>" console app01 'rake mytask'
You may see an error message about the command you are trying to run not being whitelisted. This means we have not yet approved its compatibility with the console, or it’s custom tooling in a pattern that we haven’t yet whitelisted. For most cases, we can resolve it quickly via Support Ticket.
Console vs SSH
The secure console is not SSH, and is quite limited. It is a temporary tunnel, and can at times close abruptly. To enable SSH to your environment’s containers, a VPN is required.
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