3.1 Guidelines and Limitations

The Oracle VM Manager Web User Interface is provided without any software limitation to its functionality. Once your appliance has been provisioned, the Oracle VM environment is fully configured and ready to use for the deployment and management of your virtual machines. In this section, the operations that are explicitly not permitted, and those that may be attempted with due care, are presented as guidelines and limitations that should be followed when working within Oracle VM Manager.

The following actions must not be performed, except if Oracle gives specific instructions to do so.

Do Not:

While unlikely to cause a problem with your appliance, the following actions are not recommended:

Not Recommended:

If you ignore this advice, the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance automation, which uses specific naming conventions to label and manage assets, may fail. Out-of-band configuration changes would not be known to the orchestration software of the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance.