SSH Access Page

The SSH Access page enables you to view and add SSH public keys to Oracle Database Cloud Service deployments in your identity domain. You can restrict the list of deployments displayed using search filters.

What You Can Do From the SSH Access Page

Use the SSH Access page to view and add SSH public keys to Database Cloud Service deployments in your identity domain.

You can use the page’s Search section to filter the list of displayed deployments based on deployment name.

In the table of results, you can:

  • Click any column heading to sort the table by that column.

  • Click the triangle at the start of a deployment’s row to see more details.

What You See on the SSH Access Page

The following table describes the key information shown on the SSH Access page.

Element Description

Service Name

Filters the results to include SSH keys only for the specified deployment. You can enter a full or partial deployment name.

Service Type

Filters the results to include SSH keys only for deployments of the specified service type. The default value is the current cloud service.

Search

Searches for SSH keys by applying the filters specified by the Service Name and Service Type fields, and displays the results in the table.

Results per page

Specifies the number of results you want to view per page. The default value is 10.

Expansion Arrow

Displays a description of an item in the results table. Clicking on the resulting downward arrow hides the description.

Service Name

Shows the name of the deployment.

Service Type

Shows the type of cloud service for this deployment.

Last Update

Shows the most recent time the SSH keys for this deployment were updated.

Actions

Click the Add New Key button to add a new SSH public key to this deployment.

The Add New Key overlay is displayed with its Key value field displaying the deployment’s most recent SSH public key.

Specify the new public key using one of the following methods:

  • Select Upload a new SSH Public Key value and click Choose File to select a file that contains the public key.

  • Select Key value. Delete the current key value and paste the new public key into the text area. Make sure the value does not contain line breaks or end with a line break.