On the My Peers screen, you can access peers associated with the logged in Bazaar account. To view and manage peers, go to My Peers from the menu, and then click the name of the peer that you want to access. You can view the details of a peer such as the connected environments, and use the tools for registering, starting, and reloading a peer.
Access peer in Bazaar and Console
Gain access to peers in the Subutai Bazaar and Console applications. Click the appropriate button located at the top of the screen.
Update SSH settings
In the SSH Info section, check the Modify SSH info box to update the host and SSH ports, as well as the username and password credentials. Uncheck the box, once done, to save the new settings. Check if the settings work by clicking SSH into peer.
Update peer settings
In the Peer Info section, check the Modify peer info box, and then adjust or change the settings for the bridge interface, disk space, RAM, and CPU. Uncheck the box, once done, to save the new settings. Click Reload peer to apply the changes.
💡 You can only add more disk space to the peer. The current Max disk GB setting of a peer cannot be decreased.
Use peer controls
At the bottom of the screen are options to change the peer state from running to not running, destroy, or reload it.
Register peer with Bazaar
To make peers available to users of Bazaar, click Register peer to Bazaar. Verify that the peer is set up and running before submitting your registration.
💡 The Register button is renamed to Unregistered once your peer has been successfully registered with Bazaar. Another way to unregister is through the Delete option on the Peers page in Bazaar.
On the Register Peer form, enter the following details: Console username and password; name of the peer that you want to register; and, scope of peer use or exposure.
After registering your peers, they are added to the Peer list in Bazaar where other users can select them to set up environments. Peers that are set to Private scope are not displayed in the list.
For more details about the Peers page, refer to the Peers section under Get to Know the Control Center.