Creating and removing hosts
You can create as many separate Docker hosts as you like on Orchard. Each must have a unique name—if you don’t specify one, commands will work with your default host, which is named
$ orchard hosts NAME SIZE IP $ orchard hosts create Default host running at 220.127.116.11 $ orchard docker ps ...containers running on default host... $ orchard hosts create otherhost Host 'otherhost' running at 18.104.22.168 $ orchard docker -H otherhost ps ...containers running on 'otherhost'... $ orchard hosts NAME SIZE IP default 512M 22.214.171.124 otherhost 512M 126.96.36.199
You can specify a hosts’s RAM with the
-m flag when creating:
$ orchard hosts create -m 4G # creates a 4GB host
Valid sizes, as per the pricing page, are
8G. The default is
Hosts run until explicitly deleted with
orchard hosts rm:
$ orchard hosts NAME SIZE IP default 512M 188.8.131.52 otherhost 512M 184.108.40.206 $ orchard hosts rm otherhost Going to remove 'otherhost'. All data on it will be lost. Are you sure you're ready? [yN] y Stopped 'otherhost'. $ orchard hosts NAME SIZE IP default 512M 220.127.116.11 $ orchard hosts rm Going to remove default host. All data on it will be lost. Are you sure you're ready? [yN] y Stopped default host.
See the CLI docs for a full command reference.