The default administrator user has access to the default environment and can be considered to be a "super tenant". Use the Tenant Console in the Admin Console to manage tenants.
- Open the Admin Console.
In the Consoles section, click Tenant
You see the Tenant Console page.
Perform the following as required:
- To list all tenants and show their details, type show tenants.
To show details for a single tenant, type show
tenant <tenant domain>.
This shows the status (for example, whether it is enabled or disabled) and the root content store directory.
To create a tenant, type create <tenant
domain> <tenant admin password> [<root contentstore
For example, create customer_tenant.com l3tm31n /usr/tenantstores/customer_tenant
This creates an empty tenant. By default the tenant will be enabled. It will have an administrator user called admin@<tenant domain> with the supplied password. All users that the administrator creates can log in using <username>@<tenant domain>. The root of the contentstore directory can be optionally specified. If it is not specified, or does not exist, the repository default root content store will be used (as specified by the dir.contentstore property).
Tenant metadata is co-mingled but the binaries can be separated if, for example, multiple volumes are used to store groups of tenants.
To enable a tenant, type enable <tenant
This enables the tenant so that it is active and available for new logins.
To disable a tenant, type disable <tenant
This disables the tenant so that it is inactive and prevents tenant login.