Root access is not allowed on vApp (Identity Suite Virtual Appliance). Also, directly editing the main Wildfly configuration file (standalone.xml) is deliberately not allowed on the vApp.
Release: CAIDMB99000-12.6.8-Identity Manager-B to B
Component: Virtual Appliance
1.) Directly editing the main Wildfly configuration file (standalone.xml) is deliberately not allowed on the vApp.
However – we have made various configurations available for editing for all Wildfly-based applications (Identity Manager, Identity Portal and Identity Governance). See the documentation for full details, for example:
•add-user.sh script (allowing to add/remove users, change password, and assign/remove management/application roles)
•Changing the applications log level during runtime
•Adding/Removing a data-source
•Modifying the JVM startup parameters
•Modifying email configurations
•IDM Skin/CSS configurations
•IDM Custom connectors
•Various configurations for SiteMinder integration
2.)Rebooting the system is available via sudo (as well as shutdown/poweroff)
There are numerous other commands available via sudo, for example:
•Adding/removing records from the hosts file (/etc/hosts)
•Editing the ntp.conf file
•Controlling services in /etc/init.d – stop/start/restart/status
3.) There are numerous out-of-the-box aliases available for starting and stopping servers and performing many other functions. At the vApp login shell enter 'alias' to see the list of available commands.