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How to Use SSH Servers and what is SSH?

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30-04-2020

How to use SSH access to the Adobe Managed Services instances.?

And also can anyone tell me about Segments in AEM?

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01-05-2020

Hi @imadullakhan ,

 

SSH access is the way to access your server where AEM is deployed. It is a secure shell mechanism to access your hosting server. AMS will give you details of IP and credential and you can connect to the server via SSH to access your logs and repository.

 

And also can anyone tell me about Segments in AEM?

> Kindly go throught the repository structure of AEM from here https://helpx.adobe.com/in/experience-manager/6-3/sites/deploying/using/data-store-config.html

to understand that the repository has 2 components i.e NodeStore and DataStore.Oak Segment Tar is an implementation of NodeStore. It is an Oak storage backend that stores content as various types of records within larger segmentsSegments themselves are collected within tar files along with further auxiliary information. For complete information, kindly refer https://jackrabbit.apache.org/oak/docs/nodestore/segment/overview.html#

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