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  1. Identify the deployment policy that corresponds to the deployed application, and remove the partition from the deployment policy JSON definition.

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    For more information, see Deployment Policy Resource Definition.  

  2. Update the identified deployment policy in StratosPrivate PaaS.

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    For more information on how to update a deployment policy via the REST API, CLI or the UI, see Updating a Deployment Policy.

  3. Identify the network partition that corresponds to the deployed application, and remove the partition from the network partition JSON definition.  

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    For more information on the properties that are updatable, see Network Partition Resource Definition.

  4. Update the identified network partition in StratosPrivate PaaS

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    For more information on how to update a network partition via the REST API, CLI or the UI, see Updating a Network Partition

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  1. Identify the deployment policy that corresponds to the deployed application, and update the values in the existing deployment policy definition JSON.

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    For more information on the properties that are updatable, see Deployment Policy Resource Definition.

  2. Update the identified deployment policy in StratosPrivate PaaS.

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    For more information on how to update a deployment policy via the REST API, CLI or the UI, see Updating a Deployment Policy.

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When a auto-scaling policy is updated in run-time, Stratos Private PaaS applies these changes to all the applications that are using the auto-scaling policy. Only specific properties in an auto-scaling policy definition can be updated. For more information on what properties can be updated, see the Auto-scaling Policy Resource Definition, and see Updating an Auto-scaling Policy to learn how to update an auto-scaling policy via the REST API, CLI or the UI.

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When a cartridge is updated in run-time, Stratos Private PaaS will not apply the changes to the currently deployed applications. However, Stratos Private PaaS will apply these changes to all the applications that are deployed after these changes. Only specific properties in a cartridge definition can be updated. For more information on what properties can be updated, see the Cartridge Resource Definition, and see Updating a Cartridge to learn how to update a cartridge via the REST API, CLI or the UI.

Updating a cartridge group

Stratos Private PaaS does not allow cartridge groups to be updated.

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