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Figure 2.3
The output of the ss command, showing all the bundles in the OSGi framework
framework. Each bundle should be in ACTIVE state. That's it! Your new enterprise
OSG i container is now ready to run applications.
It's probably obvious that this runtime isn't suitable for use in production. Support
for administering applications is limited, and there's no support at all for security,
load balancing, or failover. Don't worry, we'll cover a variety of production-worthy
OSGi consoles
The OSGi console you're using now is a standard Equinox OSGi console. There's
nothing specific to Apache Aries in the user interface. The command line environment
of an OSGi console can feel intimidating at first, but you won't need to know many
commands other than ss to show the bundles.
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