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• It cannot contain a comma (,), colon (:), space, or slash (/) character.
• It must be a valid UTF-8 byte sequence.
• It cannot be an IPv4 or IPv6 IP address.
• It is case-insensitive.
To use named objects in your cluster, you must create at least one domain. Unnamed
objects do not require a domain because you can access them using a UUID.
4.6. Adding, Editing, or Deleting Tenants
To add, edit, or delete a tenant:
1. Start the Admin Console as discussed in Chapter 2, Introduction to the Admin Console.
2. In the top navigation bar, click Settings.
3. On the Cluster Settings page, the Cluster Tenants section displays as follows if no tenants have
already been configured.
4. To add a tenant domain, click Add Tenant.
To edit a tenant domain, click Edit next to its name.
To delete a domain, select the check box next to its name and click Delete and click Submit.
If you delete a domain that contains buckets, the buckets and any objects they contain
are not deleted; however, they become inaccessible. To work around this issue, see
Section D.1, “Restoring Domains and Buckets”.
5. Enter or edit the following information:
Domain Name field Enter a fully qualified IANA-compliant name to identify this domain.
For example, cluster.example.com. The domain name must
be unique among all clusters you manage.
If you have not already configured a domain name that matches
your cluster's name, the cluster name displays in this field. Creating
a domain with the same name as the cluster sets up a default
cluster domain, as discussed in Section 4.2, “About the Default