Single Node OKD (OpenShift)
Everytime I get to use Red Hat’s Open Shift I think to myself: “I should use OpenShift more”. It is a really great tool not just for high availability clusters but for general software development also. Its Web interface is super intuitive and nice to use, and you can provision all sorts of stuff in minutes. And everything is open source. Its really great.
So naturally I decided to run it locally, especially after the news that starting from version 4.8 you can use it on single node architecture also. I decided to run it virtualized in libvirt so I can destroy it if I no longer needed. Hooray!
Sadly my “Hooray” was short lived, since the installation proved difficult for me.
The official guide calls for either using the Assisted installer which is only available for OpenShift, not for OKD or using the manual way which is not that difficult, but I just couldn’t get it to work. The...
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