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Complete Features

These features were completed when this image was assembled

1. Proposed title of this feature request
Add runbook_url to alerts in the OCP UI

2. What is the nature and description of the request?
If an alert includes a runbook_url label, then it should appear in the UI for the alert as a link.

3. Why does the customer need this? (List the business requirements here)
Customer can easily reach the alert runbook and be able to address their issues.

4. List any affected packages or components.

OCP/Telco Definition of Done
Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

<--- Cut-n-Paste the entire contents of this description into your new Epic --->

Epic Goal

  • Rebase OpenShift components to k8s v1.24

Why is this important?

  • Rebasing ensures components work with the upcoming release of Kubernetes
  • Address tech debt related to upstream deprecations and removals.

Scenarios

  1. ...

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. k8s 1.24 release

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Epic Goal

  • Rebase cluster autoscaler on top of Kubernetes 1.25

Why is this important?

  • Need to pick up latest upstream changes

Scenarios

  1. ...

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

User Story

As a user I would like to see all the events that the autoscaler creates, even duplicates. Having the CAO set this flag will allow me to continue to see these events.

Background

We have carried a patch for the autoscaler that would enable the duplication of events. This patch can now be dropped because the upstream added a flag for this behavior in https://github.com/kubernetes/autoscaler/pull/4921

Steps

  • add the --record-duplicated-events flag to all autoscaler deployments from the CAO

Stakeholders

  • openshift eng

Definition of Done

  • autoscaler continues to work as expected and produces events for everything
  • Docs
  • this does not require documentation as it preserves existing behavior and provides no interface for user interaction
  • Testing
  • current tests should continue to pass

Incomplete Features

When this image was assembled, these features were not yet completed. Therefore, only the Jira Cards included here are part of this release

OCP/Telco Definition of Done
Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

<--- Cut-n-Paste the entire contents of this description into your new Epic --->

Epic Goal

  • Run OpenShift builds without privileged containers

Why is this important?

  • OpenShift builds require an elevated set of capabilities to build a container image
  • Builds currently run as root to maintain adequate performance
  • Container workloads should run as non-root from the host's perspective. Containers running as root are a known security risk.

Scenarios

Acceptance Criteria

  • Developers can opt into running unprivileged builds by providing an environment variable with a specific value.
  • When the correct environment variable is provided, builds do not run with the privileged: true security context.
  • Unprivileged builds must pass the existing CI test suite OR CI must note tests which require elevated privileges.
  • Steps to run unprivileged builds are documented.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. Buildah supports running inside a non-privileged container
  2. CRI-O allows workloads to opt into running containers in user namespaces.

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

User Story

As a developer building container images on OpenShift
I want to specify that my build should run without elevated privileges
So that builds do not run as root from the host's perspective with elevated privileges

Acceptance Criteria

  • Developers can provide an environment variable to indicate the build should not use privileged containers
  • When the correct env var + value is specified, builds run in a user namespace (non-root on the host)

QE Impact

No QE required for Dev Preview. OpenShift regression testing will verify that existing behavior is not impacted.

Docs Impact

We will need to document how to enable this feature, with sufficient warnings regarding Dev Preview.

PX Impact

This likely warrants an OpenShift blog post, potentially?

Notes

Epic Goal

  • Enabling integration of single hub cluster to install both ARM and x86 spoke clusters
  • Enabling support for heterogeneous OCP clusters
  • document requirements deployment flows
  • support in disconnected environment

Why is this important?

  • clients request

Scenarios

  1. Users manage both ARM and x86 machines, we should not require to have two different hub clusters
  2. Users manage a mixed architecture clusters without requirement of all the nodes to be of the same architecture

Acceptance Criteria

  • Process is well documented
  • we are able to install in a disconnected environment

We have a set of images

  • quay.io/edge-infrastructure/assisted-installer-agent:latest
  • quay.io/edge-infrastructure/assisted-installer-controller:latest
  • quay.io/edge-infrastructure/assisted-installer:latest

that should become multiarch images. This should be done both in upstream and downstream.

As a reference, we have built internally those images as multiarch and made them available as

  • registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-agent-rhel8:latest
  • registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-reporter-rhel8:latest
  • registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-rhel8:latest

They can be consumed by the Assisted Serivce pod via the following env

    - name: AGENT_DOCKER_IMAGE
      value: registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-agent-rhel8:latest
    - name: CONTROLLER_IMAGE
      value: registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-reporter-rhel8:latest
    - name: INSTALLER_IMAGE
      value: registry.redhat.io/rhai-tech-preview/assisted-installer-rhel8:latest

OLM would have to support a mechanism like podAffinity which allows multiple architecture values to be specified which enables it to pin operators to the matching architecture worker nodes

Ref: https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/pull/1014

 

Cut a new release of the OLM API and update OLM API dependency version (go.mod) in OLM package; then
Bring the upstream changes from OLM-2674 to the downstream olm repo.

A/C:

 - New OLM API version release
 - OLM API dependency updated in OLM Project
 - OLM Subscription API changes  downstreamed
 - OLM Controller changes  downstreamed
 - Changes manually tested on Cluster Bot

Feature Overview

We drive OpenShift cross-market customer success and new customer adoption with constant improvements and feature additions to the existing capabilities of our OpenShift Core Networking (SDN and Network Edge). This feature captures that natural progression of the product.

Goals

  • Feature enhancements (performance, scale, configuration, UX, ...)
  • Modernization (incorporation and productization of new technologies)

Requirements

  • Core Networking Stability
  • Core Networking Performance and Scale
  • Core Neworking Extensibility (Multus CNIs)
  • Core Networking UX (Observability)
  • Core Networking Security and Compliance

In Scope

  • Network Edge (ingress, DNS, LB)
  • SDN (CNI plugins, openshift-sdn, OVN, network policy, egressIP, egress Router, ...)
  • Networking Observability

Out of Scope

There are definitely grey areas, but in general:

  • CNV
  • Service Mesh
  • CNF

Documentation Considerations

Questions to be addressed:

  • What educational or reference material (docs) is required to support this product feature? For users/admins? Other functions (security officers, etc)?
  • Does this feature have doc impact?
  • New Content, Updates to existing content, Release Note, or No Doc Impact
  • If unsure and no Technical Writer is available, please contact Content Strategy.
  • What concepts do customers need to understand to be successful in [action]?
  • How do we expect customers will use the feature? For what purpose(s)?
  • What reference material might a customer want/need to complete [action]?
  • Is there source material that can be used as reference for the Technical Writer in writing the content? If yes, please link if available.
  • What is the doc impact (New Content, Updates to existing content, or Release Note)?

Goal: Provide queryable metrics and telemetry for cluster routes and sharding in an OpenShift cluster.

Problem: Today we test OpenShift performance and scale with best-guess or anecdotal evidence for the number of routes that our customers use. Best practices for a large number of routes in a cluster is to shard, however we have no visibility with regard to if and how customers are using sharding.

Why is this important? These metrics will inform our performance and scale testing, documented cluster limits, and how customers are using sharding for best practice deployments.

Dependencies (internal and external):

Prioritized epics + deliverables (in scope / not in scope):

Not in scope:

Estimate (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL):

Previous Work:

Open questions:

Acceptance criteria:

Epic Done Checklist:

  • CI - CI Job & Automated tests: <link to CI Job & automated tests>
  • Release Enablement: <link to Feature Enablement Presentation> 
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR orf GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>
  • Notes for Done Checklist
    • Adding links to the above checklist with multiple teams contributing; select a meaningful reference for this Epic.
    • Checklist added to each Epic in the description, to be filled out as phases are completed - tracking progress towards “Done” for the Epic.

Description:

As described in the Design Doc, the following information is needed to be exported from Cluster Ingress Operator:

  • Number of routes/shard

Design 2 will be implemented as part of this story.

 

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Support for exporting the above mentioned metrics by Cluster Ingress Operator

Description:

As described in the Metrics to be sent via telemetry section of the Design Doc, the following metrics is needed to be sent from OpenShift cluster to Red Hat premises:

  • Minimum Routes per Shard
    • Recording Rule – cluster:route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard:min  : min(route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard)
    • Gives the minimum value of Routes per Shard.
  • Maximum Routes per Shard
    • Recording Rule – cluster:route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard:max  : max(route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard)
    • Gives the maximum value of Routes per Shard.
  • Average Routes per Shard
    • Recording Rule – cluster:route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard:avg  : avg(route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard)
    • Gives the average value of Routes per Shard.
  • Median Routes per Shard
    • Recording Rule – cluster:route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard:median  : quantile(0.5, route_metrics_controller_routes_per_shard)
    • Gives the median value of Routes per Shard.
  • Number of Routes summed by TLS Termination type
    • Recording Rule – cluster:openshift_route_info:tls_termination:sum : sum (openshift_route_info) by (tls_termination)
    • Gives the number of Routes for each tls_termination value. The possible values for tls_termination are edge, passthrough and reencrypt. 

The metrics should be allowlisted on the cluster side.

The steps described in Sending metrics via telemetry are needed to be followed. Specifically step 5.

Depends on CFE-478.

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Support for sending the above mentioned metrics from OpenShift clusters to the Red Hat premises by allowlisting metrics on the cluster side

Epic Goal

  • Make it possible to disable the console operator at install time, while still having a supported+upgradeable cluster.

Why is this important?

  • It's possible to disable console itself using spec.managementState in the console operator config. There is no way to remove the console operator, though. For clusters where an admin wants to completely remove console, we should give the option to disable the console operator as well.

Scenarios

  1. I'm an administrator who wants to minimize my OpenShift cluster footprint and who does not want the console installed on my cluster

Acceptance Criteria

  • It is possible at install time to opt-out of having the console operator installed. Once the cluster comes up, the console operator is not running.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. Composable cluster installation

Previous Work (Optional):

  1. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1srswUYYHIbKT5PAC5ZuVos9T2rBnf7k0F1WV2zKUTrA/edit#heading=h.mduog8qznwz
  2. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1U2zYAyrNGBooGBuyQME8Xn905RvOPbVv3XFw3stddZw/edit#slide=id.g10555cc0639_0_7

Open questions::

  1. The console operator manages the downloads deployment as well. Do we disable the downloads deployment? Long term we want to move to CLI manager: https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/blob/6ae78842d4a87593c63274e02ac7a33cc7f296c3/enhancements/oc/cli-manager.md

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

In the console-operator repo we need to add `capability.openshift.io/console` annotation to all the manifests that the operator either contains creates on the fly.

 

Manifests are currently present in /bindata and /manifest directories.

 

Here is example of the insights-operator change.

Here is the overall enhancement doc.

 

This is a epic bucket for all activities surrounding the creation of declarative approach to release and maintain OLM catalogs.

Epic Goal

  • Allow Operator Authors to easily change the layout of the update graph in a single location so they can version/maintain/release it via git and have more approachable controls about graph vertices than today's replaces, skips and/or skipRange taxonomy
  • Allow Operators authors to have control over channel and bundle channel membership

Why is this important?

  • The imperative catalog maintenance approach so far with opm is being moved to a declarative format (OLM-2127 and OLM-1780) moving away from bundle-level controls but the update graph properties are still attached to a bundle
  • We've received feedback from the RHT internal developer community that maintaining and reasoning about the graph in the context of a single channel is still too hard, even with visualization tools
  • making the update graph easily changeable is important to deliver on some of the promises of declarative index configuration
  • The current interface for declarative index configuration still relies on skips, skipRange and replaces to shape the graph on a per-bundle level - this is too complex at a certain point with a lot of bundles in channels, we need to something at the package level

Scenarios

  1. An Operator author wants to release a new version replacing the latest version published previously
  2. After additional post-GA testing an Operator author wants to establish a new update path to an existing released version from an older, released version
  3. After finding a bug post-GA an Operator author wants to temporarily remove a known to be problematic update path
  4. An automated system wants to push a bundle inbetween an existing update path as a result of an Operator (base) image rebuild (Freshmaker use case)
  5. A user wants to take a declarative graph definition and turn it into a graphical image for visually ensuring the graph looks like they want
  6. An Operator author wants to promote a certain bundle to an additional / different channel to indicate progress in maturity of the operator.

Acceptance Criteria

  • The declarative format has to be user readable and terse enough to make quick modifications
  • The declarative format should be machine writeable (Freshmaker)
  • The update graph is declared and modified in a text based format aligned with the declarative config
  • it has to be possible to add / removes edges at the leave of the graph (releasing/unpublishing a new version)
  • it has to be possible to add/remove new vertices between existing edges (releasing/retracting a new update path)
  • it has to be possible to add/remove new edges in between existing vertices (releasing/unpublishing a version inbetween, freshmaker user case)
  • it has to be possible to change the channel member ship of a bundle after it's published (channel promotion)
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • it has to be possible to add additional metadata later to implement OLM-2087 and OLM-259 if required

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. Declarative Index Config (OLM-2127)

Previous Work:

  1. Declarative Index Config (OLM-1780)

Related work

Open questions:

  1. What other manipulation scenarios are required?
    1. Answer: deprecation of content in the spirit of OLM-2087
    2. Answer: cross-channel update hints as described in OLM-2059 if that implementation requires it

 

When working on this Epic, it's important to keep in mind this other potentially related Epic: https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OLM-2276

 

Jira Description

As an OPM maintainer, I want to downstream the PR for (OCP 4.12 ) and backport it to OCP 4.11 so that IIB will NOT be impacted by the changes when it upgrades the OPM version to use the next/future opm upstream release (v1.25.0).

Summary / Background

IIB(the downstream service that manages the indexes) uses the upstream version and if they bump the OPM version to the next/future (v1.25.0) release with this change before having the downstream images updated then: the process to manage the indexes downstream will face issues and it will impact the distributions. 

Acceptance Criteria

  • The changes in the PR are available for the releases which uses FBC -> OCP 4.11, 4.12

Definition of Ready

  • PRs merged into downstream OCP repos branches 4.11/4.12

Definition of Done

  • We checked that the downstream images are with the changes applied (i.e.: we can try to verify in the same way that we checked if the changes were in the downstream for the fix OLM-2639 )

enhance the veneer rendering to be able to read the input veneer data from stdin, via a pipe, in a manner similar to https://dev.to/napicella/linux-pipes-in-golang-2e8j

then the command could be used in a manner similar to many k8s examples like

```shell
opm alpha render-veneer semver -o yaml < infile > outfile
```

Upstream issue link: https://github.com/operator-framework/operator-registry/issues/1011

Feature Overview
Provide CSI drivers to replace all the intree cloud provider drivers we currently have. These drivers will probably be released as tech preview versions first before being promoted to GA.

Goals

  • Framework for rapid creation of CSI drivers for our cloud providers
  • CSI driver for AWS EBS
  • CSI driver for AWS EFS
  • CSI driver for GCP
  • CSI driver for Azure
  • CSI driver for VMware vSphere
  • CSI Driver for Azure Stack
  • CSI Driver for Alicloud
  • CSI Driver for IBM Cloud

Requirements

Requirement Notes isMvp?
Framework for CSI driver  TBD Yes
Drivers should be available to install both in disconnected and connected mode   Yes
Drivers should upgrade from release to release without any impact   Yes
Drivers should be installable via CVO (when in-tree plugin exists)    

Out of Scope

This work will only cover the drivers themselves, it will not include

  • enhancements to the CSI API framework
  • the migration to said drivers from the the intree drivers
  • work for non-cloud provider storage drivers (FC-SAN, iSCSI) being converted to CSI drivers

Background, and strategic fit
In a future Kubernetes release (currently 1.21) intree cloud provider drivers will be deprecated and replaced with CSI equivalents, we need the drivers created so that we continue to support the ecosystems in an appropriate way.

Assumptions

  • Storage SIG won't move out the changeover to a later Kubernetes release

Customer Considerations
Customers will need to be able to use the storage they want.

Documentation Considerations

  • Target audience: cluster admins
  • Updated content: update storage docs to show how to use these drivers (also better expose the capabilities)

This Epic is to track the GA of this feature

Goal

  • Make available the Google Cloud File Service via a CSI driver, it is desirable that this implementation has dynamic provisioning
  • Without GCP filestore support, we are limited to block / RWO only (GCP PD 4.8 GA)
  • Align with what we support on other major public cloud providers.

Why is this important?

  • There is a know storage gap with google cloud where only block is supported
  • More customers deploying on GCE and asking for file / RWX storage.

Scenarios

  1. Install the CSI driver
  2. Remove the CSI Driver
  3. Dynamically provision a CSI Google File PV*
  4. Utilise a Google File PV
  5. Assess optional features such as resize & snapshot

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Customers::

  • Telefonica Spain
  • Deutsche Bank

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

As an OCP user, I want images for GCP Filestore CSI Driver and Operator, so that I can install them on my cluster and utilize GCP Filestore shares.

We need to continue to maintain specific areas within storage, this is to capture that effort and track it across releases.

Goals

  • To allow OCP users and cluster admins to detect problems early and with as little interaction with Red Hat as possible.
  • When Red Hat is involved, make sure we have all the information we need from the customer, i.e. in metrics / telemetry / must-gather.
  • Reduce storage test flakiness so we can spot real bugs in our CI.

Requirements

Requirement Notes isMvp?
Telemetry   No
Certification   No
API metrics   No
     

Out of Scope

n/a

Background, and strategic fit
With the expected scale of our customer base, we want to keep load of customer tickets / BZs low

Assumptions

Customer Considerations

Documentation Considerations

  • Target audience: internal
  • Updated content: none at this time.

Notes

In progress:

  • CI flakes:
    • Configurable timeouts for e2e tests
      • Azure is slow and times out often
      • Cinder times out formatting volumes
      • AWS resize test times out

 

High prio:

  • Env. check tool for VMware - users often mis-configure permissions there and blame OpenShift. If we had a tool they could run, it might report better errors.
    • Should it be part of the installer?
    • Spike exists
  • Add / use cloud API call metrics
    • Helps customers to understand why things are slow
    • Helps build cop to understand a flake
      • With a post-install step that filters data from Prometheus that’s still running in the CI job.
    • Ideas:
      • Cloud is throttling X% of API calls longer than Y seconds
      • Attach / detach / provisioning / deletion / mount / unmount / resize takes longer than X seconds?
    • Capture metrics of operations that are stuck and won’t finish.
      • Sweep operation map from executioner???
      • Report operation metric into the highest bucket after the bucket threshold (i.e. if 10minutes is the last bucket, report an operation into this bucket after 10 minutes and don’t wait for its completion)?
      • Ask the monitoring team?
    • Include in CSI drivers too.
      • With alerts too

Unsorted

  • As the number of storage operators grows, it would be grafana board for storage operators
    • CSI driver metrics (from CSI sidecars + the driver itself  + its operator?)
    • CSI migration?
  • Get aggregated logs in cluster
    • They're rotated too soon
    • No logs from dead / restarted pods
    • No tools to combine logs from multiple pods (e.g. 3 controller managers)
  • What storage issues customers have? it was 22% of all issues.
    • Insufficient docs?
    • Probably garbage
  • Document basic storage troubleshooting for our supports
    • What logs are useful when, what log level to use
    • This has been discussed during the GSS weekly team meeting; however, it would be beneficial to have this documented.
  • Common vSphere errors, their debugging and fixing. 
  • Document sig-storage flake handling - not all failed [sig-storage] tests are ours
The details of this Jira Card are restricted (Red Hat Employee and Contractors only)

The End of General support for vSphere 6.7 will be on October 15, 2022. So, vSphere 6.7 will be deprecated for 4.11.

We want to encourage vSphere customers to upgrade to vSphere 7 in OCP 4.11 since VMware is EOLing (general support) for vSphere 6.7 in Oct 2022.

We want the cluster Upgradeable=false + have a strong alert pointing to our docs / requirements.

related slack: https://coreos.slack.com/archives/CH06KMDRV/p1647541493096729

Epic Goal

  • Update all images that we ship with OpenShift to the latest upstream releases and libraries.
  • Exact content of what needs to be updated will be determined as new images are released upstream, which is not known at the beginning of OCP development work. We don't know what new features will be included and should be tested and documented. Especially new CSI drivers releases may bring new, currently unknown features. We expect that the amount of work will be roughly the same as in the previous releases. Of course, QE or docs can reject an update if it's too close to deadline and/or looks too big.

Traditionally we did these updates as bugfixes, because we did them after the feature freeze (FF). Trying no-feature-freeze in 4.12. We will try to do as much as we can before FF, but we're quite sure something will slip past FF as usual.

Why is this important?

  • We want to ship the latest software that contains new features and bugfixes.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

There is a new driver release 5.0.0 since the last rebase that includes snapshot support:

https://github.com/kubernetes-sigs/ibm-vpc-block-csi-driver/releases/tag/v5.0.0

Rebase the driver on v5.0.0 and update the deployments in ibm-vpc-block-csi-driver-operator.
There are no corresponding changes in ibm-vpc-node-label-updater since the last rebase.

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Update all OCP and kubernetes libraries in storage operators to the appropriate version for OCP release.

This includes (but is not limited to):

  • Kubernetes:
    • client-go
    • controller-runtime
  • OCP:
    • library-go
    • openshift/api
    • openshift/client-go
    • operator-sdk

Operators:

  • aws-ebs-csi-driver-operator 
  • aws-efs-csi-driver-operator
  • azure-disk-csi-driver-operator
  • azure-file-csi-driver-operator
  • openstack-cinder-csi-driver-operator
  • gcp-pd-csi-driver-operator
  • gcp-filestore-csi-driver-operator
  • manila-csi-driver-operator
  • ovirt-csi-driver-operator
  • vmware-vsphere-csi-driver-operator
  • alibaba-disk-csi-driver-operator
  • ibm-vpc-block-csi-driver-operator
  • csi-driver-shared-resource-operator

 

  • cluster-storage-operator
  • csi-snapshot-controller-operator
  • local-storage-operator
  • vsphere-problem-detector

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

This includes ibm-vpc-node-label-updater!

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Update the driver to the latest upstream release. Notify QE and docs with any new features and important bugfixes that need testing or documentation.

(Using separate cards for each driver because these updates can be more complicated)

Epic Goal

  • Enable the migration from a storage intree driver to a CSI based driver with minimal impact to the end user, applications and cluster
  • These migrations would include, but are not limited to:
    • CSI driver for AWS EBS
    • CSI driver for GCP
    • CSI driver for Azure (file and disk)
    • CSI driver for VMware vSphere

Why is this important?

  • OpenShift needs to maintain it's ability to enable PVCs and PVs of the main storage types
  • CSI Migration is getting close to GA, we need to have the feature fully tested and enabled in OpenShift
  • Upstream intree drivers are being deprecated to make way for the CSI drivers prior to intree driver removal

Scenarios

  1. User initiated move to from intree to CSI driver
  2. Upgrade initiated move from intree to CSI driver
  3. Upgrade from EUS to EUS

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

This Epic tracks the GA of this feature

Epic Goal

Why is this important?

  • OpenShift needs to maintain it's ability to enable PVCs and PVs of the main storage types
  • CSI Migration is getting close to GA, we need to have the feature fully tested and enabled in OpenShift
  • Upstream intree drivers are being deprecated to make way for the CSI drivers prior to intree driver removal

Scenarios

  1. User initiated move to from intree to CSI driver
  2. Upgrade initiated move from intree to CSI driver
  3. Upgrade from EUS to EUS

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

On new installations, we should make the StorageClass created by the CSI operator the default one. 

However, we shouldn't do that on an upgrade scenario. The main reason is that users might have set  a different quota on the CSI driver Storage Class.

Exit criteria:

  • New clusters get the CSI Storage Class as the default one.
  • Existing clusters don't get their default Storage Classes changed.
The details of this Jira Card are restricted (Red Hat Employee and Contractors only)

On new installations, we should make the StorageClass created by the CSI operator the default one. 

However, we shouldn't do that on an upgrade scenario. The main reason is that users might have set  a different quota on the CSI driver Storage Class.

Exit criteria:

  • New clusters get the CSI Storage Class as the default one.
  • Existing clusters don't get their default Storage Classes changed.

tldr: three basic claims, the rest is explanation and one example

  1. We cannot improve long term maintainability solely by fixing bugs.
  2. Teams should be asked to produce designs for improving maintainability/debugability.
  3. Specific maintenance items (or investigation of maintenance items), should be placed into planning as peer to PM requests and explicitly prioritized against them.

While bugs are an important metric, fixing bugs is different than investing in maintainability and debugability. Investing in fixing bugs will help alleviate immediate problems, but doesn't improve the ability to address future problems. You (may) get a code base with fewer bugs, but when you add a new feature, it will still be hard to debug problems and interactions. This pushes a code base towards stagnation where it gets harder and harder to add features.

One alternative is to ask teams to produce ideas for how they would improve future maintainability and debugability instead of focusing on immediate bugs. This would produce designs that make problem determination, bug resolution, and future feature additions faster over time.

I have a concrete example of one such outcome of focusing on bugs vs quality. We have resolved many bugs about communication failures with ingress by finding problems with point-to-point network communication. We have fixed the individual bugs, but have not improved the code for future debugging. In so doing, we chase many hard to diagnose problem across the stack. The alternative is to create a point-to-point network connectivity capability. this would immediately improve bug resolution and stability (detection) for kuryr, ovs, legacy sdn, network-edge, kube-apiserver, openshift-apiserver, authentication, and console. Bug fixing does not produce the same impact.

We need more investment in our future selves. Saying, "teams should reserve this" doesn't seem to be universally effective. Perhaps an approach that directly asks for designs and impacts and then follows up by placing the items directly in planning and prioritizing against PM feature requests would give teams the confidence to invest in these areas and give broad exposure to systemic problems.


Relevant links:

OCP/Telco Definition of Done

Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

Epic Goal

Why is this important?

  • This regression is a major performance and stability issue and it has happened once before.

Drawbacks

  • The E2E test may be complex due to trying to determine what DNS pods are responding to DNS requests. This is straightforward using the chaos plugin.

Scenarios

  • CI Testing

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. SDN Team

Previous Work (Optional):

  1. N/A

Open questions::

  1. Where do these E2E test go? SDN Repo? DNS Repo?

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub
    Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub
    Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Epic Goal

  • Change the default value for the spec.tuningOptions.maxConnections field in the IngressController API, which configures the HAProxy maxconn setting, to 50000 (fifty thousand).

Why is this important?

  • The maxconn setting constrains the number of simultaneous connections that HAProxy accepts. Beyond this limit, the kernel queues incoming connections. 
  • Increasing maxconn enables HAProxy to queue incoming connections intelligently.  In particular, this enables HAProxy to respond to health probes promptly while queueing other connections as needed.
  • The default setting of 20000 has been in place since OpenShift 3.5 was released in April 2017 (see BZ#1405440, commit, RHBA-2017:0884). 
  • Hardware capabilities have increased over time, and the current default is too low for typical modern machine sizes. 
  • Increasing the default setting improves HAProxy's performance at an acceptable cost in the common case. 

Scenarios

  1. As a cluster administrator who is installing OpenShift on typical hardware, I want OpenShift router to be tuned appropriately to take advantage of my hardware's capabilities.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI is passing. 
  • The new default setting is clearly documented. 
  • A release note informs cluster administrators of the change to the default setting. 

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. None.

Previous Work (Optional):

  1. The  haproxy-max-connections-tuning enhancement made maxconn configurable without changing the default.  The enhancement document details the tradeoffs in terms of memory for various settings of nbthreads and maxconn with various numbers of routes. 

Open questions::

  1. ...

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

 

Feature Overview

  • This Section:* High-Level description of the feature ie: Executive Summary
  • Note: A Feature is a capability or a well defined set of functionality that delivers business value. Features can include additions or changes to existing functionality. Features can easily span multiple teams, and multiple releases.

 

Goals

  • This Section:* Provide high-level goal statement, providing user context and expected user outcome(s) for this feature

 

Requirements

  • This Section:* A list of specific needs or objectives that a Feature must deliver to satisfy the Feature.. Some requirements will be flagged as MVP. If an MVP gets shifted, the feature shifts. If a non MVP requirement slips, it does not shift the feature.

 

Requirement Notes isMvp?
CI - MUST be running successfully with test automation This is a requirement for ALL features. YES
Release Technical Enablement Provide necessary release enablement details and documents. YES

 

(Optional) Use Cases

This Section: 

  • Main success scenarios - high-level user stories
  • Alternate flow/scenarios - high-level user stories
  • ...

 

Questions to answer…

  • ...

 

Out of Scope

 

Background, and strategic fit

This Section: What does the person writing code, testing, documenting need to know? What context can be provided to frame this feature.

 

Assumptions

  • ...

 

Customer Considerations

  • ...

 

Documentation Considerations

Questions to be addressed:

  • What educational or reference material (docs) is required to support this product feature? For users/admins? Other functions (security officers, etc)?
  • Does this feature have doc impact?  
  • New Content, Updates to existing content,  Release Note, or No Doc Impact
  • If unsure and no Technical Writer is available, please contact Content Strategy.
  • What concepts do customers need to understand to be successful in [action]?
  • How do we expect customers will use the feature? For what purpose(s)?
  • What reference material might a customer want/need to complete [action]?
  • Is there source material that can be used as reference for the Technical Writer in writing the content? If yes, please link if available.
  • What is the doc impact (New Content, Updates to existing content, or Release Note)?
The details of this Jira Card are restricted (Red Hat Employee and Contractors only)

When OCP is performing cluster upgrade user should be notified about this fact.

There are two possibilities how to surface the cluster upgrade to the users:

  • Display a console notification throughout OCP web UI saying that the cluster is currently under upgrade.
  • Global notification throughout OCP web UI saying that the cluster is currently under upgrade.
  • Have an alert firing for all the users of OCP stating the cluster is undergoing an upgrade. 

 

AC:

  • Console-operator will create a ConsoleNotification CR when the cluster is being upgraded. Once the upgrade is done console-operator will remote that CR. These are the three statuses based on which we are determining if the cluster is being upgraded.
  • Add unit tests

 

Note: We need to decide if we want to distinguish this particular notification by a different color? ccing Ali Mobrem 

 

Created from: https://issues.redhat.com/browse/RFE-3024

As a console user I want to have option to:

  • Restart Deployment
  • Retry latest DeploymentConfig if it failed

 

For Deployments we will add the 'Restart rollout' action button. This action will PATCH the Deployment object's 'spec.template.metadata.annotations' block, by adding 'openshift.io/restartedAt: <actual-timestamp>' annotation. This will restart the deployment, by creating a new ReplicaSet.

  • action is disabled if:
    • Deployment is paused

 

For DeploymentConfig we will add 'Retry rollout' action button.  This action will PATCH the latest revision of ReplicationController object's 'metadata.annotations' block by setting 'openshift.io/deployment/phase: "New"' and removing openshift.io/deployment.cancelled and openshift.io/deployment.status-reason.

  • action is enabled if:
    • latest revision of the ReplicationController resource is in Failed phase
  • action is disabled if:
    • latest revision of the ReplicationController resource is in Complete phase
    • DeploymentConfig does not have any rollouts
    • DeploymentConfigs is paused

 

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Add the 'Restart rollout' action button for the Deployment resource to both action menu and kebab menu
  • Add the 'Retry rollout' action button for the DeploymentConfig resource to both action menu and kebab menu

 

BACKGROUND:

OpenShift console will be updated to allow rollout restart deployment from the console itself.

Currently, from the OpenShift console, for the resource “deploymentconfigs” we can only start and pause the rollout, and for the resource “deployment” we can only resume the rollout. None of the resources (deployment & deployment config) has this option to restart the rollout. So, that is the reason why the customer wants this functionality to perform the same action from the CLI as well as the OpenShift console.

The customer wants developers who are not fluent with the oc tool and terminal utilities, can use the console instead of the terminal to restart deployment, just like we use to do it through CLI using the command “oc rollout restart deploy/<deployment-name>“.
Usually when developers change the config map that deployment uses they have to restart pods. Currently, the developers have to use the oc rollout restart deployment command. The customer wants the functionality to get this button/menu to perform the same action from the console as well.

Design
Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i-jGtQGaA0OI4CYh8DH5BBIVbocIu_dxNt3vwWmPZdw/edit

As a developer, I want to make status.HostIP for Pods visible in the Pod details page of the OCP Web Console. Currently there is no way to view the node IP for a Pod in the OpenShift Web Console.  When viewing a Pod in the console, the field status.HostIP is not visible.

 

Acceptance criteria:

  • Make pod's HostIP field visible in the pod details page, similarly to PodIP field

Feature Overview

  • As an infrastructure owner, I want a repeatable method to quickly deploy the initial OpenShift cluster.
  • As an infrastructure owner, I want to install the first (management, hub, “cluster 0”) cluster to manage other (standalone, hub, spoke, hub of hubs) clusters.

Goals

  • Enable customers and partners to successfully deploy a single “first” cluster in disconnected, on-premises settings

Requirements

4.11 MVP Requirements

  • Customers and partners needs to be able to download the installer
  • Enable customers and partners to deploy a single “first” cluster (cluster 0) using single node, compact, or highly available topologies in disconnected, on-premises settings
  • Installer must support advanced network settings such as static IP assignments, VLANs and NIC bonding for on-premises metal use cases, as well as DHCP and PXE provisioning environments.
  • Installer needs to support automation, including integration with third-party deployment tools, as well as user-driven deployments.
  • In the MVP automation has higher priority than interactive, user-driven deployments.
  • For bare metal deployments, we cannot assume that users will provide us the credentials to manage hosts via their BMCs.
  • Installer should prioritize support for platforms None, baremetal, and VMware.
  • The installer will focus on a single version of OpenShift, and a different build artifact will be produced for each different version.
  • The installer must not depend on a connected registry; however, the installer can optionally use a previously mirrored registry within the disconnected environment.

Use Cases

  • As a Telco partner engineer (Site Engineer, Specialist, Field Engineer), I want to deploy an OpenShift cluster in production with limited or no additional hardware and don’t intend to deploy more OpenShift clusters [Isolated edge experience].
  • As a Enterprise infrastructure owner, I want to manage the lifecycle of multiple clusters in 1 or more sites by first installing the first  (management, hub, “cluster 0”) cluster to manage other (standalone, hub, spoke, hub of hubs) clusters [Cluster before your cluster].
  • As a Partner, I want to package OpenShift for large scale and/or distributed topology with my own software and/or hardware solution.
  • As a large enterprise customer or Service Provider, I want to install a “HyperShift Tugboat” OpenShift cluster in order to offer a hosted OpenShift control plane at scale to my consumers (DevOps Engineers, tenants) that allows for fleet-level provisioning for low CAPEX and OPEX, much like AKS or GKE [Hypershift].
  • As a new, novice to intermediate user (Enterprise Admin/Consumer, Telco Partner integrator, RH Solution Architect), I want to quickly deploy a small OpenShift cluster for Poc/Demo/Research purposes.

Questions to answer…

  •  

Out of Scope

Out of scope use cases (that are part of the Kubeframe/factory project):

  • As a Partner (OEMs, ISVs), I want to install and pre-configure OpenShift with my hardware/software in my disconnected factory, while allowing further (minimal) reconfiguration of a subset of capabilities later at a different site by different set of users (end customer) [Embedded OpenShift].
  • As an Infrastructure Admin at an Enterprise customer with multiple remote sites, I want to pre-provision OpenShift centrally prior to shipping and activating the clusters in remote sites.

Background, and strategic fit

  • This Section: What does the person writing code, testing, documenting need to know? What context can be provided to frame this feature.

Assumptions

  1. The user has only access to the target nodes that will form the cluster and will boot them with the image presented locally via a USB stick. This scenario is common in sites with restricted access such as government infra where only users with security clearance can interact with the installation, where software is allowed to enter in the premises (in a USB, DVD, SD card, etc.) but never allowed to come back out. Users can't enter supporting devices such as laptops or phones.
  2. The user has access to the target nodes remotely to their BMCs (e.g. iDrac, iLo) and can map an image as virtual media from their computer. This scenario is common in data centers where the customer provides network access to the BMCs of the target nodes.
  3. We cannot assume that we will have access to a computer to run an installer or installer helper software.

Customer Considerations

  • ...

Documentation Considerations

Questions to be addressed:

  • What educational or reference material (docs) is required to support this product feature? For users/admins? Other functions (security officers, etc)?
  • Does this feature have doc impact?
  • New Content, Updates to existing content, Release Note, or No Doc Impact
  • If unsure and no Technical Writer is available, please contact Content Strategy.
  • What concepts do customers need to understand to be successful in [action]?
  • How do we expect customers will use the feature? For what purpose(s)?
  • What reference material might a customer want/need to complete [action]?
  • Is there source material that can be used as reference for the Technical Writer in writing the content? If yes, please link if available.
  • What is the doc impact (New Content, Updates to existing content, or Release Note)?

 

References

 

 

Epic Goal

  • Be able to run agent based installation without needing an external node (in disconnected environments, an external image registry must be provided)
  • Be able to deploy the following configuration:
    • SNO
    • Compact cluster (3 masters)
    • Highly available cluster (3 masters and at least 2 worker nodes)

Why is this important?

  • Customers require a way to deploy that does not need external machines after the Installation image is generated
  • Co-location of assisted-service, bootstrap and agent is necessary to be able to deploy SNO and compact clusters

Scenarios

  1. SNO
    1. ISO is booted on the node and after the reboots necessary for the installation, it must become a single node OpenShift
  2. Compact Cluster (3 masters)
    1. ISO is booted on the 3 nodes. node A is chosen to be Bootstrap and assisted service
    2. Node B and C form the target cluster
    3. Node A reboots to join the target cluster
  3. Highly available cluster (3 masters and 2+ workers) - Can run as the compact case

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ISO generation that contains all the components

Previous Work (Optional):

  1. Bootstrap in place for SNO in cloud.redhat.com Assisted Installer

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Currently assisted service chooses one of the nodes that reach out to it to be the bootstrap node. We need to understand the choice mechanism and to make it reliably choose the node that we want node0 to be.

 

The bootstrap node already waits for the other nodes before rebooting, we need to make sure that this wait is sufficient for assisted-service as well. Prevent the assisted-service from rebooting the node it is running on until the following conditions are true:

  1. Installation is complete on all other hosts
  2. The cluster control plane is up and accessible

We can try with having it reboot into bootstrap while making sure that assisted-service runs after reboot but ideally we'd want to have the node start bootstrapping without needing the reboot (As per customer/PM demands to minimize reboots).

In the context of METAL-10 there was a proposal to add a file that the agent would check for, such that the presence of this file would inhibit a reboot. We could possibly use the same mechanism here to avoid the need for large-scale changes to how assisted-service itself works (assisted-service would still need to delete the file at the appropriate time, but that is a less-invasive change). However, there are timeouts that have to be considered, so changes to the state machine may be required.

Note that we do want to continue to install to disk on the assisted-service host in parallel with the others, since this is on the critical path slowing down all deployments. Only the reboot should be delayed.

Single-node deployments are an exception to this.

Epic Goal

  • As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I need a way to create my first on-premises cluster.
  • As an OpenShift infrastructure owner using a platform that is not formally supported by Red Hat, I need the ability to install OpenShift that is easier than the fully manual UPI process.

Why is this important?

  • Installing OpenShift has to be as simple as possible with as few requirements as reasonably possible. A bootable, ephemeral image based on the assisted-installer technology developed by the ecosystem team is one way to permit installing OpenShift clusters requiring access only to the hardware dedicated to the new cluster (as opposed to requiring a dedicated provisioning node or even an external service).

Scenarios

  1. The user has only access to the target nodes that will form the cluster and will boot them with the image presented locally via a USB stick. This scenario is common in sites with restricted access such as government infra where only users with security clearance can interact with the installation, where software is allowed to enter in the premises (in a USB, DVD, SD card, etc.) but never allowed to come back out. Users can't enter supporting devices such as laptops or phones.
  2. The user has access to the target nodes remotely to their BMCs (e.g. iDrac, iLo) and can map an image as virtual media from their computer. This scenario is common in data centers where the customer provides network access to the BMCs of the target nodes.
  3. We cannot assume that we will have access to a computer to run an installer or installer helper software.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

  • Take the functionality of the fleeting prototype and integrate it into the openshift/installer repo as described in https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/pull/1067

Open questions:

  1. An image generator has been identified as a possible requirement for this flow. If required, should it be part of the installer image and not an artifact on its own? 
  2. What’s the envisioned workflow during the installation when dedicated node images need to be created?
  3. How should we distribute this new installer solution?
  4. ARM Considerations - TBD

Done Checklist

CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.

Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>

DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>

DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>

DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>

QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>

QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>

DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

 

References

As a first step for the assets integration. the create image command will need to fetch the required ztp manifest files from the cluster-manifests folder.

This will allow to:
1) Get the manifest file from the right location
2) seamlessly integrate the create image command with the create cluster-manifests one as the tasks related to assets generation are still in progress

3) Keep the create image command fully working until the assets generation will completed (users will still be able to create/edit manually the assets in the cluster-manifests folder)

User Story:

As a (user persona), I want to be able to:

  • Capability 1
  • Capability 2
  • Capability 3

so that I can achieve

  • Outcome 1
  • Outcome 2
  • Outcome 3

Acceptance Criteria:

Description of criteria:

  • Upstream documentation
  • Point 1
  • Point 2
  • Point 3

(optional) Out of Scope:

Detail about what is specifically not being delivered in the story

Engineering Details:

This requires/does not require a design proposal.
This requires/does not require a feature gate.

Create installer Assets corresponding to each ZTP manifest, and move the code for reading them from disk into the respective assets.

From the initial install-config.yaml + agent-config.yaml, generate all the ZTP manifests file required by the create image command.

 

Dependency: install-config

 

*Note*: we could evaluate to further split this task into distinct manifests assets

Currently it's possible to specify the release version to be installed via the ClusterImageSet manifests.

Since we're working from within the openshift installer, the accepted version should be the one hard-coded in the installer binary (or overriden by the env var)

Add a subcommand to create the ephemeral ISO.

Create Agent ISO and Agent Ignition assets in the installer, and use them to generate a customized ISO.

This story is just for implementing the mechanics, filling in the ignition will be left to another story.

Using code from the installer (not code from fleeting), populate the Ignition asset with the data built in to the installer binary.

Currently we use a separate embed.FS (inherited from fleeting) to load the data files to go into the ignition. We should get rid of this and use the same method as the rest of the installer. We should also use the installer's code to e.g. do templating and convert to ignition format and throw away the fleeting code.

Using git-filter-repo, rewrite the commits in fleeting to place files in their correct locations in the installer. The resulting commits can then be merged into the agent branch of the installer with a pull request.

Data files should be moved to e.g. data/data/agent, appending the suffix .template to any that are templated.

Code files that are needed by the installer should be moved to appropriate directories that have the agent team in the OWNERS.

Keep the git-filter-repo script so that development can continue in parallel on fleeting until we are ready to switch CI over to the installer implementation.

Epic Goal

As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I want to deploy a cluster zero with RHACM or MCE and have the required components installed when the installation is completed

Why is this important?

BILLI makes it easier to deploy a cluster zero. BILLI users know at installation time what the purpose of their cluster is when they plan the installation. Day-2 steps are necessary to install operators and users, especially when automating installations, want to finish the installation flow when their required components are installed.

Acceptance Criteria

  • A user can provide MCE manifests and have it installed without additional manual steps after the installation is completed
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

User Story:

As a customer, I want to be able to:

  • Install MCE with the agent-installer

so that I can achieve

  • create an MCE hub with my openshift install

Acceptance Criteria:

Description of criteria:

  • Upstream documentation including examples of the extra manifests needed
  • Unit tests that include MCE extra manifests
  • Ability to install MCE using agent-installer is tested
  • Point 3

(optional) Out of Scope:

We are only allowing the user to provide extra manifests to install MCE at this time. We are not adding an option to "install mce" on the command line (or UI)

Engineering Details:

This requires/does not require a design proposal.
This requires/does not require a feature gate.

User Story:

As a customer, I want to be able to:

  • Install MCE with the agent-installer

so that I can achieve

  • create an MCE hub with my openshift install

Acceptance Criteria:

Description of criteria:

  • Upstream documentation including examples of the extra manifests needed
  • Unit tests that include MCE extra manifests
  • Ability to install MCE using agent-installer is tested
  • Point 3

(optional) Out of Scope:

We are only allowing the user to provide extra manifests to install MCE at this time. We are not adding an option to "install mce" on the command line (or UI)

Engineering Details:

This requires/does not require a design proposal.
This requires/does not require a feature gate.

Set the ClusterDeployment CRD to deploy OpenShift in FIPS mode and make sure that after deployment the cluster is set in that mode

In order to install FIPS compliant clusters, we need to make sure that installconfig + agentoconfig based deployments take into account the FIPS config in installconfig.

This task is about passing the config to agentclusterinstall so it makes it into the iso. Once there, AGENT-374 will give it to assisted service

OCP/Telco Definition of Done
Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

Support user input consisting of just InstallConfig and AgentConfig

Epic Goal

  • Allow users to generate an ephemeral agent based installation ISO from just installConfig and AgentConfig

Why is this important?

  • While Zero Touch Provisioning Input is very amenable to automation, it is a more complex input for the user manually setting up a cluster.
  • InstallConfig is the canonical start point for OpenShift Installer installation
  • Some settings in ZTP are only available in BMH. InstallConfig and AgentConfig will allow customers that do not (or can't) use BMH/BMO to set the same things in their clusters

Scenarios

  1. User writes InstallConfig with the general cluster config, AgentConfig with host specific config, then runs openshift-install agent create cluster-manifests, then openshift-install agent create image. After that, boots the target systems with the ISO and gets a successful first OCP cluster

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

  1. Does openshift-install create cluster-manifests need to run explicitly?

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Modify the agent-config to accept NMState config for each host.

This could be directly inline, or referenced from a file (either explicitly or by implicitly inferring the filename). This is TBD. We decided to go with `AgentConfig embeds install time node-specific configuration` option https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vCy0LikVPhbGIHF494NHTYsfu85fOiOicR3oB1vlEWI/edit#

Using the NMState data provided, generate the equivalent NMStateConfig manifests in cluster-manifests.

If we make the ZTP manifest assets depend on the install-config asset, the install config will effectively be required (and the installer will launch into the interactive CLI questionnaire if it is not present).

We want to use the install-config if it is present, and just use the ZTP manifests if those are present instead. (Note: this appears to conflict with what AGENT-135 says, so one of these stories might be wrong.)

The installer team has more details and can probably suggest a design.

If node0 ip is specified in agentConfig, it takes precedence over the selection from NMStateConfigs, otherwise, we keep the same heuristic as we have now to choose.

Given an install-config, convert it to the ZTP manifests that are used to directly populate the Ignition.

This document contains a list of fields and how they match up: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S4OluK1c-CIma9hmEylPay9ugcqKrD64S7DgiYpufqE/edit

Epic Goal

As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I need to add host-specific configurations at install time, so that they are applied when the cluster installation is completed.

Why is this important?

Specially, but not restricted to on-prem deployments, hosts need specific configurations (beyond the individual host network configuration). Customers automating installs want to avoid day-2 configurations and node reboots, so applying configurations during the installation is a requirement for them. Examples of this are multipath and SCTP on bare metal nodes, where it's not always straightforward to do it on day-2 and reboots are required.

Acceptance Criteria

  • An interface exists to pass host-specific configurations and it's documented
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

There is no harm in supplying the “rd.multipath=default” argument on any host. The effect of this argument is to generate a default /etc/multipath.conf file and to enable the multipathd service. The assisted-service now adds these to its discovery ISOs, and we will do the same with the agent ISO.

  • Have service that waits for hosts to show up and use the REST API to set the Installation disk from the ID in the inventory that is available in the REST API. (we can reuse the logic in assisted service that matches root device hints to inventory)
  • Needs to run before the service that triggers installation

Necessary for SCTP

Manifests are placed in <install-config-dir>/openshift and copied to the ISO. (Previously we assumed this would be <install-config-dir>/manifests, but Andrea suggested that openshift would be more consistent.)

A client in the ISO submits the manifests through assisted-service API.

REST

Get the ZTP extra manifests into the image and use the REST API below:

    /v2/clusters/{cluster_id}/manifests

Ability to perform disconnected first cluster installation in the automated flow

Epic Goal

  • Generate an ISO that uses a disconnected mirror and can be fully deployed without access to quay

Why is this important?

  • A lot of secure environments do not allow connectivity to Red Hat / Quay registries. In order to enable customers with such environments to deploy their first cluster, we need to allow them to install from a mirror

Scenarios

  1. User sets up a mirror containing the release and any operator they wish to deploy after installation. User sets up the input to use the mirror registry, then generates the iso with openshift-install agent create image. Finally, the user boots the systems with the generated ISO and gets a succesful OCP cluster installation that does not connect to internet resources.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

When installing in a disconnected environment and the registries.conf and ca-bundle files have been loaded these files should be provided to assisted-service as a mount of the mirror/ dir. Assisted-service will updates its ignition config from these mounted files.

We won't be shipping with the assisted-ui container. At this point it is blocking the disconnected work since we don't have an Openshift container for it in the payload, so its time to remove it.

Podman creates a pause container on the hosts for the service pod as follows:

$ sudo podman ps

87a02f9ace39  registry.access.redhat.com/ubi8/pause:latest                                                                                                  58 minutes ago  Up 58 minutes ago  0.0.0.0:8080->8080/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8090->8090/tcp, 0.0.0.0:8888->8888/tcp  27f9183bfbd9-infra

 

We should check if this image needs to be mirrored, and figure out if we need to change dev-scripts or add an entry to registries.conf.

In order to configure the registry for disconnected installs, the following assets should be created:

RegistriesConfig (read from mirror/registries.conf)

CABundleCertificates (read from mirror/ca-bundle.crt)

The Core OS ISO can be extracted from the release payload using a command like:

oc image extract --file=/coreos/coreos-x86_64.iso quay.io/openshift-release-dev/ocp-v4.0-art-dev@sha256:1dc3c2a644f62049ea4a03fddb9305bc2b929405bf979b7f5e720cfadf327b54

Where the SHA points to the machine-os-images container in the release payload (which can be obtained using oc adm release info --image-for=machine-os-images. (Both of these commands require the pull secret for the cluster to be available in your podman config.)

We'll need to use equivalent code (hopefully imported from oc or the same library it uses) to fetch the base ISO using the supplied pull secret in the ZTP manifests and store it as an Asset.

Epic Goal

As a OpenShift infrastructure owner, I want to deploy OpenShift clusters with dual-stack IPv4/IPv6

As a OpenShift infrastructure owner, I want to deploy OpenShift clusters with single-stack IPv6

Why is this important?

IPv6 and dual-stack clusters are requested often by customers, especially from Telco customers. Working with dual-stack clusters is a requirement for many but also a transition into a single-stack IPv6 clusters, which for some of our users is the final destination.

Acceptance Criteria

  • Agent-based installer can deploy IPv6 clusters
  • Agent-based installer can deploy dual-stack clusters
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Previous Work

Karim's work proving how agent-based can deploy IPv6: IPv6 deploy with agent based installer]

Done Checklist * CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.

  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>|

For dual-stack installations the agent-cluster-install.yaml must have both an IPv4 and IPv6 subnet in the networkking.MachineNetwork or assisted-service will throw an error. This field is in InstallConfig but it must be added to agent-cluster-install in its Generate().

For IPv4 and IPv6 installs, setting up the MachineNetwork is not needed but it also does not cause problems if its set, so it should be fine to set it all times.

Epic Goal

  • As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I want to specify static networking inputs to the installer, where hosts can receive their network settings dynamically, in disconnected, on-premises settings.

 

Why is this important?

  • Customers want to specify static network configurations, such as Static IPs, VLANs, and NICs bonding when deploying OpenShift in disconnected, on-premises settings (and DHCP servers are not available for security reasons).
  • Partners need a way to feed in their static network configurations, such as Static IPs, VLANs, and NICs bonding for automated OpenShift deployments in disconnected, on-premises settings (and DHCP servers are not available for security reasons).

Acceptance Criteria

  • Bonds/LACP/Nic Teaming, VLANs and Static IP must work
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Previous Work (Optional)

  1. https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/blob/master/enhancements/network/baremetal-ipi-network-configuration.md
  2. https://github.com/openshift/assisted-service

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

 

References

In the MVP, the user must provide at least one static ip configuration for node0. If more are provided, one will be chosen.

Acceptance criteria

Node0 choice is consistent across every installation in the same environment with the same inputs.

User Story:

As an admin, I want to be able to:

  • Provide 1 or more NMState configurations for the nodes

so that I can achieve

  • All the nodes having persistent network interface configuration match the provided NMState Config

 

The agent based installation for Zero Touch provisioning has a Custom Resource Defined to configure the static networking of the nodes that will be provisioned. E.g:

 

 

apiVersion: agent-install.openshift.io/v1beta1
kind: NMStateConfig
metadata:
  name: mgmt-spoke1
  namespace: mgmt-spoke1
  labels:
    cluster-name: mgmt-spoke1
spec:
  config:
    interfaces:
      - name: bond0
        type: bond
        link-aggregation:
          mode: active-backup
          options:
            miimon: "140"
          slaves:
            - eth0
            - eth1
        state: up
        ipv4:
          enabled: true
          address:
            - ip: 192.168.123.151
              prefix-length: 24
          dhcp: false
        ipv6:
          enabled: false
    dns-resolver:
      config:
        server:
          - 192.168.1.1
    routes:
      config:
        - destination: 0.0.0.0/0
          next-hop-address: 192.168.1.1
          next-hop-interface: bond0
          table-id: 254
  interfaces:
    - name: "eth0"
      macAddress: "00:00:00:00:00:00"
    - name: "eth1"
      macAddress: "00:00:00:00:00:11"

NMState team is currently working on a rust library that includes the gc command that assisted service uses to generate all the configs and then load the one that matches the interfaces. We should reach out to Nick Carboni to check on assisted-service progress in integrating the new library and leverage the same code to make sure our ISO can use the same network configuration mechanism

Acceptance Criteria:

Description of criteria:

  • Upstream documentation
  • ZTP network config (NMStateConfig) can be passed to the CLI tool and ends up in the right nodes
  • Test coverage for providing NMStateConfig for all nodes
  • Test coverage for providing NMStateConfig for just the ephemeral provisioning service node.

(optional) Out of Scope:

Detail about what is specifically not being delivered in the story

Engineering Details:

This requires/does not require a design proposal.
This requires/does not require a feature gate.

We currently support static IPs on Node 0, and this is required in order to get the common IP for the other nodes. We also need to support configuration of static IPs on all of the nodes even though they could also use DHCP for their addresses.

https://github.com/openshift/assisted-service/blob/0e229dea8672ef2e5275563c493a42867ea70985/internal/controller/controllers/infraenv_controller.go#L365

The infraenv controller fetches the NMStateConfigs from the kube-api. Since we don't have the kube-api, we need to read them from the manifests and incorporate them into the InfraEnvCreateParams to create the InfraEnv.

Epic Goal

  • As an OpenShift deployer, I want to be able to generate the installation image and boot it on the target machines without needing to pre-populate any node network configuration

Why is this important?

  • Providing the detailed network configuration needed for nmstate is a significant barrier of entry to deploy OpenShift as NMStateConfig, while accessible, doesn't exactly roll off the tongue

Scenarios

  1. I want to boot the baremetal node that will run the assisted service and the nodes that will be worker nodes all at once without needing to care about their IPs/VLANs, etc
  2. I want to make an "AMI" of the tool generated ISO to create my openshift clusters in my no-name cloud and I don't know which IP I am going to get (This scenario will need other work in other epics)

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • Deployment completes successfully without providing NMStateConfig for any node.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

  1. If we don't know what IP the assisted service is going to get, how do the agents know where to register to? Antoni Segura Puimedon node0 agent-config must be provided
  2. If all the ISOs are the same and there's no prior knowledge of the IP configuration for the nodes, how do we decide which is going to run the assisted service? Antoni Segura Puimedon the node that finds itself to match node0 config will set itself to be node0.

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Acceptance criteria:

  • cluster-manifests validation passes if node0 config is provided in agent-config.yaml and is consistent with other net config like the machine CIDRs.

Epic Goal

  • As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I need to be able to integrate the installation of my first on-premises OpenShift cluster with my automation flows and tools.
  • As an OpenShift infrastructure owner, I must be able to provide the CLI tool with manifests that contain the definition of the cluster I want to deploy
  • As an OpenShift Infrastructure owner, I must be able to get the validation errors in a programmatic way
  • As an OpenShift Infrastructure owner, I must be able to get the events and progress of the installation in a programmatic way
  • As an OpenShift Infrastructure owner, I must be able to retrieve the kubeconfig and OpenShift Console URL in a programmatic way

Why is this important?

  • When deploying clusters with a large number of hosts and when deploying many clusters, it is common to require to automate the installations.
  • Customers and partners usually use third party tools of their own to orchestrate the installation.
  • For Telco RAN deployments, Telco partners need to repeatably deploy multiple OpenShift clusters in parallel to multiple sites at-scale, with no human intervention.

Scenarios

  1. Monitoring flow:
    1. I generate all the manifests for the cluster,
    2. call the CLI tool pointint to the manifests path,
    3. Obtain the installation image from the nodes
    4. Use my infrastructure capabilities to boot the image on the target nodes
    5. Use the tool to connect to assisted service to get validation status and events
    6. Use the tool to retrieve credentials and URL for the deployed cluster

Acceptance Criteria

  • Backward compatibility between OCP releases with automation manifests (they can be applied to a newer version of OCP).
  • Installation progress and events can be tracked programatically
  • Validation errors can be obtained programatically
  • Kubeconfig and console URL can be obtained programatically
  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

References

A cli subcommand that:

  • Checks and displays (stderr) the progress of the installation.
  • Show when the bootstrap node reboots.
  • Return 0 if we reach this point.

Using podman kube play from a systemd service isn't ideal in terms of process monitoring, and makes it hard to do stuff like attach volumes. Split the containers out into separate containers (which can all be in the same pod still) that are started by their own systemd services. This will mean decomposing the ConfigMap that passes settings.

Currently we allow the assisted-service to generate the InfraEnv ID automatically when the InfraEnv is created. The agents then have to fetch the list of InfraEnvs from the service to get the ID. This is suboptimal in a number of ways and won't be possible at all once we have authentication enabled on the assisted-service API.

Instead, modify assisted-service to accept an environment variable that contains a fixed InfraEnv ID. Any new InfraEnv created will use this ID (this has the desirable side effect that there can be only one InfraEnv).

Pre-generate a random ID in the command-line tool and store it in the configuration of both the agent and the assisted-service in the ISO.

The service start-cluster-installation fails for conditionpathexists even though the path is created.

[core@master-0 ~]$ sudo systemctl status start-cluster-installation.service 
● start-cluster-installation.service - Service that starts cluster installation
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/start-cluster-installation.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: inactive (dead)
Condition: start condition failed at Wed 2022-05-11 04:40:43 UTC; 32s ago
└─ ConditionPathExists=/etc/assisted-service/node0 was not met

Also, when the ConditionPath error is fixed, later the service fails with

start-cluster-installation.sh[2533]: jq: error (at <stdin>:0): Cannot index number with string "status"

 

Fix the unwanted API call to set API_VIP in case of SNO cluster in start-cluster-installation.service.
 

 

{"code":"400","href":"","id":400,"kind":"Error","reason":"API VIP cannot be set with User Managed Networking"}

 

Create a completely golang implementation of AGENT-37 and place the code in the assisted-service repo. A new binary should be created in the assisted-service image. The binary will be used in the create-cluster-and-infra-env service.

A cli subcommand that waits for the cluster to come up. This should be able to reuse the code from the regular openshift-install wait-for install-complete command largely unchanged, but if the k8s API is not available it may be because we're still running the assisted part of installation. It probably needs to fall back to checking for that. I'm not sure what assumptions in the existing installer command about when it is safe to run it. Ideally we would keep behaviour relatively consistent.

User Story:

As a deployer, I want to be able to:

  • Get the credentials for the cluster that is going to be deployed

so that I can achieve

  • Checking the installed cluster for installation completion
  • Connect and administer the cluster that gets installed

 

Currently the Assisted Service generates the credentials by running the ignition generation step of the oepnshift-installer. This is why the credentials are only retrievable from the REST API towards the end of the installation.

In the BILLI usage, which takes down assisted service before the installation is complete there is no obvious point at which to alert the user that they should retrieve the credentials. This means that we either need to:

  • Allow the user to pass the admin key that will then get signed by the generated CA and replace the key that is made by openshift-installer (would mean new functionality in AI)
  • Allow the key to be retrieved by SSH with the fleeting command from the node0 (after it has generated). The command should be able to wait until it is possible
  • Have the possibility to POST it somewhere

Acceptance Criteria:

  • The admin key is generated and usable to check for installation completeness

This requires/does not require a design proposal.
This requires/does not require a feature gate.

Feature Overview

Add GA support for deploying OpenShift to IBM Public Cloud

Goals

Complete the existing gaps to make OpenShift on IBM Cloud VPC (Next Gen2) General Available

Requirements

Optional requirements

  • OpenShift can be deployed using Mint mode and STS for cloud provider credentials (future release, tbd)
  • OpenShift can be deployed in disconnected mode https://issues.redhat.com/browse/SPLAT-737)
  • OpenShift on IBM Cloud supports User Provisioned Infrastructure (UPI) deployment method (future release, 4.14?)

Epic Goal

  • Enable installation of private clusters on IBM Cloud. This epic will track associated work.

Why is this important?

  • This is required MVP functionality to achieve GA.

Scenarios

  1. Install a private cluster on IBM Cloud.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Background and Goal

Currently in OpenShift we do not support distributing hotfix packages to cluster nodes. In time-sensitive situations, a RHEL hotfix package can be the quickest route to resolving an issue. 

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Under guidance from Red Hat CEE, customers can deploy RHEL hotfix packages to MachineConfigPools.
  2. Customers can easily remove the hotfix when the underlying RHCOS image incorporates the fix.

Before we ship OCP CoreOS layering in https://issues.redhat.com/browse/MCO-165 we need to switch the format of what is currently `machine-os-content` to be the new base image.

The overall plan is:

  • Publish the new base image as `rhel-coreos-8` in the release image
  • Also publish the new extensions container (https://github.com/openshift/os/pull/763) as `rhel-coreos-8-extensions`
  • Teach the MCO to use this without also involving layering/build controller
  • Delete old `machine-os-content`

After https://github.com/openshift/os/pull/763 is in the release image, teach the MCO how to use it. This is basically:

  • Schedule the extensions container as a kubernetes service (just serves a yum repo via http)
  • Change the MCD to write a file into `/etc/yum.repos.d/machine-config-extensions.repo` that consumes it instead of what it does now in pulling RPMs from the mounted container filesystem

As a OCP CoreOS layering developer, having telemetry data about number of cluster using osImageURL will help understand how broadly this feature is getting used and improve accordingly.

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Cluster using Custom osImageURL is available via telemetry

 

Why?

  • Decouple control and data plane. 
    • Customers do not pay Red Hat more to run HyperShift control planes and supporting infrastructure than Standalone control planes and supporting infrastructure.
  • Improve security
    • Shift credentials out of cluster that support the operation of core platform vs workload
  • Improve cost
    • Allow a user to toggle what they don’t need.
    • Ensure a smooth path to scale to 0 workers and upgrade with 0 workers.

 

Assumption

  • A customer will be able to associate a cluster as “Infrastructure only”
  • E.g. one option: management cluster has role=master, and role=infra nodes only, control planes are packed on role=infra nodes
  • OR the entire cluster is labeled infrastructure , and node roles are ignored.
  • Anything that runs on a master node by default in Standalone that is present in HyperShift MUST be hosted and not run on a customer worker node.

 

 

Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sXCaRt3PE0iFmq7ei0Yb1svqzY9bygR5IprjgioRkjc/edit 

Overview 

Customers do not pay Red Hat more to run HyperShift control planes and supporting infrastructure than Standalone control planes and supporting infrastructure.

Assumption

  • A customer will be able to associate a cluster as “Infrastructure only”
  • E.g. one option: management cluster has role=master, and role=infra nodes only, control planes are packed on role=infra nodes
  • OR the entire cluster is labeled infrastructure, and node roles are ignored.
  • Anything that runs on a master node by default in Standalone that is present in HyperShift MUST be hosted and not run on a customer worker node.

DoD 

Run cluster-storage-operator (CSO) + AWS EBS CSI driver operator + AWS EBS CSI driver control-plane Pods in the management cluster, run the driver DaemonSet in the hosted cluster.

More information here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sXCaRt3PE0iFmq7ei0Yb1svqzY9bygR5IprjgioRkjc/edit 

 

As OCP support engineer I want the same guest cluster storage-related objects in output of "hypershift dump cluster --dump-guest-cluster" as in "oc adm must-gather ", so I can debug storage issues easily.

 

must-gather collects: storageclasses persistentvolumes volumeattachments csidrivers csinodes volumesnapshotclasses volumesnapshotcontents

hypershift collects none of this, the relevant code is here: https://github.com/openshift/hypershift/blob/bcfade6676f3c344b48144de9e7a36f9b40d3330/cmd/cluster/core/dump.go#L276

 

Exit criteria:

  • verify that hypershift dump cluster --dump-guest-cluster has storage objects from the guest cluster.

As HyperShift Cluster Instance Admin, I want to run AWS EBS CSI driver operator + control plane of the CSI driver in the management cluster, so the guest cluster runs just my applications.

  • Add a new cmdline option for the guest cluster kubeconfig file location
  • Parse both kubeconfigs:
    • One from projected service account, which leads to the management cluster.
    • Second from the new cmdline option introduced above. This one leads to the guest cluster.
  • Only on HyperShift:
    • When interacting with Kubernetes API, carefully choose the right kubeconfig to watch / create / update objects in the right cluster.
    • Replace namespaces in all Deployments and other objects that are created in the management cluster. They must be created in the same namespace as the operator.
  •  
  •  
    • Pass only the guest kubeconfig to the operand (control-plane Deployment of the CSI driver).

Exit criteria:

  • Control plane Deployment of AWS EBS CSI driver runs in the management cluster in HyperShift.
  • Storage works in the guest cluster.
  • No regressions in standalone OCP.

As HyperShift Cluster Instance Admin, I want my changes in ClusterCSIDriver and Storage instances to be overwritten by correct values, so I cannot break my guest cluster by using wrong values.

  • The operator must overwrite any user changes in Storage.Spec and ClusterCSIDriver.Spec and set HyperShift's defaults (ManagementState “Managed”, all log levels “Normal”).

Exit criteria:

  • Any changes in ClusterCSIDriver.Spec and Storage.Spec in the guest cluster are overwritten.

As HyperShift Cluster Instance Admin, I want to run cluster-storage-operator (CSO) in the management cluster, so the guest cluster runs just my applications.

  • Add a new cmdline option for the guest cluster kubeconfig file location
  • Parse both kubeconfigs:
    • One from projected service account, which leads to the management cluster.
    • Second from the new cmdline option introduced above. This one leads to the guest cluster.
  • Tag manifests of objects that should not be deployed by CVO in HyperShift
  • Only on HyperShift:
    • When interacting with Kubernetes API, carefully choose the right kubeconfig to watch / create / update objects in the right cluster.
    • Replace namespaces in all Deployments and other objects that are created in the management cluster. They must be created in the same namespace as the operator.
    • Pass only the guest kubeconfig to the operands (AWS EBS CSI driver operator).

Exit criteria:

  • CSO and AWS EBS CSI driver operator runs in the management cluster in HyperShift
  • Storage works in the guest cluster.
  • No regressions in standalone OCP.

Overview 

Customers do not pay Red Hat more to run HyperShift control planes and supporting infrastructure than Standalone control planes and supporting infrastructure.

Assumption

  • A customer will be able to associate a cluster as “Infrastructure only”
  • E.g. one option: management cluster has role=master, and role=infra nodes only, control planes are packed on role=infra nodes
  • OR the entire cluster is labeled infrastructure, and node roles are ignored.
  • Anything that runs on a master node by default in Standalone that is present in HyperShift MUST be hosted and not run on a customer worker node.

DoD 

cluster-snapshot-controller-operator is running on the CP. 

More information here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sXCaRt3PE0iFmq7ei0Yb1svqzY9bygR5IprjgioRkjc/edit 

As HyperShift Cluster Instance Admin, I want to run cluster-csi-snapshot-controller-operator in the management cluster, so the guest cluster runs just my applications.

  • Add a new cmdline option for the guest cluster kubeconfig file location
  • Parse both kubeconfigs:
    • One from projected service account, which leads to the management cluster.
    • Second from the new cmdline option introduced above. This one leads to the guest cluster.
  • Move creation of manifests/08_webhook_service.yaml from CVO to the operator - it needs to be created in the management cluster.
  • Tag manifests of objects that should not be deployed by CVO in HyperShift by
  • Only on HyperShift:
    • When interacting with Kubernetes API, carefully choose the right kubeconfig to watch / create / update objects in the right cluster.
    • Replace namespaces in all Deployments and other objects that are created in the management cluster. They must be created in the same namespace as the operator.
    • Don’t create operand’s PodDisruptionBudget?
    • Update ValidationWebhookConfiguration to point directly to URL exposed by manifests/08_webhook_service.yaml instead of a Service. The Service is not available in the guest cluster.
    • Pass only the guest kubeconfig to the operands (both the webhook and csi-snapshot-controller).
    • Update unit tests to handle two kube clients.

Exit criteria:

  • cluster-csi-snapshot-controller-operator runs in the management cluster in HyperShift
  • csi-snapshot-controller runs in the management cluster in HyperShift
  • It is possible to take & restore volume snapshot in the guest cluster.
  • No regressions in standalone OCP.

As OpenShift developer I want cluster-csi-snapshot-controller-operator to use existing controllers in library-go, so I don’t need to maintain yet another code that does the same thing as library-go.

  • Check and remove manifests/03_configmap.yaml, it does not seem to be useful.
  • Check and remove manifests/03_service.yaml, it does not seem to be useful (at least now).
  • Use DeploymentController from library-go to sync Deployments.
  • Get rid of common/ package? It does not seem to be useful.
  • Use StaticResourceController for static content, including the snapshot CRDs.

Note: if this refactoring introduces any new conditions, we must make sure that 4.11 snapshot controller clears them to support downgrade! This will need 4.11 BZ + z-stream update!

Similarly, if some conditions become obsolete / not managed by any controller, they must be cleared by 4.12 operator.

Exit criteria:

  • The operator code is smaller.
  • No regressions in standalone OCP.
  • Upgrade/downgrade from/to standalone OCP 4.11 works.

As HyperShift Cluster Instance Admin, I want to run cluster-csi-snapshot-controller-operator in the management cluster, so the guest cluster runs just my applications.

To run the snapshot operator, control-plane-operator must:

  • Create ServiceAccount for the operator.
  • Generate csi-snapshot-webhook-secret with TLS key for the webhook.
  • Create csi-snapshot-controller-kubeconfig with kubeconfig for the operator + operand to the guest cluster. Sharing the kubeadmin kubeconfig with the rest of components running in the management cluster is OK in Phase 1.
  • Create the operator Deployment.
    • Pass it csi-snapshot-controller-kubeconfig as a Secrets volume + cmdline argument where the operator finds it.
    • Add an init container that waits until CVO creates CSISnapshotController CRD + CR + ClusterOperator in the guest cluster.

Exit criteria:

  • cluster-csi-snapshot-controller-operator runs in the management cluster in HyperShift
  • csi-snapshot-controller runs in the management cluster in HyperShift
  • It is possible to take & restore volume snapshot in the guest cluster.
  • No regressions in standalone OCP.

Epic Goal

  • To improve debug-ability of ovn-k in hypershift
  • To verify the stability of of ovn-k in hypershift
  • To introduce a EgressIP reach-ability check that will work in hypershift

Why is this important?

  • ovn-k is supposed to be GA in 4.12. We need to make sure it is stable, we know the limitations and we are able to debug it similar to the self hosted cluster.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. This will need consultation with the people working on HyperShift

Previous Work (Optional):

  1. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/SDN-2589

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

OC mirror is GA product as of Openshift 4.11 .

The goal of this feature is to solve any future customer request for new features or capabilities in OC mirror 

Epic Goal

  • Mirror to mirror operations and custom mirroring flows required by IBM CloudPak catalog management

Why is this important?

  • IBM needs additional customization around the actual mirroring of images to enable CloudPaks to fully adopt OLM-style operator packaging and catalog management
  • IBM CloudPaks introduce additional compute architectures, increasing the download volume by 2/3rds to day, we need the ability to effectively filter non-required image versions of OLM operator catalogs during filtering for other customers that only require a single or a subset of the available image architectures
  • IBM CloudPaks regularly run on older OCP versions like 4.8 which require additional work to be able to read the mirrored catalog produced by oc mirror

Scenarios

  1. Customers can use the oc utility and delegate the actual image mirror step to another tool
  2. Customers can mirror between disconnected registries using the oc utility
  3. The oc utility supports filtering manifest lists in the context of multi-arch images according to the sparse manifest list proposal in the distribution spec

Acceptance Criteria

  • Customers can use the oc utility to mirror between two different air-gapped environments
  • Customers can specify the desired computer architectures and oc mirror will create sparse manifest lists in the target registry as a result

Dependencies (internal and external)

Previous Work:

  1. WRKLDS-369
  2. Disconnected Mirroring Improvement Proposal

Related Work:

  1. https://github.com/opencontainers/distribution-spec/pull/310
  2. https://github.com/distribution/distribution/pull/3536
  3. https://docs.google.com/document/d/10ozLoV7sVPLB8msLx4LYamooQDSW-CAnLiNiJ9SER2k/edit?usp=sharing

Pre-Work Objectives

Since some of our requirements from the ACM team will not be available for the 4.12 timeframe, the team should work on anything we can get done in the scope of the console repo so that when the required items are available in 4.13, we can be more nimble in delivering GA content for the Unified Console Epic.

Overall GA Key Objective
Providing our customers with a single simplified User Experience(Hybrid Cloud Console)that is extensible, can run locally or in the cloud, and is capable of managing the fleet to deep diving into a single cluster. 
Why customers want this?

  1. Single interface to accomplish their tasks
  2. Consistent UX and patterns
  3. Easily accessible: One URL, one set of credentials

Why we want this?

  • Shared code -  improve the velocity of both teams and most importantly ensure consistency of the experience at the code level
  • Pre-built PF4 components
  • Accessibility & i18n
  • Remove barriers for enabling ACM

Phase 2 Goal: Productization of the united Console 

  1. Enable user to quickly change context from fleet view to single cluster view
    1. Add Cluster selector with “All Cluster” Option. “All Cluster” = ACM
    2. Shared SSO across the fleet
    3. Hub OCP Console can connect to remote clusters API
    4. When ACM Installed the user starts from the fleet overview aka “All Clusters”
  2. Share UX between views
    1. ACM Search —> resource list across fleet -> resource details that are consistent with single cluster details view
    2. Add Cluster List to OCP —> Create Cluster

As a developer I would like to disable clusters like *KS that we can't support for multi-cluster (for instance because we can't authenticate). The ManagedCluster resource has a vendor label that we can use to know if the cluster is supported.

cc Ali Mobrem Sho Weimer Jakub Hadvig 

UPDATE: 9/20/22 : we want an allow-list with OpenShift, ROSA, ARO, ROKS, and  OpenShiftDedicated

Acceptance criteria:

  • Investigate if console-operator should pass info about which cluster are supported and unsupported to the frontend
  • Unsupported clusters should not appear in the cluster dropdown
  • Unsupported clusters based off
    • defined vendor label
    • non 4.x ocp clusters

Feature Overview

RHEL CoreOS should be updated to RHEL 9.2 sources to take advantage of newer features, hardware support, and performance improvements.

 

Requirements

  • RHEL 9.x sources for RHCOS builds starting with OCP 4.13 and RHEL 9.2.

 

Requirement Notes isMvp?
CI - MUST be running successfully with test automation This is a requirement for ALL features. YES
Release Technical Enablement Provide necessary release enablement details and documents. YES

(Optional) Use Cases

  • 9.2 Preview via Layering No longer necessary assuming we stay the course of going all in on 9.2

Assumptions

  • ...

Customer Considerations

  • ...

Documentation Considerations

Questions to be addressed:

  • What educational or reference material (docs) is required to support this product feature? For users/admins? Other functions (security officers, etc)?
  • Does this feature have doc impact?
  • New Content, Updates to existing content, Release Note, or No Doc Impact
  • If unsure and no Technical Writer is available, please contact Content Strategy.
  • What concepts do customers need to understand to be successful in [action]?
  • How do we expect customers will use the feature? For what purpose(s)?
  • What reference material might a customer want/need to complete [action]?
  • Is there source material that can be used as reference for the Technical Writer in writing the content? If yes, please link if available.
  • What is the doc impact (New Content, Updates to existing content, or Release Note)?

PROBLEM

We would like to improve our signal for RHEL9 readiness by increasing internal engineering engagement and external partner engagement on our community OpehShift offering, OKD.

PROPOSAL

Adding OKD to run on SCOS (a CentOS stream for CoreOS) brings the community offering closer to what a partner or an internal engineering team might expect on OCP.

ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

Image has been switched/included: 

DEPENDENCIES

The SCOS build payload.

RELATED RESOURCES

OKD+SCOS proposal: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_Xa9Z4tSqB7U2No7WA0KXb3lDIngNaQpS504ZLrCmg8/edit#slide=id.p

OKD+SCOS work draft: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cuWOXhATexNLWGKLjaOcVF4V95JJjP1E3UmQ2kDVzsA/edit

 

Acceptance Criteria

A stable OKD on SCOS is built and available to the community sprintly.

 

This comes up when installing ipi-on-aws on arm64 with the custom payload build at quay.io/aleskandrox/okd-release:4.12.0-0.okd-centos9-full-rebuild-arm64 that is using scos as machine-content-os image

 

```

[root@ip-10-0-135-176 core]# crictl logs c483c92e118d8
2022-08-11T12:19:39+00:00 [cnibincopy] FATAL ERROR: Unsupported OS ID=scos
```

 

The probable fix has to land on https://github.com/openshift/cluster-network-operator/blob/master/bindata/network/multus/multus.yaml#L41-L53

Overview 

HyperShift came to life to serve multiple goals, some are main near-term, some are secondary that serve well long-term. 

Main Goals for hosted control planes (HyperShift)

  • Optimize OpenShift for Cost/footprint/ which improves our competitive stance against the *KSes
  • Establish separation of concerns which makes it more resilient for SRE to manage their workload clusters (be it security, configuration management, etc).
  • Simplify and enhance multi-cluster management experience especially since multi-cluster is becoming an industry need nowadays. 

Secondary Goals

HyperShift opens up doors to penetrate the market. HyperShift enables true hybrid (CP and Workers decoupled, mixed IaaS, mixed Arch,...). An architecture that opens up more options to target new opportunities in the cloud space. For more details on this one check: Hosted Control Planes (aka HyperShift) Strategy [Live Document]

 

Hosted Control Planes (HyperShift) Map 

To bring hosted control planes to our customers, we need the means to ship it. Today MCE is how HyperShift shipped, and installed so that customers can use it. There are two main customers for hosted-control-planes: 

 

  • Self-managed: In that case, Red Hat would provide hosted control planes as a service that is managed and SREed by the customer for their tenants (hence “self”-managed). In this management model, our external customers are the direct consumers of the multi-cluster control plane as a servie. Once MCE is installed, they can start to self-service dedicated control planes. 

 

  • Managed: This is OpenShift as a managed service, today we only “manage” the CP, and share the responsibility for other system components, more info here. To reduce management costs incurred by service delivery organizations which translates to operating profit (by reducing variable costs per control-plane), as well as to improve user experience, lower platform overhead (allow customers to focus mostly on writing applications and not concern themselves with infrastructure artifacts), and improve the cluster provisioning experience. HyperShift is shipped via MCE, and delivered to Red Hat managed SREs (same consumption route). However, for managed services, additional tooling needs to be refactored to support the new provisioning path. Furthermore, unlike self-managed where customers are free to bring their own observability stack, Red Hat managed SREs need to observe the managed fleet to ensure compliance with SLOs/SLIs/…

 

If you have noticed, MCE is the delivery mechanism for both management models. The difference between managed and self-managed is the consumer persona. For self-managed, it's the customer SRE for managed its the RH SRE

High-level Requirements

For us to ship HyperShift in the product (as hosted control planes) in either management model, there is a necessary readiness checklist that we need to satisfy. Below are the high-level requirements needed before GA: 

 

  • Hosted control planes fits well with our multi-cluster story (with MCE)
  • Hosted control planes APIs are stable for consumption  
  • Customers are not paying for control planes/infra components.  
  • Hosted control planes has an HA and a DR story
  • Hosted control planes is in parity with top-level add-on operators 
  • Hosted control planes reports metrics on usage/adoption
  • Hosted control planes is observable  
  • HyperShift as a backend to managed services is fully unblocked.

 

Please also have a look at our What are we missing in Core HyperShift for GA Readiness? doc. 

Hosted control planes fits well with our multi-cluster story

Multi-cluster is becoming an industry need today not because this is where trend is going but because it’s the only viable path today to solve for many of our customer’s use-cases. Below is some reasoning why multi-cluster is a NEED:

 

 

As a result, multi-cluster management is a defining category in the market where Red Hat plays a key role. Today Red Hat solves for multi-cluster via RHACM and MCE. The goal is to simplify fleet management complexity by providing a single pane of glass to observe, secure, police, govern, configure a fleet. I.e., the operand is no longer one cluster but a set, a fleet of clusters. 

HyperShift logically centralized architecture, as well as native separation of concerns and superior cluster lifecyle management experience, makes it a great fit as the foundation of our multi-cluster management story. 

Thus the following stories are important for HyperShift: 

  • When lifecycling OpenShift clusters (for any OpenShift form factor) on any of the supported providers from MCE/ACM/OCM/CLI as a Cluster Service Consumer  (RH managed SRE, or self-manage SRE/admin):
  • I want to be able to use a consistent UI so I can manage and operate (observe, govern,...) a fleet of clusters.
  • I want to specify HA constraints (e.g., deploy my clusters in different regions) while ensuring acceptable QoS (e.g., latency boundaries) to ensure/reduce any potential downtime for my workloads. 
  • When operating OpenShift clusters (for any OpenShift form factor) on any of the supported provider from MCE/ACM/OCM/CLI as a Cluster Service Consumer  (RH managed SRE, or self-manage SRE/admin):
  • I want to be able to backup any critical data so I am able to restore them in case of hosting service cluster (management cluster) failure. 

Refs:

Hosted control planes APIs are stable for consumption.

 

HyperShift is the core engine that will be used to provide hosted control-planes for consumption in managed and self-managed. 

 

Main user story:  When life cycling clusters as a cluster service consumer via HyperShift core APIs, I want to use a stable/backward compatible API that is less susceptible to future changes so I can provide availability guarantees. 

 

Ref: What are we missing in Core HyperShift for GA Readiness?

Customers are not paying for control planes/infra components. 

 

Customers do not pay Red Hat more to run HyperShift control planes and supporting infrastructure than Standalone control planes and supporting infrastructure.

Assumptions

  • A customer will be able to associate a cluster as “Infrastructure only”
  • E.g. one option: management cluster has role=master, and role=infra nodes only, control planes are packed on role=infra nodes
  • OR the entire cluster is labeled infrastructure , and node roles are ignored.
  • Anything that runs on a master node by default in Standalone that is present in HyperShift MUST be hosted and not run on a customer worker node.

HyperShift - proposed cuts from data plane

HyperShift has an HA and a DR story

When operating OpenShift clusters (for any OpenShift form factor) from MCE/ACM/OCM/CLI as a Cluster Service Consumer  (RH managed SRE, or self-manage SRE/admin) I want to be able to migrate CPs from one hosting service cluster to another:

  • as means for disaster recovery in the case of total failure
  • so that scaling pressures on a management cluster can be mitigated or a management cluster can be decommissioned.

More information: 

 

Hosted control planes reports metrics on usage/adoption

To understand usage patterns and inform our decision making for the product. We need to be able to measure adoption and assess usage.

See Hosted Control Planes (aka HyperShift) Strategy [Live Document]

Hosted control plane is observable  

Whether it's managed or self-managed, it’s pertinent to report health metrics to be able to create meaningful Service Level Objectives (SLOs), alert of failure to meet our availability guarantees. This is especially important for our managed services path. 

HyperShift is in parity with top-level add-on operators

https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPPLAN-8901 

Unblock HyperShift as a backend to managed services

HyperShift for managed services is a strategic company goal as it improves usability, feature, and cost competitiveness against other managed solutions, and because managed services/consumption-based cloud services is where we see the market growing (customers are looking to delegate platform overhead). 

 

We should make sure our SD milestones are unblocked by the core team. 

 

Note 

This feature reflects HyperShift core readiness to be consumed. When all related EPICs and stories in this EPIC are complete HyperShift can be considered ready to be consumed in GA form. This does not describe a date but rather the readiness of core HyperShift to be consumed in GA form NOT the GA itself.

- GA date for self-managed will be factoring in other inputs such as adoption, customer interest/commitment, and other factors. 
- GA dates for ROSA-HyperShift are on track, tracked in milestones M1-7 (have a look at https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPPLAN-5771

Epic Goal*

The goal is to split client certificate trust chains from the global Hypershift root CA.

 
Why is this important? (mandatory)

This is important to:

  • assure a workload can be run on any kind of OCP flavor
  • reduce the blast radius in case of a sensitive material leak
  • separate trust to allow more granular control over client certificate authentication

 
Scenarios (mandatory) 

Provide details for user scenarios including actions to be performed, platform specifications, and user personas.  

  1. I would like to be able to run my workloads on any OpenShift-like platform.
    My workloads allow components to authenticate using client certificates based
    on a trust bundle that I am able to retrieve from the cluster.
  1. I don't want my users to have access to any CA bundle that would allow them
    to trust a random certificate from the cluster for client certificate authentication.

 
Dependencies (internal and external) (mandatory)

Hypershift team needs to provide us with code reviews and merge the changes we are to deliver

Contributing Teams(and contacts) (mandatory) 

  • Development - OpenShift Auth, Hypershift
  • Documentation -OpenShift Auth Docs team
  • QE - OpenShift Auth QE
  • PX - I have no idea what PX is
  • Others - others

Acceptance Criteria (optional)

The serviceaccount CA bundle automatically injected to all pods cannot be used to authenticate any client certificate generated by the control-plane.

Drawbacks or Risk (optional)

Risk: there is a throbbing time pressure as this should be delivered before first stable Hypershift release

Done - Checklist (mandatory)

  • CI Testing -  Basic e2e automationTests are merged and completing successfully
  • Documentation - Content development is complete.
  • QE - Test scenarios are written and executed successfully.
  • Technical Enablement - Slides are complete (if requested by PLM)
  • Engineering Stories Merged
  • All associated work items with the Epic are closed
  • Epic status should be “Release Pending” 
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Complete Epics

This section includes Jira cards that are linked to an Epic, but the Epic itself is not linked to any Feature. These epics were completed when this image was assembled

This epic contains all the Dynamic Plugins related stories for OCP release-4.11 

Epic Goal

  • Track all the stories under a single epic

Acceptance Criteria

  •  

This story only covers API components. We will create a separate story for other utility functions.

Today we are generating documentation for Console's Dynamic Plugin SDK in
frontend/packages/dynamic-plugin-sdk. We are missing ts-doc for a set of hooks and components.

We are generating the markdown from the dynamic-plugin-sdk using

yarn generate-doc

Here is the list of the API that the dynamic-plugin-sdk is exposing:

https://gist.github.com/spadgett/0ddefd7ab575940334429200f4f7219a

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Add missing jsdocs for the API that dynamic-plugin-sdk exposes

Out of Scope:

  • This does not include work for integrating the API docs into the OpenShift docs
  • This does not cover other public utilities, only components.

This epic contains all the OLM related stories for OCP release-4.12

Epic Goal

  • Track all the stories under a single epic

This enhancement Introduces support for provisioning and upgrading heterogenous architecture clusters in phases.

 

We need to scan through the compute nodes and build a set of supported architectures from those. Each node on the cluster has a label for architecture: e.g. `kuberneties.io/arch:arm64`, `kubernetes.io/arch:amd64` etc. Based on the set of supported architectures console will need to surface only those operators in the Operator Hub, which are supported on our Nodes. Each operator's PackageManifest contains a labels that indicates whats the operator's supported architecture, e.g.  `operatorframework.io/arch.s390x: supported`. An operator can be supported on multiple architectures

AC:

  1. Implement logic in the console's backend to read the set of architecture types from console-config.yaml and set it as a SERVER_FLAG.nodeArchitectures (Change similar to https://github.com/openshift/console/commit/39aabe171a2e89ed3757ac2146d252d087fdfd33)
  2. In Operator hub render only operators that are support on any given node, based on the SERVER_FLAG.nodeArchitectures field implemented in CONSOLE-3242.

 

OS and arch filtering: https://github.com/openshift/console/blob/2ad4e17d76acbe72171407fc1c66ca4596c8aac4/frontend/packages/operator-lifecycle-manager/src/components/operator-hub/operator-hub-items.tsx#L49-L86

 

@jpoulin is good to ask about heterogeneous clusters.

This enhancement Introduces support for provisioning and upgrading heterogenous architecture clusters in phases.

 

We need to scan through the compute nodes and build a set of supported architectures from those. Each node on the cluster has a label for architecture: e.g. kubernetes.io/arch=arm64, kubernetes.io/arch=amd64 etc. Based on the set of supported architectures console will need to surface only those operators in the Operator Hub, which are supported on our Nodes.

 

AC: 

  1. Implement logic in the console-operator that will scan though all the nodes and build a set of all the architecture types that the cluster nodes run on and pass it to the console-config.yaml
  2. Add unit and e2e test cases in the console-operator repository.

 

@jpoulin is good to ask about heterogeneous clusters.

An epic we can duplicate for each release to ensure we have a place to catch things we ought to be doing regularly but can tend to fall by the wayside.

As a developer, I want to be able to clean up the css markup after making the css / scss changes required for dark mode and remove any old unused css / scss content. 

 

Acceptance criteria:

  • Remove any unused scss / css content after revamping for dark mode

1. Proposed title of this feature request
Basic authentication for Helm Chart repository in helmchartrepositories.helm.openshift.io CRD.

2. What is the nature and description of the request?
As of v4.6.9, the HelmChartRepository CRD only supports client TLS authentication through spec.connectionConfig.tlsClientConfig.

3. Why do you need this? (List the business requirements here)
Basic authentication is widely used by many chart repositories managers (Nexus OSS, Artifactory, etc.)
Helm CLI also supports them with the helm repo add command.
https://helm.sh/docs/helm/helm_repo_add/

4. How would you like to achieve this? (List the functional requirements here)
Probably by extending the CRD:

spec:
connectionConfig:
username: username
password:
secretName: secret-name

The secret namespace should be openshift-config to align with the tlsClientConfig behavior.

5. For each functional requirement listed in question 4, specify how Red Hat and the customer can test to confirm the requirement is successfully implemented.
Trying to pull helm charts from remote private chart repositories that has disabled anonymous access and offers basic authentication.
E.g.: https://github.com/sonatype/docker-nexus

Owner: Architect:

Story (Required)

As an OCP user I will like to be able to install helm charts from repos added to ODC with basic authentication fields populated

Background (Required)

We need to support helm installs for Repos that have the basic authentication secret name and namespace.

Glossary

Out of scope

Updating the ProjectHelmChartRepository CRD, already done in diff story
Supporting the HelmChartRepository CR, this feature will be scoped first to project/namespace scope repos.

In Scope

<Defines what is included in this story>

Approach(Required)

If the new fields for basic auth are set in the repo CR then use those credentials when making API calls to helm to install/upgrade charts. We will error out if user logged in does not have access to the secret referenced by Repo CR. If basic auth fields are not present we assume is not an authenticated repo.

Dependencies

Nonet

Edge Case

NA

Acceptance Criteria

I can list, install and update charts on authenticated repos from ODC
Needs Documentation both upstream and downstream
Needs new unit test covering repo auth

INVEST Checklist

Dependencies identified
Blockers noted and expected delivery timelines set
Design is implementable
Acceptance criteria agreed upon
Story estimated

Legend

Unknown
Verified
Unsatisfied

Epic Goal

  • Support manifest lists by image streams and the integrated registry. Clients should be able to pull/push manifests lists from/into the integrated registry. They also should be able to import images via `oc import-image` and them pull them from the internal registry.

Why is this important?

  • Manifest lists are becoming more and more popular. Customers want to mirror manifest lists into the registry and be able to pull them by digest.

Scenarios

  1. Manifest lists can be pushed into the integrated registry
  2. Imported manifests list can be pulled from the integrated registry
  3. Image triggers work with manifest lists

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • Existing functionality shouldn't change its behavior

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional)

  1. https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/blob/master/enhancements/manifestlist/manifestlist-support.md

Open questions

  1. Can we merge creation of images without having the pruner?

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

  • The ImageStream object should contain a new flag indicating that it refers to a manifest list
  • openshift-controller-manager uses new openshift/api code to import image streams
  • changing `importMode` of an image stream tag triggers a new import (i.e. updates generation in the tag spec)

NOTES

We plan to build Ironic Container Images using RHEL9 as base image in OCP 4.12

This is required because the ironic components have abandoned support for CentOS Stream 8 and Python 3.6/3.7 upstream during the most recent development cycle that will produce the stable Zed release, in favor of CentOS Stream 9 and Python 3.8/3.9

More info on RHEL8 to RHEL9 transition in OCP can be found at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1N8KyDY7KmgUYA9EOtDDQolebz0qi3nhT20IOn4D-xS4

Epic Goal

  • We need the installer to accept a LB type from user and then we could set type of LB in the following object.
    oc get ingress.config.openshift.io/cluster -o yaml
    Then we can fetch info from this object and reconcile the operator to have the NLB changes reflected.

 

This is an API change and we will consider this as a feature request.

Why is this important?

https://issues.redhat.com/browse/NE-799 Please check this for more details

 

Scenarios

https://issues.redhat.com/browse/NE-799 Please check this for more details

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. installer
  2. ingress operator

Previous Work (Optional):

 No

Open questions::

N/A

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

We need tests for the ovirt-csi-driver and the cluster-api-provider-ovirt. These tests help us to

  • minimize bugs,
  • reproduce and fix them faster and
  • pin down current behavior of the driver

Also, having dedicated tests on lower levels with a smaller scope (unit, integration, ...) has the following benefits:

  • fast feedback cycle (local test execution)
  • developer in-code documentation
  • easier onboarding for new contributers
  • lower resource consumption
The details of this Jira Card are restricted (Red Hat Employee and Contractors only)

Description

As a user, In the topology view, I would like to be updated intuitively if any of the deployments have reached quota limits

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Show a yellow border around deployments if any of the deployments have reached the quota limit
  2. For deployments, if there are any errors associated with resource limits or quotas, include a warning alert in the side panel.
    1. If we know resource limits are the cause, include link to Edit resource limits
    2. If we know pod count is the cause, include a link to Edit pod count

Additional Details:

 

Refer below for more details 

Description

As a user, I would like to be informed in an intuitive way,  when quotas have been reached in a namespace

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Show an alert banner on the Topology and add page for this project/namespace when there is a RQ (Resource Quota) / ACRQ (Applied Cluster Resource Quota) issue
    PF guideline: https://www.patternfly.org/v4/components/alert/design-guidelines#using-alerts 
  2. The above alert should have a CTA link to the search page with all RQ, ACRQ and if there is just one show the details page for the same
  3. For RQ, ACRQ list view show one more column called status with details as shown in the project view.

Additional Details:

 

Refer below for more details 

Goal

Provide a form driven experience to allow cluster admins to manage the perspectives to meet the ACs below.

Problem:

We have heard the following requests from customers and developer advocates:

  • Some admins do not want to provide access to the Developer Perspective from the console
  • Some admins do not want to provide non-priv users access to the Admin Perspective from the console

Acceptance criteria:

  1. Cluster administrator is able to "hide" the admin perspective for non-priv users
  2. Cluster administrator is able to "hide" the developer perspective for all users
  3. Be user that User Preferences for individual users behaves appropriately. If only one perspective is available, the perspective switcher is not needed.

Dependencies (External/Internal):

Design Artifacts:

Exploration:

Note:

Description

As an admin, I want to hide user perspective(s) based on the customization.

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Hide perspective(s) based on the customization
    1. When the admin perspective is disabled -> we hide the admin perspective for all unprivileged users
    2. When the dev perspective is disabled -> we hide the dev perspective for all users
  2. When all the perspectives are hidden from a user or for all users, show the Admin perspective by default

Additional Details:

Description

As an admin, I want to be able to use a form driven experience  to hide user perspective(s)

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Add checkboxes with the options
    1. Hide "Administrator" perspective for non-privileged users
    2.  Hide "Developer" perspective for all users
  2. The console configuration CR should be updated as per the selected option

Additional Details:

Description

As an admin, I should be able to see a code snippet that shows how to add user perspectives

Based on the https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-6732 enhancement proposal, the cluster admin can add user perspectives

To support the cluster-admin to configure the perspectives correctly, the developer console should provide a code snippet for the customization of yaml resource (Console CRD).

Customize Perspective Enhancement PR: https://github.com/openshift/enhancements/pull/1205

Acceptance Criteria

  1. When the admin opens the Console CRD there is a snippet in the sidebar which provides a default YAML which supports the admin to add user perspectives

Additional Details:

Previous work:

  1. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5080
  2. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5449

Description

As an admin, I want to hide the admin perspective for non-privileged users or hide the developer perspective for all users

Based on the https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-6730 enhancement proposal, it is required to extend the console configuration CRD to enable the cluster admins to configure this data in the console resource

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Extend the "customization" spec type definition for the CRD in the openshift/api project

Additional Details:

Previous customization work:

  1. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5416
  2. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5020
  3. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5447

Problem:

Customers don't want their users to have access to some/all of the items which are available in the Developer Catalog.  The request is to change access for the cluster, not per user or persona.

Goal:

Provide a form driven experience to allow cluster admins easily disable the Developer Catalog, or one or more of the sub catalogs in the Developer Catalog.

Why is it important?

Multiple customer requests.

Acceptance criteria:

  1. As a cluster admin, I can hide/disable access to the developer catalog for all users across all namespaces.
  2. As a cluster admin, I can hide/disable access to a specific sub-catalog in the developer catalog for all users across all namespaces.
    1. Builder Images
    2. Templates
    3. Helm Charts
    4. Devfiles
    5. Operator Backed

Notes

We need to consider how this will work with subcatalogs which are installed by operators: VMs, Event Sources, Event Catalogs, Managed Services, Cloud based services

Dependencies (External/Internal):

Design Artifacts:

Exploration:

Note:

Description

As an admin, I want to hide sub-catalogs in the developer catalog or hide the developer catalog completely based on the customization.

Acceptance Criteria

  1. Hide all links to the sub-catalog(s) from the add page, topology actions, empty states, quick search, and the catalog itself
  2. The sub-catalog should show Not found if the user opens the sub-catalog directly
  3. The feature should not be hidden if a sub-catalog option is disabled

Additional Details:

Description

As an admin, I want to hide/disable access to specific sub-catalogs in the developer catalog or the complete dev catalog for all users across all namespaces.

Based on the https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-6732 enhancement proposal, it is required to extend the console configuration CRD to enable the cluster admins to configure this data in the console resource

Acceptance Criteria

Extend the "customization" spec type definition for the CRD in the openshift/api project

Additional Details:

Previous customization work:

  1. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5416
  2. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5020
  3. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5447

Description

As a cluster-admin, I should be able to see a code snippet that shows how to enable sub-catalogs or the entire dev catalog.

Based on the https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-6732 enhancement proposal, the cluster admin can add sub-catalog(s)  from the Developer Catalog or the Dev catalog as a whole.

To support the cluster-admin to configure the sub-catalog list correctly, the developer console should provide a code snippet for the customization yaml resource (Console CRD).

Acceptance Criteria

  1. When the admin opens the Console CRD there is a snippet in the sidebar which provides a default YAML, which supports the admin to add sub-catalogs/the whole dev catalog

Additional Details:

Previous work:

  1. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5080
  2. https://issues.redhat.com/browse/ODC-5449

OCP/Telco Definition of Done
Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

<--- Cut-n-Paste the entire contents of this description into your new Epic --->

Epic Goal

  • Come up with a consistent way to detect node down on OCP and hypershift. Current mechanism for OCP (probe port 9) does not work for hypershift, meaning, hypershift node down detection will be longer (~40 secs). We should aim to have a common mechanism for both. As well, we should consider alternatives to the probing port 9. Perhaps BFD, or other detection.
  • Get clarification on node down detection times. Some customers have (apparently) asked for detection on the order of 100ms, recommendation is to use multiple Egress IPs, so this may not be a hard requirement. Need clarification from PM/Customers.

Why is this important?

Scenarios

  1. ...

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Add sock proxy to cluster-network-operator so egressip can use grpc to reach worker nodes.
 
With the introduction of grpc as means for determining the state of a given egress node, hypershift should
be able to leverage socks proxy and become able to know the state of each egress node.
 
References relevant to this work:
1281-network-proxy
[+https://coreos.slack.com/archives/C01C8502FMM/p1658427627751939+]
[+https://github.com/openshift/hypershift/pull/1131/commits/28546dc587dc028dc8bded715847346ff99d65ea+]

This Epic is here to track the rebase we need to do when kube 1.25 is GA https://www.kubernetes.dev/resources/release/

Keeping this in mind can help us plan our time better. ATTOW GA is planned for August 23

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1h1XsEt1Iug-W9JRheQas7YRsUJ_NQ8ghEMVmOZ4X-0s/edit --> this is the link for rebase help

Incomplete Epics

This section includes Jira cards that are linked to an Epic, but the Epic itself is not linked to any Feature. These epics were not completed when this image was assembled

Epic Goal

  • Update OpenShift components that are owned by the Builds + Jenkins Team to use Kubernetes 1.25

Why is this important?

  • Our components need to be updated to ensure that they are using the latest bug/CVE fixes, features, and that they are API compatible with other OpenShift components.

Acceptance Criteria

  • Existing CI/CD tests must be passing

This is epic tracks "business as usual" requirements / enhancements / bug fixing of Insights Operator.

Today the links point at a rule-scoped page, but that page lacks information about recommended resolution.  You can click through by cluster ID to your specific cluster and get that recommendation advice, but it would be more convenient and less confusing for customers if we linked directly to the cluster-scoped recommendation page.

We can implement by updating the template here to be:

fmt.Sprintf("https://console.redhat.com/openshift/insights/advisor/clusters/%s?first=%s%%7C%s", clusterID, ruleIDStr, rec.ErrorKey)

or something like that.

 

unknowns

request is clear, solution/implementation to be further clarified

This epic contains all the Dynamic Plugins related stories for OCP release-4.12

Epic Goal

  • Track all the stories under a single epic

Acceptance Criteria

To align with https://github.com/openshift/dynamic-plugin-sdk, plugin metadata field dependencies as well as the @console/pluginAPI entry contained within should be made optional.

If a plugin doesn't declare the @console/pluginAPI dependency, the Console release version check should be skipped for that plugin.

Following https://coreos.slack.com/archives/C011BL0FEKZ/p1650640804532309, it would be useful for us (network observability team) to have access to ResourceIcon in dynamic-plugin-sdk.

Currently ResourceLink is exported but not ResourceIcon

 

AC:

  • Require the ResourceIcon  from public to dynamic-plugin-sdk
  • Add the component to the dynamic-demo-plugin
  • Add a CI test to check for the ResourceIcon component

 

Currently the ConsolePlugins API version is v1alpha1. Since we are going GA with dynamic plugins we should be creating a v1 version.

This would require updates in following repositories:

  1. openshift/api (add the v1 version and generate a new CRD)
  2. openshift/client-go (picku the changes in the openshift/api repo and generate clients & informers for the new v1 version)
  3. openshift/console-operator repository will using both the new v1 version and v1alpha1 in code and manifests folder.

AC:

  • both v1 and v1alpha1 ConsolePlugins should be passed to the console-config.yaml when the plugins are enabled and present on the cluster.

 

NOTE: This story does not include the conversion webhook change which will be created as a follow on story

The extension `console.dashboards/overview/detail/item` doesn't constrain the content to fit the card.

The details-card has an expectation that a <dd> item will be the last item (for spacing between items). Our static details-card items use a component called 'OverviewDetailItem'. This isn't enforced in the extension and can cause undesired padding issues if they just do whatever they want.

I feel our approach here should be making the extension take the props of 'OverviewDetailItem' where 'children' is the new 'component'.

Acceptance Criteria:

  • Deprecate the old extension (in docs, with date/stamp)
  • Make a new extension that applies a stricter type
  • Include this new extension next to the old one (with the error boundary around it)

when defining two proxy endpoints, 
apiVersion: console.openshift.io/v1alpha1
kind: ConsolePlugin
metadata:
...
name: forklift-console-plugin
spec:
displayName: Console Plugin Template
proxy:

  • alias: forklift-inventory
    authorize: true
    service:
    name: forklift-inventory
    namespace: konveyor-forklift
    port: 8443
    type: Service
  • alias: forklift-must-gather-api
    authorize: true
    service:
    name: forklift-must-gather-api
    namespace: konveyor-forklift
    port: 8443
    type: Service

service:
basePath: /
I get two proxy endpoints
/api/proxy/plugin/forklift-console-plugin/forklift-inventory
and
/api/proxy/plugin/forklift-console-plugin/forklift-must-gather-api

but both proxy to the `forklift-must-gather-api` service

e.g.
curl to:
[server url]/api/proxy/plugin/forklift-console-plugin/forklift-inventory
will point to the `forklift-must-gather-api` service, instead of the `forklift-inventory` service

`@openshift-console/plugin-shared` (NPM) is a package that will contain shared components that can be upversioned separately by the Plugins so they can keep core compatibility low but upversion and support more shared components as we need them.

This isn't documented today. We need to do that.

Acceptance Criteria

  • Add a note in the "SDK packages" section of the README about the existence of this package and it's purpose
    • The purpose of being a static utility delivery library intended not to be tied to OpenShift Console versions and compatible with multiple version of OpenShift Console

We neither use nor support static plugin nav extensions anymore so we should remove the API in the static plugin SDK and get rid of related cruft in our current nav components.

 

AC: Remove static plugin nav extensions code. Check the navigation code for any references to the old API.

We should have a global notification or the `Console plugins` page (e.g., k8s/cluster/operator.openshift.io~v1~Console/cluster/console-plugins) should alert users when console operator `spec.managementState` is `Unmanaged` as changes to `enabled` for plugins will have no effect.

Move `frontend/public/components/nav` to `packages/console-app/src/components/nav` and address any issues resulting from the move.

There will be some expected lint errors relating to cyclical imports. These will require some refactoring to address.

The console has good error boundary components that are useful for dynamic plugin.
Exposing them will enable the plugins to get the same look and feel of handling react errors as console
The minimum requirement right now is to expose the ErrorBoundaryFallbackPage component from
https://github.com/openshift/console/blob/master/frontend/packages/console-shared/src/components/error/fallbacks/ErrorBoundaryFallbackPage.tsx

During the development of https://issues.redhat.com/browse/CONSOLE-3062, it was determined additional information is needed in order to assist a user when troubleshooting a Failed plugin (see https://github.com/openshift/console/pull/11664#issuecomment-1159024959). As it stands today, there is no data available to the console to relay to the user regarding why the plugin Failed. Presumably, a message should be added to NotLoadedDynamicPlugin to address this gap.

 

AC: Add `message` property to NotLoadedDynamicPluginInfo type.

Based on API review CONSOLE-3145, we have decided to deprecate the following APIs:

  • useAccessReviewAllowed (use useAccessReview instead)
  • useSafetyFirst

cc Andrew Ballantyne Bryan Florkiewicz 

Currently our `api.md` does not generate docs with "tags" (aka `@deprecated`) – we'll need to add that functionality to the `generate-doc.ts` script. See the code that works for `console-extensions.md`

Epic Goal

  • Enable OpenShift IPI Installer to deploy OCP to a shared VPC in GCP.
  • The host project is where the VPC and subnets are defined. Those networks are shared to one or more service projects.
  • Objects created by the installer are created in the service project where possible. Firewall rules may be the only exception.
  • Documentation outlines the needed minimal IAM for both the host and service project.

Why is this important?

  • Shared VPC's are a feature of GCP to enable granular separation of duties for organizations that centrally manage networking but delegate other functions and separation of billing. This is used more often in larger organizations where separate teams manage subsets of the cloud infrastructure. Enterprises that use this model would also like to create IPI clusters so that they can leverage the features of IPI. Currently organizations that use Shared VPC's must use UPI and implement the features of IPI themselves. This is repetative engineering of little value to the customer and an increased risk of drift from upstream IPI over time. As new features are built into IPI, organizations must become aware of those changes and implement them themselves instead of getting them "for free" during upgrades.

Scenarios

  1. Deploy cluster(s) into service project(s) on network(s) shared from a host project.

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

User Story:

As a user, I want to be able to:

  • skip creating service accounts in Terraform when using passthrough credentialsMode.
  • pass the installer service account to Terraform to be used as the service account for instances when using passthrough credentialsMode.

so that I can achieve

  • creating an IPI cluster using Shared VPC networks using a pre-created service account with the necessary permissions in the Host Project.

Acceptance Criteria:

Description of criteria:

  • Upstream documentation
  • Point 1
  • Point 2
  • Point 3

(optional) Out of Scope:

Detail about what is specifically not being delivered in the story

Engineering Details:

This is a follow up Epic to https://issues.redhat.com/browse/MCO-144, which aimed to get in-place upgrades for Hypershift. This epic aims to capture additional work to focus on using CoreOS/OCP layering into Hypershift, which has benefits such as:

 

 - removing or reducing the need for ignition

 - maintaining feature parity between self-driving and managed OCP models

 - adding additional functionality such as hotfixes

Right now in https://github.com/openshift/hypershift/pull/1258 you can only perform one upgrade at a time. Multiple upgrades will break due to controller logic

 

Properly create logic to handle manifest creation/updates and deletion, so the logic is more bulletproof

Currently not implemented, and will require the MCD hypershift mode to be adjusted to handle disruptionless upgrades like regular MCD

The MCO should properly report its state in a way that's consistent and able to be understood by customers, troubleshooters, and maintainers alike. 

For this epic, "state" means "what is the MCO doing?" – so the goal here is to try to make sure that it's always known what the MCO is doing. 

This includes: 

  • Conditions
  • Some Logging 
  • Possibly Some Events 

While this probably crosses a little bit into the "status" portion of certain MCO objects, as some state is definitely recorded there, this probably shouldn't turn into a "better status reporting" epic.  I'm interpreting "status" to mean "how is it going" so status is maybe a "detail attached to a state". 

 

The current property description is:

configuration represents the current MachineConfig object for the machine config pool.

But in a 4.12.0-ec.4 cluster, the actual semantics seem to be something closer to "the most recent rendered config that we completely leveled on". We should at least update the godocs to be more specific about the intended semantics. And perhaps consider adjusting the semantics?

Changes made in METAL-1 open up opportunities to improve our handling of images by cleaning up redundant code that generates extra work for the user and extra load for the cluster.

We only need to run the image cache DaemonSet if there is a QCOW URL to be mirrored (effectively this means a cluster installed with 4.9 or earlier). We can stop deploying it for new clusters installed with 4.10 or later.

Currently, the image-customization-controller relies on the image cache running on every master to provide the shared hostpath volume containing the ISO and initramfs. The first step is to replace this with a regular volume and an init container in the i-c-c pod that extracts the images from machine-os-images. We can use the copy-metal -image-build flag (instead of -all used in the shared volume) to provide only the required images.

Once i-c-c has its own volume, we can switch the image extraction in the metal3 Pod's init container to use the -pxe flag instead of -all.

The machine-os-images init container for the image cache (not the metal3 Pod) can be removed. The whole image cache deployment is now optional and need only be started if provisioningOSDownloadURL is set (and in fact should be deleted if it is not).

Epic Goal

  • To improve the reliability of disk cleaning before installation and to provide the user with sufficient warning regarding the consequences of the cleaning

Why is this important?

  • Insufficient cleaning can lead to installation failure
  • Insufficient warning can lead to complaints of unexpected data loss

Scenarios

  1.  

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

Description of the problem:

Cluster Installation fail if installation disk has lvm on raid:

Host: test-infra-cluster-3cc862c9-master-0, reached installation stage Failed: failed executing nsenter [--target 1 --cgroup --mount --ipc --pid -- mdadm --stop /dev/md0], Error exit status 1, LastOutput "mdadm: Cannot get exclusive access to /dev/md0:Perhaps a running process, mounted filesystem or active volume group?" 

How reproducible:

100%

Steps to reproduce:

1. Install a cluster while master nodes has disk with LVM on RAID (reproduces using test: https://gitlab.cee.redhat.com/ocp-edge-qe/kni-assisted-installer-auto/-/blob/master/api_tests/test_disk_cleanup.py#L97)

Actual results:

Installation failed

Expected results:

Installation success

Description of the problem:
When running assisted-installer on a machine where is more than one volume group per physical volume. Only the first volume group will be cleaned up. This leads to problems later and will lead to errors such as

Failed - failed executing nsenter [--target 1 --cgroup --mount --ipc --pid -- pvremove /dev/sda -y -ff], Error exit status 5, LastOutput "Can't open /dev/sda exclusively. Mounted filesystem? 

How reproducible:

Set up a VM with more than one volume group per physical volume. As an example, look at the following sample from a customer cluster.

List block devices
/usr/bin/lsblk -o NAME,MAJ:MIN,SIZE,TYPE,FSTYPE,KNAME,MODEL,UUID,WWN,HCTL,VENDOR,STATE,TRAN,PKNAME
NAME              MAJ:MIN   SIZE TYPE FSTYPE      KNAME MODEL            UUID                                   WWN                HCTL       VENDOR   STATE   TRAN PKNAME
loop0               7:0   125.9G loop xfs         loop0                  c080b47b-2291-495c-8cc0-2009ebc39839                                                       
loop1               7:1   885.5M loop squashfs    loop1                                                                                                             
sda                 8:0   894.3G disk             sda   INTEL SSDSC2KG96                                        0x55cd2e415235b2db 1:0:0:0    ATA      running sas  
|-sda1              8:1     250M part             sda1                                                          0x55cd2e415235b2db                                  sda
|-sda2              8:2     750M part ext2        sda2                   3aa73c72-e342-4a07-908c-a8a49767469d   0x55cd2e415235b2db                                  sda
|-sda3              8:3      49G part xfs         sda3                   ffc3ccfe-f150-4361-8ae5-f87b17c13ac2   0x55cd2e415235b2db                                  sda
|-sda4              8:4   394.2G part LVM2_member sda4                   Ua3HOc-Olm4-1rma-q0Ug-PtzI-ZOWg-RJ63uY 0x55cd2e415235b2db                                  sda
`-sda5              8:5     450G part LVM2_member sda5                   W8JqrD-ZvaC-uNK9-Y03D-uarc-Tl4O-wkDdhS 0x55cd2e415235b2db                                  sda
  `-nova-instance 253:0     3.1T lvm  ext4        dm-0                   d15e2de6-2b97-4241-9451-639f7b14594e                                          running      sda5
sdb                 8:16  894.3G disk             sdb   INTEL SSDSC2KG96                                        0x55cd2e415235b31b 1:0:1:0    ATA      running sas  
`-sdb1              8:17  894.3G part LVM2_member sdb1                   6ETObl-EzTd-jLGw-zVNc-lJ5O-QxgH-5wLAqD 0x55cd2e415235b31b                                  sdb
  `-nova-instance 253:0     3.1T lvm  ext4        dm-0                   d15e2de6-2b97-4241-9451-639f7b14594e                                          running      sdb1
sdc                 8:32  894.3G disk             sdc   INTEL SSDSC2KG96                                        0x55cd2e415235b652 1:0:2:0    ATA      running sas  
`-sdc1              8:33  894.3G part LVM2_member sdc1                   pBuktx-XlCg-6Mxs-lddC-qogB-ahXa-Nd9y2p 0x55cd2e415235b652                                  sdc
  `-nova-instance 253:0     3.1T lvm  ext4        dm-0                   d15e2de6-2b97-4241-9451-639f7b14594e                                          running      sdc1
sdd                 8:48  894.3G disk             sdd   INTEL SSDSC2KG96                                        0x55cd2e41521679b7 1:0:3:0    ATA      running sas  
`-sdd1              8:49  894.3G part LVM2_member sdd1                   exVSwU-Pe07-XJ6r-Sfxe-CQcK-tu28-Hxdnqo 0x55cd2e41521679b7                                  sdd
  `-nova-instance 253:0     3.1T lvm  ext4        dm-0                   d15e2de6-2b97-4241-9451-639f7b14594e                                          running      sdd1
sr0                11:0     989M rom  iso9660     sr0   Virtual CDROM0   2022-06-17-18-18-33-00                                    0:0:0:0    AMI      running usb  

Now run the assisted installer and try to install an SNO node on this machine, you will find that the installation will fail with a message that indicates that it could not exclusively access /dev/sda

Actual results:

 The installation will fail with a message that indicates that it could not exclusively access /dev/sda

Expected results:

The installation should proceed and the cluster should start to install.

Suspected Cases
https://issues.redhat.com/browse/AITRIAGE-3809
https://issues.redhat.com/browse/AITRIAGE-3802
https://issues.redhat.com/browse/AITRIAGE-3810

Epic Goal

  • Increase success-rate of of our CI jobs
  • Improve debugability / visibility or tests 

Why is this important?

  • Failed presubmit jobs (required or optional) can make an already tested+approved PR to not get in
  • Failed periodic jobs interfere our visibility around stability of features

Description of problem:

check_pkt_length cannot be offloaded without
1) sFlow offload patches in Openvswitch
2) Hardware driver support.

Since 1) will not be done anytime soon. We need a work around for the check_pkt_length issue.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.11/4.12

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Any flow that has check_pkt_len()
  5-b: Pod -> NodePort Service traffic (Pod Backend - Different Node)
  6-b: Pod -> NodePort Service traffic (Host Backend - Different Node)
  4-b: Pod -> Cluster IP Service traffic (Host Backend - Different Node)
  10-b: Host Pod -> Cluster IP Service traffic (Host Backend - Different Node)
  11-b: Host Pod -> NodePort Service traffic (Pod Backend - Different Node)
  12-b: Host Pod -> NodePort Service traffic (Host Backend - Different Node)   

Actual results:

Poor performance due to upcalls when check_pkt_len() is not supported.

Expected results:

Good performance.

Additional info:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1LHY-Af-2kQHVwtW4aVdHnmwZLTiatiyf-ySffC8O5NM/edit#gid=670206692

OCP/Telco Definition of Done
Epic Template descriptions and documentation.

<--- Cut-n-Paste the entire contents of this description into your new Epic --->

Epic Goal

  • ...

Why is this important?

Scenarios

  1. ...

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • ...

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. ...

Previous Work (Optional):

Open questions::

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

We have been running into a number of problems with configure-ovs and nodeip-configuration selecting different interfaces in OVNK deployments. This causes connectivity issues, so we need some way to ensure that everything uses the same interface/IP.

Currently configure-ovs runs before nodeip-configuration, but since nodeip-configuration is the source of truth for IP selection regardless of CNI plugin, I think we need to look at swapping that order. That way configure-ovs could look at what nodeip-configuration chose and not have to implement its own interface selection logic.

I'm targeting this at 4.12 because even though there's probably still time to get it in for 4.11, changing the order of boot services is always a little risky and I'd prefer to do it earlier in the cycle so we have time to tease out any issues that arise. We may need to consider backporting the change though since this has been an issue at least back to 4.10.

Epic Goal

  • Facilitate the transition to for OLM and content to PSA enforcing the `restricted` security profile
  • Use the label synch'er to enforce the required security profile
  • Current content should work out-of-the-box as is
  • Upgrades should not be blocked

Why is this important?

  • PSA helps secure the cluster by enforcing certain security restrictions that the pod must meet to be scheduled
  • 4.12 will enforce the `restricted` profile, which will affect the deployment of operators in `openshift-*` namespaces 

Scenarios

  1. Admin installs operator in an `openshift-*`namespace that is not managed by the label syncher -> label should be applied
  2. Admin installs operator in an `openshift-*` namespace that has a label asking the label syncher to not reconcile it -> nothing changes

Acceptance Criteria

  • CI - MUST be running successfully with tests automated
  • Release Technical Enablement - Provide necessary release enablement details and documents.
  • Done only downstream
  • Transition documentation written and reviewed

Dependencies (internal and external)

  1. label syncher (still searching for the link)

Open questions::

  1. Is this only for openshift-* namespaces?

Resources

Stakeholders

  • Daniel S...?

Done Checklist

  • CI - CI is running, tests are automated and merged.
  • Release Enablement <link to Feature Enablement Presentation>
  • DEV - Upstream code and tests merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Upstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR or GitHub Issue>
  • DEV - Downstream build attached to advisory: <link to errata>
  • QE - Test plans in Polarion: <link or reference to Polarion>
  • QE - Automated tests merged: <link or reference to automated tests>
  • DOC - Downstream documentation merged: <link to meaningful PR>

As an admin, I would like openshift-* namespaces with an operator to be labeled with security.openshift.io/scc.podSecurityLabelSync=true to ensure the continual functioning of operators without manual intervention. The label should only be applied to openshift-* namespaces with an operator (the presence of a ClusterServiceVersion resource) IF the label is not already present. This automation will help smooth functioning of the cluster and avoid frivolous operational events.

Context: As part of the PSA migration period, Openshift will ship with the "label sync'er" - a controller that will automatically adjust PSA security profiles in response to the workloads present in the namespace. We can assume that not all operators (produced by Red Hat, the community or ISVs) will have successfully migrated their deployments in response to upstream PSA changes. The label sync'er will sync, by default, any namespace not prefixed with "openshift-", of which an explicit label (security.openshift.io/scc.podSecurityLabelSync=true) is required for sync.

A/C:
 - OLM operator has been modified (downstream only) to label any unlabelled "openshift-" namespace in which a CSV has been created
 - If a labeled namespace containing at least one non-copied csv becomes unlabelled, it should be relabelled 
 - The implementation should be done in a way to eliminate or minimize subsequent downstream sync work (it is ok to make slight architectural changes to the OLM operator in the upstream to enable this)

Goal
Provide an indication that advanced features are used

Problem

Today, customers and RH don't have the information on the actual usage of advanced features.

Why is this important?

  1. Better focus upsell efforts
  2. Compliance information for customers that are not aware they are not using the right subscription

 

Prioritized Scenarios

In Scope
1. Add a boolean variable in our telemetry to mark if the customer is using advanced features (PV encryption, encryption with KMS, external mode). 

Not in Scope

Integrate with subscription watch - will be done by the subscription watch team with our help.

Customers

All

Customer Facing Story
As a compliance manager, I should be able to easily see if all my clusters are using the right amount of subscriptions

What does success look like?

A clear indication in subscription watch for ODF usage (either essential or advanced). 

1. Proposed title of this feature request

  • Request to add a bool variable into telemetry which indicates the usage of any of the advanced feature, like PV encryption or KMS encryption or external mode etc.

2. What is the nature and description of the request?

  • Today, customers and RH don't have the information on the actual usage of advanced features. This feature will help RH to have a better indication on the statistics of customers using the advanced features and focus better on upsell efforts.

3. Why does the customer need this? (List the business requirements here)

  • As a compliance manager, I should be able to easily see if all my clusters are using the right amount of subscriptions.

4. List any affected packages or components.

  • Telemetry

_____________________

Link to main epic: https://issues.redhat.com/browse/RHSTOR-3173

 

This epic tracks network tooling improvements for 4.12

New framework and process should be developed to make sharing network tools with devs, support and customers convenient. We are going to add some tools for ovn troubleshooting before ovn-k goes default, also some tools that we got from customer cases, and some more to help analyze and debug collected logs based on stable must-gather/sosreport format we get now thanks to 4.11 Epic.

Our estimation for this Epic is 1 engineer * 2 Sprints

WHY:
This epic is important to help improve the time it takes our customers and our team to understand an issue within the cluster.
A focus of this epic is to develop tools to quickly allow debugging of a problematic cluster. This is crucial for the engineering team to help us scale. We want to provide a tool to our customers to help lower the cognitive burden to get at a root cause of an issue.

 

Alert if any of the ovn controllers disconnected for a period of time from the southbound database using metric ovn_controller_southbound_database_connected.

The metric updates every 2 minutes so please be mindful of this when creating the alert.

If the controller is disconnected for 10 minutes, fire an alert.

DoD: Merged to CNO and tested by QE

Other Complete

This section includes Jira cards that are not linked to either an Epic or a Feature. These tickets were completed when this image was assembled

Description of problem:

Jump looks the worst on gcp, but looking closer Azure and AWS both jumped as well just not as high.

Disruption data indicates that the image registry on GCP was averaging around 30-40 seconds of disruption during an upgrade, until Aug 27th when it jumped to 125-135 seconds and has remained there ever since.

We see similar spikes in ingress-to-console and ingress-to-oauth. NOTE: image registry backend is also behind ingress, so all three are ingress related disruption.

https://datastudio.google.com/s/uBC4zuBFdTE

These charts show the problem on Aug 27 for registry, ingress to console, and ingress to oauth.

sdn network type appears unaffected.

Something merged Aug 26-27 that caused a significant change for anything behind ingress using ovn on gcp.

Description of problem:

TestUnmanagedDNSToManagedDNSInternalIngressController E2E test is failing on the error:
{
unmanaged_dns_test.go:272: failed to verify connectivity with workload with reqURL http://10.0.128.7 using external client: timed out waiting for the condition  

How reproducible:

About 75% of the time.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12

How reproducible:

75%

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Run CI E2E tests on cluster-ingress-operator or 
make test-e2e TEST=TestUnmanagedDNSToManagedDNSInternalIngressController 

Actual results:

E2E test fails about 75% of the time

Expected results:

E2E should always pass

Additional info:

 

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-4089. The following is the description of the original issue:

The kube-state-metric pod inside the openshift-monitoring namespace is not running as expected.

On checking the logs I am able to see that there is a memory panic

~~~
2022-11-22T09:57:17.901790234Z I1122 09:57:17.901768 1 main.go:199] Starting kube-state-metrics self metrics server: 127.0.0.1:8082
2022-11-22T09:57:17.901975837Z I1122 09:57:17.901951 1 main.go:66] levelinfomsgTLS is disabled.http2false
2022-11-22T09:57:17.902389844Z I1122 09:57:17.902291 1 main.go:210] Starting metrics server: 127.0.0.1:8081
2022-11-22T09:57:17.903191857Z I1122 09:57:17.903133 1 main.go:66] levelinfomsgTLS is disabled.http2false
2022-11-22T09:57:17.906272505Z I1122 09:57:17.906224 1 builder.go:191] Active resources: certificatesigningrequests,configmaps,cronjobs,daemonsets,deployments,endpoints,horizontalpodautoscalers,ingresses,jobs,leases,limitranges,mutatingwebhookconfigurations,namespaces,networkpolicies,nodes,persistentvolumeclaims,persistentvolumes,poddisruptionbudgets,pods,replicasets,replicationcontrollers,resourcequotas,secrets,services,statefulsets,storageclasses,validatingwebhookconfigurations,volumeattachments
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z E1122 09:57:17.917560 1 runtime.go:78] Observed a panic: "invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference" (runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference)
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z goroutine 24 [running]:
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime.logPanic(

{0x1635600, 0x2696e10})
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime/runtime.go:74 +0x7d
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime.HandleCrash({0x0, 0x0, 0xfffffffe})
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime/runtime.go:48 +0x75
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z panic({0x1635600, 0x2696e10}

)
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /usr/lib/golang/src/runtime/panic.go:1038 +0x215
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/v2/internal/store.ingressMetricFamilies.func6(0x40)
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/internal/store/ingress.go:136 +0x189
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/v2/internal/store.wrapIngressFunc.func1(

{0x17fe520, 0xc00063b590})
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/internal/store/ingress.go:175 +0x49
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/v2/pkg/metric_generator.(*FamilyGenerator).Generate(...)
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/pkg/metric_generator/generator.go:67
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/v2/pkg/metric_generator.ComposeMetricGenFuncs.func1({0x17fe520, 0xc00063b590}

)
2022-11-22T09:57:17.917758187Z /go/src/k8s.io/kube-state-metrics/pkg/metric_generator/generator.go:107 +0xd8
~~~

Logs are attached to the support case

Description of problem:

The alertmanager pod is stuck on OCP 4.11 with OVN in container Creating State

From oc describe alertmanager pod:
...
Events:
  Type     Reason                  Age                  From     Message
  ----     ------                  ----                 ----     -------
  Warning  FailedCreatePodSandBox  16s (x459 over 17h)  kubelet  (combined from similar events): Failed to create pod sandbox: rpc error: code = Unknown desc = failed to create pod network sandbox k8s_alertmanager-managed-ocs-alertmanager-0_openshift-storage_3a55ed54-4eaa-4f65-8a10-e5d21fad1ebc_0(88575547dc0b210307b89dd2bb8e379ece0962b607ac2707a1c2cf630b1aaa78): error adding pod openshift-storage_alertmanager-managed-ocs-alertmanager-0 to CNI network "multus-cni-network": plugin type="multus" name="multus-cni-network" failed (add): [openshift-storage/alertmanager-managed-ocs-alertmanager-0/3a55ed54-4eaa-4f65-8a10-e5d21fad1ebc:ovn-kubernetes]: error adding container to network "ovn-kubernetes": CNI request failed with status 400: '[openshift-storage/alertmanager-managed-ocs-alertmanager-0 88575547dc0b210307b89dd2bb8e379ece0962b607ac2707a1c2cf630b1aaa78] [openshift

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

OCP 4.11 with OVN

How reproducible:

100%

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Terminate the node on which alertmanager pod is running
2. pod will get stuck in container Creating state
3.

Actual results:

AlertManager pod is stuck in container Creating state

Expected results:

Alertmanager pod is ready

Additional info:

The workaround would be to terminate the alertmanager pod

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-3414. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

The current implementation of new OCI FBC feature omits the creation of the ImageContentSourcePolicy
 and CatalogSource resources

 

Description of problem:

Duplicate notification "Getting started" would be shown on Search page 

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-09-26-111919

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Login OCP as normal user, and change to developer prespective, create a new project
2. Delete the project on page (switch to Administator prespective, go to Home -> Projects page)
3. Switch to Developer prespective, and go to Search page, check the notification "Getting Started"

Actual results:

Two notification shown on page

Expected results:

Only one should exist

Additional info:

 

Failures like:

$ oc login --token=...

Logged into "https://api..." as "..." using the token provided.

Error from server (Timeout): the server was unable to return a response in the time allotted, but may still be processing the request (get projects.project.openshift.io)

break login, which tries to gather information before saving the configuration, including a giant project list.

Ideally login would be able to save the successful login credentials, even when the informative gathering had difficulties. And possibly the informative gathering could be made conditional (--quiet or similar?) so expensive gathering could be skipped in use-cases where the context was not needed.

Tracker bug for bootimage bump in 4.12. This bug should block bugs which need a bootimage bump to fix.

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-3287. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

Configure both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses in api/ingress in install-config.yaml, install the cluster using agent-based installer. The cluster provisioned has only IPv4 stack for API/Ingress

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. As description
2.
3.

Actual results:

The cluster provisioned has only IPv4 stack for API/Ingress

Expected results:

The cluster provisioned has both IPv4 and IPv6 for API/Ingress

Additional info:

 

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-3085. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

IPI on BareMetal Dual stack deployment failed and Bootstrap timed out before completion

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-10-25-210451

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Deploy IPI on BM using Dual stack 
2.
3.

Actual results:

Deployment failed

Expected results:

Should pass

Additional info:

Same deployment works fine on 4.11

Description of problem:

The TestReloadInterval E2E test has completely wrong validations in which the min value should be 1s, not 5s.

But there is a race condition which allow these tests to sometimes pass due to the last test condition.

Therefore, failures in CI are actually correct, and successes are wrong based on the E2E conditions.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12

How reproducible:

50%

Steps to Reproduce:

1.Run TestReloadInterval E2E test (make test-e2e TEST=TestReloadInterval)

Actual results:

Sometimes fails on 5us test case:

reloadinterval_test.go:106: router deployment not updated with RELOAD_INTERVAL=5s: timed out waiting for the condition

Expected results:

Should pass E2E

Additional info:

 

 

 

 

Derrick got an "old and new refs are equal" on rebase error; this is similar to OCPBUGS-1899 but I think has a different root cause. In this case, when a manual rollback is performed via the bootloader, we've computed that there's an osimageurl diff between the expected and desired state, but actually the desired state is already set.

We just need to skip doing the rebase if we're already in the target state.

(A real root of this problem again is that the whole "current/desired config" thing is trying to track state independently of the bootloader...if we made node state == container image, all of that goes away. The MCO would understand that it got booted into a previous state)

Description of problem:

Name of workload get changed, when project and image stream gets changed on reloading the form on the edit deployment page of the workload

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.9 and above

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create a deployment workload
2. Select Edit Deployment option on workload
3. Verify initially name was same as workload name and field was not changeable.
4. Change the project to "openshift", image stream to "golang" or anything and tag to "latest"
5. Reload the form
6. Now check that the name also got changed to golang. 

Actual results:

Name of workload changes when project and image stream name changed on edit deployment page.

Expected results:

Workload name doesn't have to be changed, when image stream name changed on edit deployment page, as name field is not changeable.

Additional info:

While performing automation, I can see the error "the name of the object(imageStreamName) does not match the name on the URL(workloadName)", but while performing this on UI, no errors.

Description:

I was testing the DHCP scenario where only rendezvousIP is specified in the agent-config.yaml and no NMStateConfig is embedded. create-cluster-and-infraenv.service fails on node0 when networkConfig is missing from agent-config.yaml. /etc/assisted/manifests/nmstateconfig.yaml is an empty file.

agent-config.yaml used:

metadata:
name: ostest
namespace: cluster0
spec:
rendezvousIP: 192.168.122.2

Steps to reproduce:

1. Create agent.iso using install-config.yaml and agent-config.yaml
2. Deploy cluster using agent.iso
3. Log into node0 and create-cluster-and-infraenv.service will be displayed as a failed unit.

Expected:

create-cluster-and-infraenv.service in success state

Actual:

create-cluster-and-infraenv.service in failed state

Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 podman[2681]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=info msg="releaseImage version 4.11.0-0.okd-2022-08-04-074610 cpuarch x86_64"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 create-cluster-and-infraenv[2693]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=info msg="Registered cluster with id: 1cc3ea1a-5bbc-4c4d-ad66-6e052800fb0c"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 create-cluster-and-infraenv[2693]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=info msg="Registering infraenv"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 podman[2681]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=info msg="Registered cluster with id: 1cc3ea1a-5bbc-4c4d-ad66-6e052800fb0c"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 podman[2681]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=info msg="Registering infraenv"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 create-cluster-and-infraenv[2693]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=fatal msg="Failed to register infraenv with assisted-service: nmstateconfig should have at least one label set matching the infra-env label selector"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 podman[2681]: time="2022-08-05T08:27:59Z" level=fatal msg="Failed to register infraenv with assisted-service: nmstateconfig should have at least one label set matching the infra-env label selector"
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 systemd[1]: create-cluster-and-infraenv.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 systemd[1]: create-cluster-and-infraenv.service: Failed with result 'exit-code'.
Aug 05 08:27:59 control1 systemd[1]: Failed to start Service that creates initial cluster and infraenv.

/etc/assisted/manifests/nmstateconfig.yaml is an empty file.

[core@control1 ~]$ sudo cat /etc/assisted/manifests/nmstateconfig.yaml
[core@control1 ~]$

And possibly other alerts.  Declaring namespace labels on alerts makes it easy to find the source or affected resource, as described here. But because Insights alerts are based on metrics exported by the cluster-version operator, they inherit source information from the CVO, and end up looking like:

ALERTS{alertname="SimpleContentAccessNotAvailable", alertstate="firing", condition="SCAAvailable", endpoint="metrics", instance="10.58.57.116:9099", job="cluster-version-operator", name="insights", namespace="openshift-cluster-version", pod="cluster-version-operator-5d8579fb58-p5hfn", prometheus="openshift-monitoring/k8s", reason="NotFound", receive="true", service="cluster-version-operator", severity="info"}

Adding namespace: openshift-insights to the labels block for InsightsDisabled and SimpleContentAccessNotAvailable would avoid this confusion.

You might also want to clear the job and service labels as irrelevant source information. And you might want to clear the pod label to avoid churning alerts when the CVO rolls out a new pod. You can get the label clearing by wrapping the expr with max without (job, pod, service) (...) or similar.

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-4168. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

Prometheus continuously restarts due to slow WAL replay

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

openshift - 4.11.13

How reproducible:

 

Steps to Reproduce:

1.
2.
3.

Actual results:

 

Expected results:

 

Additional info:

 

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-4950. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

A PR bumping OLM's k8s dependencies to 1.25 wasn't merged into openshift 4.12

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

openshift-4.12

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Check OLM's repository for k8s dependencies in the 4.12 branch

Actual results:

Has 1.24 k8s dependencies

Expected results:

Has 1.25 k8s dependencies

Additional info:

 

 

Description of problem:

The default catalogSources are not being ran in restricted mode.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create an 4.12 openshift cluster
2. Check the securityContextConfig for the default catalogSources

Actual results:

$ k get catsrc  -n openshift-marketplace -o yaml | grep securityContextConfig
    securityContextConfig: legacy
    securityContextConfig: legacy
    securityContextConfig: legacy
    securityContextConfig: legacy

Expected results:

$ k get catsrc  -n openshift-marketplace -o yaml | grep securityContextConfig
      securityContextConfig: restricted
      securityContextConfig: restricted
      securityContextConfig: restricted
      securityContextConfig: restricted

Additional info:

 

 

 

 

Description of problem:

For OVNK to become CNCF complaint, we need to support session affinity timeout feature and enable the e2e's on OpenShift side. This bug tracks the efforts to get this into 4.12 OCP.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

 

How reproducible:

 

Steps to Reproduce:

1.
2.
3.

Actual results:

 

Expected results:

 

Additional info:

 

Description of problem:
When the user selects Serverless as an import strategy and tried to import a Devfile, the import fails because of an invalid Deployment.

Could reproduce this already in 4.11, but its even more prominent in 4.12 when the console automatically selects the resource type serverless when the Serverless operator is installed.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Works on 4.10
Failed on 4.11 and 4.12 master

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install and setup Serverless operator
1. Switch to dev perspective, navigate to add > import from git
3. Enter a non-Devfile git URL like https://github.com/jerolimov/nodeinfo
4. On 4.11 select resource type Serverless (on 4.12 this should be selected automatically)
5. Update the git URL to a repo with a Devfile like https://github.com/nodeshift-starters/devfile-sample
6. Press create

Actual results:
Import fails with error:

Error "Invalid value: "": name part must be non-empty" for field "spec.template.labels".

Expected results:
Devfile should be imported

Additional info:

Description of the problem:

During install, we assume all PVs on a host have been added to a volume group and only remove them if they are. This could let other PVs that are not attached to volume groups persist and prevent coreos from installing properly. 

Relevant assisted installer links:

https://github.com/openshift/assisted-installer/blob/9bec593930995220a2a4550b067f5a186de3b042/src/installer/installer.go#L809 

https://github.com/openshift/assisted-installer/blob/9bec593930995220a2a4550b067f5a186de3b042/src/ops/ops.go#L414

 

Found while investigating triage issue https://issues.redhat.com/browse/AITRIAGE-4017 

See slack thread for more details https://coreos.slack.com/archives/C02CP89N4VC/p1663263128420489 

How reproducible:

100%

Steps to reproduce:

1. Create a host with a PV w/o a volume group

2. Add host to cluster and install 

3. Observe the install fail

Actual results:

Installation fails with 

"Error: checking for exclusive access to /dev/sda 
Caused by:
| 0: couldn't reread partition table: device is in use |
| 1: EBUSY: Device or resource busy" 

Expected results:

All PVs and VGs are removed so that the installation will succeed

Description of problem:

Customer is not able anymore to provision new baremetal nodes in 4.10.35 using the same rootDeviceHints used in 4.10.10.
Customer uses HP DL360 Gen10, with exteranal SAN storage that is seen by the system as a multipath device. Latest IPA versions are implementing some changes to avoid wiping shared disks and this seems to affect what we should provide as rootDeviceHints.
They used to put /dev/sda as rootDeviceHints, in 4.10.35 it doesn't make the IPA write the image to the disk anymore because it sees the disk as part of a multipath device, we tried using the on top multipath device /dev/dm-0, the system is then able to write the image to the disk but then it gets stuck when it tried to issue a partprobe command, rebooting the systems to boot from the disk does not seem to help complete the provisioning, no workaround so far.

 

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

 

How reproducible:

by trying to provisioning a baremetal node with a multipath device.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create a new BMH using a multipath device as rootDeviceHints
2.
3.

Actual results:

The node does not get provisioned

Expected results:

the node gets provisioned correctly

Additional info:

 

When multi-cluster is enabled, it possible to get in a situation where you can't cancel login. If you select a cluster you don't know the credentials for, console will remember the last cluster and repeatedly send you to the login page with no way to cancel or go back. If we decide to set the last cluster in the user's preferences, it might be possible to get stuck even if you clear cookies and localStorage.

There are similar issues logging into cluster that are hibernating. See attached video.

cc Scott Berens

Description of problem:
Latest implementation of history pruner (pr805 [1]) had increased max upgrade history in cvo to 100, and implemented a weight based pruning priority strategy for in case history length grows any larger. This pruning however is not happening, letting history grow uncontrollably, and potentially reach resource limits of etcd or kubernetes.

Observed the following while running continuous upgrade-rollback cycles:

$ oc get clusterversion version -o json | jq '.status.history|length'
203

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-08-23-223922
4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-08-23-153511

How reproducible:
1/1

Steps to Reproduce:
Same as described in bz2097067 [2], with addition of waiting a few minutes after the first rollback to allow it to reach 'Completed' state.

Actual results:
History grows uncontrollably

Expected results:
History should be pruned to keep max size of 100

Additional info:

[1] https://github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pull/805
[2] https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=2097067#c4

Description of problem:
Users on a disconnected cluster with a proxy could not import a Devfile (from GitHub).

The API call /api/devfile/ takes 30 seconds until it fails with 504 Gateway timeout.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
This might happen since 4.8

Tested this yet only on 4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-09-07-112008

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:

  1. Start a disconnected cluster with a proxy
  2. Open the browser network inspector and filter for /api/devfile
  3. Switch to Developer perspective
  4. Navigate to Add > Developer Catalog (All Services) > Devfiles
  5. Select a Devfile like Basic Go (https://github.com/devfile-samples/devfile-sample-go-basic.git)
  6. Press Create

Actual results:

  • Network call fails after 30 seconds
  • Import doesn't work

Expected results:

  • Import should create a Deployment and switch to topology view

Additional info:
The console Pod log contains this error:

E0909 10:28:18.448680 1 devfile-handler.go:74] Failed to parse devfile: failed to populateAndParseDevfile: Get "https://registry.devfile.io/devfiles/go": context deadline exceeded (Client.Timeout exceeded while awaiting headers)

Description of problem:

seeing test failure due to panic in cvo here:

Undiagnosed panic detected in pod expand_less
              0s

                {  pods/openshift-cluster-version_cluster-version-operator-96cf55b5-rffgt_cluster-version-operator_previous.log.gz:E0915 18:38:42.763315       1 runtime.go:79] Observed a panic: "invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference" (runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference)
pods/openshift-cluster-version_cluster-version-operator-96cf55b5-rffgt_cluster-version-operator_previous.log.gz:E0915 18:38:42.763418       1 runtime.go:79] Observed a panic: "invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference" (runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference)}

full error from logs:

/E0915 18:38:42.763315       1 runtime.go:79] Observed a panic: "invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference" (runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference)
goroutine 187 [running]:
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime.logPanic({0x1934980?, 0x2bc6240})
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime/runtime.go:75 +0x99
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime.HandleCrash({0x0, 0x0, 0x4d2604?})
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/runtime/runtime.go:49 +0x75
panic({0x1934980, 0x2bc6240})
	/usr/lib/golang/src/runtime/panic.go:838 +0x207
github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo.(*SyncWorker).calculateNext(0xc0015c6000, 0xc001df2000)
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo/sync_worker.go:716 +0x14d
github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo.(*SyncWorker).Start.func1()
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo/sync_worker.go:575 +0x2a9
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait.BackoffUntil.func1(0x10000000000?)
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait/wait.go:155 +0x3e
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait.BackoffUntil(0xc001df2000?, {0x1e44e60, 0xc002739f50}, 0x1, 0xc00058e0c0)
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait/wait.go:156 +0xb6
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait.JitterUntil(0x0?, 0x989680, 0x0, 0x60?, 0x0?)
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait/wait.go:133 +0x89
k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait.Until(...)
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/vendor/k8s.io/apimachinery/pkg/util/wait/wait.go:90
github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo.(*SyncWorker).Start(0xc0015c6000?, {0x1e5eb30?, 0xc0000cacc0?}, 0x10?, {0x0?, 0x0?}, {0x0?, 0x0?})
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo/sync_worker.go:556 +0x145
github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo.(*Operator).Run.func2()
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo/cvo.go:387 +0x83
created by github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo.(*Operator).Run
	/go/src/github.com/openshift/cluster-version-operator/pkg/cvo/cvo.go:385 +0x4af
E0915 18:38:42.763418       1 runtime.go:79] Observed a panic: "invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference" (runtime error: invalid memory address or nil pointer dereference) 

 

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

 

How reproducible:

currently unsure hit this in a test run, but shouldn't ever panic.

Steps to Reproduce:

1.
2.
3.

Actual results:

panic in cvo pod

Expected results:

no panic in cvo pod

Additional info:

 

Description of problem:

The current version of openshift/cluster-dns-operator vendors Kubernetes 1.24 packages.  OpenShift 4.12 is based on Kubernetes 1.25.  

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Check https://github.com/openshift/cluster-dns-operator/blob/release-4.12/go.mod  

Actual results:

Kubernetes packages (k8s.io/api, k8s.io/apimachinery, and k8s.io/client-go) are at version v0.24.0.

Expected results:

Kubernetes packages are at version v0.25.0 or later.

Additional info:

Using old Kubernetes API and client packages brings risk of API compatibility issues.

Description of problem:

The path used by --rotated-pod-logs to gather the rotated pod logs from /var/log/pods node folder via /api/v1/nodes/${NODE}/proxy/logs/${LOG_PATH} is only valid for regular pods but not for static pods.

The main problem is that, while normal pods have their rotated logs at this /var/log/pods/${POD_NAME}_${POD_UID_IN_API}/${CONTAINER_NAME}, static pods have them at /var/log/pods/${POD_NAME}_${CONFIG_HASH}/${CONTAINER_NAME} because the UID cannot be known at the time that the static pod is born (because static pods are created by kubelet before registering them in the kube-apiserver, and UID is assigned by the kube-apiserver).

The visible results of that are:

  • Spurious errors of not found resources related to the pods.
  • Rotated pod logs are not gathered even if present.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.10

How reproducible:

Always if there are static pods.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. oc adm inspect --rotated-pod-logs ns/openshift-etcd (or any other project with static pods).

Actual results:

  • Rotated pods not gathered.
  • Errors like these
    error: errors occurred while gathering data:
        one or more errors occurred while gathering pod-specific data for namespace: openshift-etcd
    
        [one or more errors occurred while gathering container data for pod etcd-master-0.example.net:
    
        the server could not find the requested resource, one or more errors occurred while gathering container data for pod etcd-master-1.example.net:
    
        the server could not find the requested resource, one or more errors occurred while gathering container data for pod etcd-master-2.example.net:
    
        the server could not find the requested resource]
    

Expected results:

No errors like the ones above and rotated pod logs to be gathered, if present.

Additional info:

Despite being marked as experimental, this --rotated-pod-logs is used in must-gather, so this issue can be easily reproduced by just running a default must-gather. I focused on bare oc adm inspect reproducers for simplicity.

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-3283. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

We discovered that we are shipping unnecesary RBAC in https://coreos.slack.com/archives/CC3CZCQHM/p1667571136730989 .

This RBAC was only used 4.2 and 4.3 for

  • for making a switch from configMaps to leases in leader election

and we should remove it

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):{code:none}

How reproducible:

 

Steps to Reproduce:

1.
2.
3.

Actual results:

 

Expected results:

 

Additional info:

 

job=pull-ci-openshift-origin-master-e2e-gcp-builds=all

This test has started permafailing on e2e-gcp-builds:

[sig-builds][Feature:Builds][Slow] s2i build with environment file in sources Building from a template should create a image from "test-env-build.json" template and run it in a pod [apigroup:build.openshift.io][apigroup:image.openshift.io]

The error in the test says

Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:21 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Pulling: Pulling image "image-registry.openshift-image-registry.svc:5000/e2e-test-build-sti-env-nglnt/test@sha256:262820fd1a94d68442874346f4c4024fdf556631da51cbf37ce69de094f56fe8"
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:23 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Pulled: Successfully pulled image "image-registry.openshift-image-registry.svc:5000/e2e-test-build-sti-env-nglnt/test@sha256:262820fd1a94d68442874346f4c4024fdf556631da51cbf37ce69de094f56fe8" in 1.763914719s
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:23 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Created: Created container test
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:23 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Started: Started container test
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:24 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Pulled: Container image "image-registry.openshift-image-registry.svc:5000/e2e-test-build-sti-env-nglnt/test@sha256:262820fd1a94d68442874346f4c4024fdf556631da51cbf37ce69de094f56fe8" already present on machine
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:25 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} Unhealthy: Readiness probe failed: Get "http://10.129.2.63:8080/": dial tcp 10.129.2.63:8080: connect: connection refused
Sep 13 07:03:30.345: INFO: At 2022-09-13 07:00:26 +0000 UTC - event for build-test-pod: {kubelet ci-op-kg1t2x13-4e3c6-7hrm8-worker-a-66nwd} BackOff: Back-off restarting failed container

Description of problem:

Machine cannot go into Failed phase when providing an invalid vmSize, it stuck in Provisioning, and the prompt message is not accurate.

The case works well in 4.11 and previous versions, it’s a regression issue on 4.12, and seems introduced here: 
https://github.com/openshift/machine-api-provider-azure/pull/32/files#diff-af805e1e45f03df0b5b56ff4413e5ad52cd31904a94d37e8e916751953e4687dR565

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-09-28-204419

How reproducible:

always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Create a machineset with invalid vmSize

vmSize: invalid

liuhuali@Lius-MacBook-Pro huali-test % oc create -f ms1.yaml               
machineset.machine.openshift.io/huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1 created

liuhuali@Lius-MacBook-Pro huali-test % oc get machine
NAME                                                 PHASE          TYPE              REGION           ZONE   AGE
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-6gbdw                        Provisioning                                             4m58s
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-master-0                       Running        Standard_D8s_v3   southcentralus   1      5h11m
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-master-1                       Running        Standard_D8s_v3   southcentralus   2      5h11m
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-master-2                       Running        Standard_D8s_v3   southcentralus   3      5h11m
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-worker-southcentralus1-9hgmk   Running        Standard_D4s_v3   southcentralus   1      4h56m
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-worker-southcentralus2-44mf6   Running        Standard_D4s_v3   southcentralus   2      4h56m
huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-worker-southcentralus3-4m9b7   Running        Standard_D4s_v3   southcentralus   3      4h56m
liuhuali@Lius-MacBook-Pro huali-test % oc get machine huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-6gbdw  -o yaml
apiVersion: machine.openshift.io/v1beta1
kind: Machine
metadata:
  creationTimestamp: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
  finalizers:
  - machine.machine.openshift.io
  generateName: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-
  generation: 2
  labels:
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-cluster: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machine-role: worker
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machine-type: worker
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machineset: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1
  name: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-6gbdw
  namespace: openshift-machine-api
  ownerReferences:
  - apiVersion: machine.openshift.io/v1beta1
    blockOwnerDeletion: true
    controller: true
    kind: MachineSet
    name: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1
    uid: f729cb01-274a-4c6e-8f69-808cff412fe3
  resourceVersion: "174604"
  uid: 2c4b9dd4-5666-47cd-8fc5-38bac0b9cad1
spec:
  lifecycleHooks: {}
  metadata: {}
  providerSpec:
    value:
      acceleratedNetworking: true
      apiVersion: machine.openshift.io/v1beta1
      credentialsSecret:
        name: azure-cloud-credentials
        namespace: openshift-machine-api
      diagnostics: {}
      image:
        offer: ""
        publisher: ""
        resourceID: /resourceGroups/huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-rg/providers/Microsoft.Compute/images/huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-gen2
        sku: ""
        version: ""
      kind: AzureMachineProviderSpec
      location: southcentralus
      managedIdentity: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-identity
      metadata:
        creationTimestamp: null
        name: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2
      networkResourceGroup: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-rg
      osDisk:
        diskSettings: {}
        diskSizeGB: 128
        managedDisk:
          storageAccountType: Premium_LRS
        osType: Linux
      publicIP: false
      publicLoadBalancer: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2
      resourceGroup: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-rg
      subnet: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-worker-subnet
      userDataSecret:
        name: worker-user-data
      vmSize: invalid
      vnet: huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-vnet
      zone: "1"
status:
  conditions:
  - lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
    status: "True"
    type: Drainable
  - lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
    message: Instance has not been created
    reason: InstanceNotCreated
    severity: Warning
    status: "False"
    type: InstanceExists
  - lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
    status: "True"
    type: Terminable
  lastUpdated: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
  phase: Provisioning
  providerStatus:
    conditions:
    - lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T06:36:03Z"
      message: 'failed to create nic huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-6gbdw-nic for machine
        huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-1-6gbdw: failed to find sku invalid'
      reason: MachineCreationFailed
      status: "True"
      type: MachineCreated
    metadata: {}

machine-controller log:
...
W0929 11:38:25.817887       1 controller.go:382] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: failed to create machine: requeue in: 20s
I0929 11:38:25.817905       1 controller.go:412] Actuator returned requeue-after error: requeue in: 20s
I0929 11:38:25.817984       1 logr.go:252] events "msg"="Warning"  "message"="CreateError: failed to reconcile machine \"huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2\"s: failed to create nic huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2-nic for machine huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: failed to find sku invalid" "object"={"kind":"Machine","namespace":"openshift-machine-api","name":"huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2","uid":"bab43f44-7da9-4b62-bbdc-01a180cc1de7","apiVersion":"machine.openshift.io/v1beta1","resourceVersion":"316506"} "reason"="FailedCreate"
I0929 11:38:25.817989       1 controller.go:187] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: reconciling Machine
I0929 11:38:25.818015       1 actuator.go:213] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: actuator checking if machine exists
W0929 11:38:25.916417       1 virtualmachines.go:99] vm huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2 not found: %!w(string=compute.VirtualMachinesClient#Get: Failure responding to request: StatusCode=404 -- Original Error: autorest/azure: Service returned an error. Status=404 Code="ResourceNotFound" Message="The Resource 'Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines/huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2' under resource group 'huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-rg' was not found. For more details please go to https://aka.ms/ARMResourceNotFoundFix")
I0929 11:38:25.916463       1 controller.go:380] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: reconciling machine triggers idempotent create
I0929 11:38:25.916476       1 actuator.go:85] Creating machine huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2
I0929 11:38:25.917540       1 machine_scope.go:176] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: status unchanged
I0929 11:38:25.917596       1 machine_scope.go:192] huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: patching machine
E0929 11:38:25.941083       1 actuator.go:79] Machine error: failed to reconcile machine "huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2"s: failed to create nic huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2-nic for machine huliu-azure02pr-jmvl2-invalid-lzzb2: failed to find sku invalid

Actual results:

Machine stuck in Provisioning, the prompt message is not accurate

Expected results:

Machine go into Failed phase and give InvalidConfiguration error, as the previous versions. 

Additional info:

test result on previous version:

liuhuali@Lius-MacBook-Pro huali-test % oc get machine
NAME                               PHASE     TYPE              REGION   ZONE   AGE
jfan49-jn66b-master-0              Running   Standard_D8s_v3   westus          6h27m
jfan49-jn66b-master-1              Running   Standard_D8s_v3   westus          6h27m
jfan49-jn66b-master-2              Running   Standard_D8s_v3   westus          6h27m
jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt        Failed                                      61s
jfan49-jn66b-worker-westus-2fz6b   Running   Standard_D4s_v3   westus          6h21m
jfan49-jn66b-worker-westus-6fkgb   Running   Standard_D4s_v3   westus          6h21m
jfan49-jn66b-worker-westus-k74gf   Running   Standard_D4s_v3   westus          6h21m
liuhuali@Lius-MacBook-Pro huali-test % oc get machine jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt  -o yaml
apiVersion: machine.openshift.io/v1beta1
kind: Machine
metadata:
  annotations:
    machine.openshift.io/instance-state: Unknown
  creationTimestamp: "2022-09-29T08:50:13Z"
  finalizers:
  - machine.machine.openshift.io
  generateName: jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-
  generation: 2
  labels:
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-cluster: jfan49-jn66b
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machine-role: worker
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machine-type: worker
    machine.openshift.io/cluster-api-machineset: jfan49-jn66b-worker-1
  name: jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt
  namespace: openshift-machine-api
  ownerReferences:
  - apiVersion: machine.openshift.io/v1beta1
    blockOwnerDeletion: true
    controller: true
    kind: MachineSet
    name: jfan49-jn66b-worker-1
    uid: 4319d2e2-3ee2-4cb2-a7b4-5a0d4e1ea3d7
  resourceVersion: "128119"
  uid: 7d9e4bbe-7c37-416e-a133-577476937b7a
spec:
  metadata: {}
  providerSpec:
    value:
      apiVersion: azureproviderconfig.openshift.io/v1beta1
      credentialsSecret:
        name: azure-cloud-credentials
        namespace: openshift-machine-api
      image:
        offer: ""
        publisher: ""
        resourceID: /resourceGroups/jfan49-jn66b-rg/providers/Microsoft.Compute/images/jfan49-jn66b
        sku: ""
        version: ""
      kind: AzureMachineProviderSpec
      location: westus
      managedIdentity: jfan49-jn66b-identity
      metadata:
        creationTimestamp: null
        name: jfan49-jn66b
      networkResourceGroup: jfan49-jn66b-rg
      osDisk:
        diskSizeGB: 128
        managedDisk:
          storageAccountType: Premium_LRS
        osType: Linux
      publicIP: false
      publicLoadBalancer: jfan49-jn66b
      resourceGroup: jfan49-jn66b-rg
      subnet: jfan49-jn66b-worker-subnet
      userDataSecret:
        name: worker-user-data
      vmSize: invalid
      vnet: jfan49-jn66b-vnet
      zone: ""
status:
  conditions:
  - lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T08:50:13Z"
    message: Instance has not been created
    reason: InstanceNotCreated
    severity: Warning
    status: "False"
    type: InstanceExists
  errorMessage: 'failed to reconcile machine "jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt": failed
    to create vm jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt: failure sending request for machine
    jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt: cannot create vm: compute.VirtualMachinesClient#CreateOrUpdate:
    Failure sending request: StatusCode=400 -- Original Error: Code="InvalidParameter"
    Message="The value invalid provided for the VM size is not valid. The valid sizes
    in the current region are: Standard_B1ls,Standard_B1ms,Standard_B1s,Standard_B2ms,Standard_B2s,Standard_B4ms,Standard_B8ms,Standard_B12ms,Standard_B16ms,Standard_B20ms,Standard_E2_v4,Standard_E4_v4,Standard_E8_v4,Standard_E16_v4,Standard_E20_v4,Standard_E32_v4,Standard_E2d_v4,Standard_E4d_v4,Standard_E8d_v4,Standard_E16d_v4,Standard_E20d_v4,Standard_E32d_v4,Standard_E2s_v4,Standard_E4-2s_v4,Standard_E4s_v4,Standard_E8-2s_v4,Standard_E8-4s_v4,Standard_E8s_v4,Standard_E16-4s_v4,Standard_E16-8s_v4,Standard_E16s_v4,Standard_E20s_v4,Standard_E32-8s_v4,Standard_E32-16s_v4,Standard_E32s_v4,Standard_E2ds_v4,Standard_E4-2ds_v4,Standard_E4ds_v4,Standard_E8-2ds_v4,Standard_E8-4ds_v4,Standard_E8ds_v4,Standard_E16-4ds_v4,Standard_E16-8ds_v4,Standard_E16ds_v4,Standard_E20ds_v4,Standard_E32-8ds_v4,Standard_E32-16ds_v4,Standard_E32ds_v4,Standard_D2d_v4,Standard_D4d_v4,Standard_D8d_v4,Standard_D16d_v4,Standard_D32d_v4,Standard_D48d_v4,Standard_D64d_v4,Standard_D2_v4,Standard_D4_v4,Standard_D8_v4,Standard_D16_v4,Standard_D32_v4,Standard_D48_v4,Standard_D64_v4,Standard_D2ds_v4,Standard_D4ds_v4,Standard_D8ds_v4,Standard_D16ds_v4,Standard_D32ds_v4,Standard_D48ds_v4,Standard_D64ds_v4,Standard_D2s_v4,Standard_D4s_v4,Standard_D8s_v4,Standard_D16s_v4,Standard_D32s_v4,Standard_D48s_v4,Standard_D64s_v4,Standard_D1_v2,Standard_D2_v2,Standard_D3_v2,Standard_D4_v2,Standard_D5_v2,Standard_D11_v2,Standard_D12_v2,Standard_D13_v2,Standard_D14_v2,Standard_D15_v2,Standard_D2_v2_Promo,Standard_D3_v2_Promo,Standard_D4_v2_Promo,Standard_D5_v2_Promo,Standard_D11_v2_Promo,Standard_D12_v2_Promo,Standard_D13_v2_Promo,Standard_D14_v2_Promo,Standard_F1,Standard_F2,Standard_F4,Standard_F8,Standard_F16,Standard_DS1_v2,Standard_DS2_v2,Standard_DS3_v2,Standard_DS4_v2,Standard_DS5_v2,Standard_DS11-1_v2,Standard_DS11_v2,Standard_DS12-1_v2,Standard_DS12-2_v2,Standard_DS12_v2,Standard_DS13-2_v2,Standard_DS13-4_v2,Standard_DS13_v2,Standard_DS14-4_v2,Standard_DS14-8_v2,Standard_DS14_v2,Standard_DS15_v2,Standard_DS2_v2_Promo,Standard_DS3_v2_Promo,Standard_DS4_v2_Promo,Standard_DS5_v2_Promo,Standard_DS11_v2_Promo,Standard_DS12_v2_Promo,Standard_DS13_v2_Promo,Standard_DS14_v2_Promo,Standard_F1s,Standard_F2s,Standard_F4s,Standard_F8s,Standard_F16s,Standard_A1_v2,Standard_A2m_v2,Standard_A2_v2,Standard_A4m_v2,Standard_A4_v2,Standard_A8m_v2,Standard_A8_v2,Standard_D2_v3,Standard_D4_v3,Standard_D8_v3,Standard_D16_v3,Standard_D32_v3,Standard_D48_v3,Standard_D64_v3,Standard_D2s_v3,Standard_D4s_v3,Standard_D8s_v3,Standard_D16s_v3,Standard_D32s_v3,Standard_D48s_v3,Standard_D64s_v3,Standard_E2_v3,Standard_E4_v3,Standard_E8_v3,Standard_E16_v3,Standard_E20_v3,Standard_E32_v3,Standard_E2s_v3,Standard_E4-2s_v3,Standard_E4s_v3,Standard_E8-2s_v3,Standard_E8-4s_v3,Standard_E8s_v3,Standard_E16-4s_v3,Standard_E16-8s_v3,Standard_E16s_v3,Standard_E20s_v3,Standard_E32-8s_v3,Standard_E32-16s_v3,Standard_E32s_v3,Standard_F2s_v2,Standard_F4s_v2,Standard_F8s_v2,Standard_F16s_v2,Standard_F32s_v2,Standard_F48s_v2,Standard_F64s_v2,Standard_F72s_v2,Standard_E48_v4,Standard_E64_v4,Standard_E48d_v4,Standard_E64d_v4,Standard_E48s_v4,Standard_E64-16s_v4,Standard_E64-32s_v4,Standard_E64s_v4,Standard_E80is_v4,Standard_E48ds_v4,Standard_E64-16ds_v4,Standard_E64-32ds_v4,Standard_E64ds_v4,Standard_E80ids_v4,Standard_E48_v3,Standard_E64_v3,Standard_E48s_v3,Standard_E64-16s_v3,Standard_E64-32s_v3,Standard_E64s_v3,Standard_A0,Standard_A1,Standard_A2,Standard_A3,Standard_A5,Standard_A4,Standard_A6,Standard_A7,Basic_A0,Basic_A1,Basic_A2,Basic_A3,Basic_A4,Standard_NC4as_T4_v3,Standard_NC8as_T4_v3,Standard_NC16as_T4_v3,Standard_NC64as_T4_v3,Standard_M64,Standard_M64m,Standard_M128,Standard_M128m,Standard_M8-2ms,Standard_M8-4ms,Standard_M8ms,Standard_M16-4ms,Standard_M16-8ms,Standard_M16ms,Standard_M32-8ms,Standard_M32-16ms,Standard_M32ls,Standard_M32ms,Standard_M32ts,Standard_M64-16ms,Standard_M64-32ms,Standard_M64ls,Standard_M64ms,Standard_M64s,Standard_M128-32ms,Standard_M128-64ms,Standard_M128ms,Standard_M128s,Standard_M32ms_v2,Standard_M64ms_v2,Standard_M64s_v2,Standard_M128ms_v2,Standard_M128s_v2,Standard_M192ims_v2,Standard_M192is_v2,Standard_M32dms_v2,Standard_M64dms_v2,Standard_M64ds_v2,Standard_M128dms_v2,Standard_M128ds_v2,Standard_M192idms_v2,Standard_M192ids_v2,Standard_E64i_v3,Standard_E64is_v3,Standard_D1,Standard_D2,Standard_D3,Standard_D4,Standard_D11,Standard_D12,Standard_D13,Standard_D14,Standard_DS1,Standard_DS2,Standard_DS3,Standard_DS4,Standard_DS11,Standard_DS12,Standard_DS13,Standard_DS14,Standard_DC8_v2,Standard_DC1s_v2,Standard_DC2s_v2,Standard_DC4s_v2,Standard_L8s_v2,Standard_L16s_v2,Standard_L32s_v2,Standard_L48s_v2,Standard_L64s_v2,Standard_L80s_v2,Standard_NV4as_v4,Standard_NV8as_v4,Standard_NV16as_v4,Standard_NV32as_v4,Standard_G1,Standard_G2,Standard_G3,Standard_G4,Standard_G5,Standard_GS1,Standard_GS2,Standard_GS3,Standard_GS4,Standard_GS4-4,Standard_GS4-8,Standard_GS5,Standard_GS5-8,Standard_GS5-16,Standard_L4s,Standard_L8s,Standard_L16s,Standard_L32s,Standard_DC2as_v5,Standard_DC4as_v5,Standard_DC8as_v5,Standard_DC16as_v5,Standard_DC32as_v5,Standard_DC48as_v5,Standard_DC64as_v5,Standard_DC96as_v5,Standard_DC2ads_v5,Standard_DC4ads_v5,Standard_DC8ads_v5,Standard_DC16ads_v5,Standard_DC32ads_v5,Standard_DC48ads_v5,Standard_DC64ads_v5,Standard_DC96ads_v5,Standard_EC2as_v5,Standard_EC4as_v5,Standard_EC8as_v5,Standard_EC16as_v5,Standard_EC20as_v5,Standard_EC32as_v5,Standard_EC48as_v5,Standard_EC64as_v5,Standard_EC96as_v5,Standard_EC96ias_v5,Standard_EC2ads_v5,Standard_EC4ads_v5,Standard_EC8ads_v5,Standard_EC16ads_v5,Standard_EC20ads_v5,Standard_EC32ads_v5,Standard_EC48ads_v5,Standard_EC64ads_v5,Standard_EC96ads_v5,Standard_EC96iads_v5,Standard_D2ds_v5,Standard_D4ds_v5,Standard_D8ds_v5,Standard_D16ds_v5,Standard_D32ds_v5,Standard_D48ds_v5,Standard_D64ds_v5,Standard_D96ds_v5,Standard_D2d_v5,Standard_D4d_v5,Standard_D8d_v5,Standard_D16d_v5,Standard_D32d_v5,Standard_D48d_v5,Standard_D64d_v5,Standard_D96d_v5,Standard_D2s_v5,Standard_D4s_v5,Standard_D8s_v5,Standard_D16s_v5,Standard_D32s_v5,Standard_D48s_v5,Standard_D64s_v5,Standard_D96s_v5,Standard_D2_v5,Standard_D4_v5,Standard_D8_v5,Standard_D16_v5,Standard_D32_v5,Standard_D48_v5,Standard_D64_v5,Standard_D96_v5,Standard_E2ds_v5,Standard_E4-2ds_v5,Standard_E4ds_v5,Standard_E8-2ds_v5,Standard_E8-4ds_v5,Standard_E8ds_v5,Standard_E16-4ds_v5,Standard_E16-8ds_v5,Standard_E16ds_v5,Standard_E20ds_v5,Standard_E32-8ds_v5,Standard_E32-16ds_v5,Standard_E32ds_v5,Standard_E48ds_v5,Standard_E64-16ds_v5,Standard_E64-32ds_v5,Standard_E64ds_v5,Standard_E96-24ds_v5,Standard_E96-48ds_v5,Standard_E96ds_v5,Standard_E104ids_v5,Standard_E2d_v5,Standard_E4d_v5,Standard_E8d_v5,Standard_E16d_v5,Standard_E20d_v5,Standard_E32d_v5,Standard_E48d_v5,Standard_E64d_v5,Standard_E96d_v5,Standard_E104id_v5,Standard_E2s_v5,Standard_E4-2s_v5,Standard_E4s_v5,Standard_E8-2s_v5,Standard_E8-4s_v5,Standard_E8s_v5,Standard_E16-4s_v5,Standard_E16-8s_v5,Standard_E16s_v5,Standard_E20s_v5,Standard_E32-8s_v5,Standard_E32-16s_v5,Standard_E32s_v5,Standard_E48s_v5,Standard_E64-16s_v5,Standard_E64-32s_v5,Standard_E64s_v5,Standard_E96-24s_v5,Standard_E96-48s_v5,Standard_E96s_v5,Standard_E104is_v5,Standard_E2_v5,Standard_E4_v5,Standard_E8_v5,Standard_E16_v5,Standard_E20_v5,Standard_E32_v5,Standard_E48_v5,Standard_E64_v5,Standard_E96_v5,Standard_E104i_v5,Standard_E2bs_v5,Standard_E4bs_v5,Standard_E8bs_v5,Standard_E16bs_v5,Standard_E32bs_v5,Standard_E48bs_v5,Standard_E64bs_v5,Standard_E2bds_v5,Standard_E4bds_v5,Standard_E8bds_v5,Standard_E16bds_v5,Standard_E32bds_v5,Standard_E48bds_v5,Standard_E64bds_v5,Standard_D2a_v4,Standard_D4a_v4,Standard_D8a_v4,Standard_D16a_v4,Standard_D32a_v4,Standard_D48a_v4,Standard_D64a_v4,Standard_D96a_v4,Standard_D2as_v4,Standard_D4as_v4,Standard_D8as_v4,Standard_D16as_v4,Standard_D32as_v4,Standard_D48as_v4,Standard_D64as_v4,Standard_D96as_v4,Standard_E2a_v4,Standard_E4a_v4,Standard_E8a_v4,Standard_E16a_v4,Standard_E20a_v4,Standard_E32a_v4,Standard_E48a_v4,Standard_E64a_v4,Standard_E96a_v4,Standard_E2as_v4,Standard_E4-2as_v4,Standard_E4as_v4,Standard_E8-2as_v4,Standard_E8-4as_v4,Standard_E8as_v4,Standard_E16-4as_v4,Standard_E16-8as_v4,Standard_E16as_v4,Standard_E20as_v4,Standard_E32-8as_v4,Standard_E32-16as_v4,Standard_E32as_v4,Standard_E48as_v4,Standard_E64-16as_v4,Standard_E64-32as_v4,Standard_E64as_v4,Standard_E96-24as_v4,Standard_E96-48as_v4,Standard_E96as_v4,Standard_E96ias_v4,Standard_NC6s_v3,Standard_NC12s_v3,Standard_NC24rs_v3,Standard_NC24s_v3,Standard_NV6s_v2,Standard_NV12s_v2,Standard_NV24s_v2,Standard_NV12s_v3,Standard_NV24s_v3,Standard_NV48s_v3,Standard_H8,Standard_H8_Promo,Standard_H16,Standard_H16_Promo,Standard_H8m,Standard_H8m_Promo,Standard_H16m,Standard_H16m_Promo,Standard_H16r,Standard_H16r_Promo,Standard_H16mr,Standard_H16mr_Promo,Standard_M208ms_v2,Standard_M208s_v2,Standard_M416-208s_v2,Standard_M416s_v2,Standard_M416-208ms_v2,Standard_M416ms_v2,Standard_DC1s_v3,Standard_DC2s_v3,Standard_DC4s_v3,Standard_DC8s_v3,Standard_DC16s_v3,Standard_DC24s_v3,Standard_DC32s_v3,Standard_DC48s_v3,Standard_DC1ds_v3,Standard_DC2ds_v3,Standard_DC4ds_v3,Standard_DC8ds_v3,Standard_DC16ds_v3,Standard_DC24ds_v3,Standard_DC32ds_v3,Standard_DC48ds_v3,Standard_NC24ads_A100_v4,Standard_NC48ads_A100_v4,Standard_NC96ads_A100_v4,Standard_D2as_v5,Standard_D4as_v5,Standard_D8as_v5,Standard_D16as_v5,Standard_D32as_v5,Standard_D48as_v5,Standard_D64as_v5,Standard_D96as_v5,Standard_E2as_v5,Standard_E4-2as_v5,Standard_E4as_v5,Standard_E8-2as_v5,Standard_E8-4as_v5,Standard_E8as_v5,Standard_E16-4as_v5,Standard_E16-8as_v5,Standard_E16as_v5,Standard_E20as_v5,Standard_E32-8as_v5,Standard_E32-16as_v5,Standard_E32as_v5,Standard_E48as_v5,Standard_E64-16as_v5,Standard_E64-32as_v5,Standard_E64as_v5,Standard_E96-24as_v5,Standard_E96-48as_v5,Standard_E96as_v5,Standard_E112ias_v5,Standard_D2ads_v5,Standard_D4ads_v5,Standard_D8ads_v5,Standard_D16ads_v5,Standard_D32ads_v5,Standard_D48ads_v5,Standard_D64ads_v5,Standard_D96ads_v5,Standard_E2ads_v5,Standard_E4-2ads_v5,Standard_E4ads_v5,Standard_E8-2ads_v5,Standard_E8-4ads_v5,Standard_E8ads_v5,Standard_E16-4ads_v5,Standard_E16-8ads_v5,Standard_E16ads_v5,Standard_E20ads_v5,Standard_E32-8ads_v5,Standard_E32-16ads_v5,Standard_E32ads_v5,Standard_E48ads_v5,Standard_E64-16ads_v5,Standard_E64-32ads_v5,Standard_E64ads_v5,Standard_E96-24ads_v5,Standard_E96-48ads_v5,Standard_E96ads_v5,Standard_E112iads_v5,Standard_L8s_v3,Standard_L16s_v3,Standard_L32s_v3,Standard_L48s_v3,Standard_L64s_v3,Standard_L80s_v3.
    Find out more on the valid VM sizes in each region at https://aka.ms/azure-regionservices."
    Target="vmSize"'
  errorReason: InvalidConfiguration
  lastUpdated: "2022-09-29T08:50:19Z"
  phase: Failed
  providerStatus:
    conditions:
    - lastProbeTime: "2022-09-29T08:50:19Z"
      lastTransitionTime: "2022-09-29T08:50:19Z"
      message: 'failed to create vm jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt: failure sending request
        for machine jfan49-jn66b-worker-1-tdpdt: cannot create vm: compute.VirtualMachinesClient#CreateOrUpdate:
        Failure sending request: StatusCode=400 -- Original Error: Code="InvalidParameter"
        Message="The value invalid provided for the VM size is not valid. The valid
        sizes in the current region are: Standard_B1ls,Standard_B1ms,Standard_B1s,Standard_B2ms,Standard_B2s,Standard_B4ms,Standard_B8ms,Standard_B12ms,Standard_B16ms,Standard_B20ms,Standard_E2_v4,Standard_E4_v4,Standard_E8_v4,Standard_E16_v4,Standard_E20_v4,Standard_E32_v4,Standard_E2d_v4,Standard_E4d_v4,Standard_E8d_v4,Standard_E16d_v4,Standard_E20d_v4,Standard_E32d_v4,Standard_E2s_v4,Standard_E4-2s_v4,Standard_E4s_v4,Standard_E8-2s_v4,Standard_E8-4s_v4,Standard_E8s_v4,Standard_E16-4s_v4,Standard_E16-8s_v4,Standard_E16s_v4,Standard_E20s_v4,Standard_E32-8s_v4,Standard_E32-16s_v4,Standard_E32s_v4,Standard_E2ds_v4,Standard_E4-2ds_v4,Standard_E4ds_v4,Standard_E8-2ds_v4,Standard_E8-4ds_v4,Standard_E8ds_v4,Standard_E16-4ds_v4,Standard_E16-8ds_v4,Standard_E16ds_v4,Standard_E20ds_v4,Standard_E32-8ds_v4,Standard_E32-16ds_v4,Standard_E32ds_v4,Standard_D2d_v4,Standard_D4d_v4,Standard_D8d_v4,Standard_D16d_v4,Standard_D32d_v4,Standard_D48d_v4,Standard_D64d_v4,Standard_D2_v4,Standard_D4_v4,Standard_D8_v4,Standard_D16_v4,Standard_D32_v4,Standard_D48_v4,Standard_D64_v4,Standard_D2ds_v4,Standard_D4ds_v4,Standard_D8ds_v4,Standard_D16ds_v4,Standard_D32ds_v4,Standard_D48ds_v4,Standard_D64ds_v4,Standard_D2s_v4,Standard_D4s_v4,Standard_D8s_v4,Standard_D16s_v4,Standard_D32s_v4,Standard_D48s_v4,Standard_D64s_v4,Standard_D1_v2,Standard_D2_v2,Standard_D3_v2,Standard_D4_v2,Standard_D5_v2,Standard_D11_v2,Standard_D12_v2,Standard_D13_v2,Standard_D14_v2,Standard_D15_v2,Standard_D2_v2_Promo,Standard_D3_v2_Promo,Standard_D4_v2_Promo,Standard_D5_v2_Promo,Standard_D11_v2_Promo,Standard_D12_v2_Promo,Standard_D13_v2_Promo,Standard_D14_v2_Promo,Standard_F1,Standard_F2,Standard_F4,Standard_F8,Standard_F16,Standard_DS1_v2,Standard_DS2_v2,Standard_DS3_v2,Standard_DS4_v2,Standard_DS5_v2,Standard_DS11-1_v2,Standard_DS11_v2,Standard_DS12-1_v2,Standard_DS12-2_v2,Standard_DS12_v2,Standard_DS13-2_v2,Standard_DS13-4_v2,Standard_DS13_v2,Standard_DS14-4_v2,Standard_DS14-8_v2,Standard_DS14_v2,Standard_DS15_v2,Standard_DS2_v2_Promo,Standard_DS3_v2_Promo,Standard_DS4_v2_Promo,Standard_DS5_v2_Promo,Standard_DS11_v2_Promo,Standard_DS12_v2_Promo,Standard_DS13_v2_Promo,Standard_DS14_v2_Promo,Standard_F1s,Standard_F2s,Standard_F4s,Standard_F8s,Standard_F16s,Standard_A1_v2,Standard_A2m_v2,Standard_A2_v2,Standard_A4m_v2,Standard_A4_v2,Standard_A8m_v2,Standard_A8_v2,Standard_D2_v3,Standard_D4_v3,Standard_D8_v3,Standard_D16_v3,Standard_D32_v3,Standard_D48_v3,Standard_D64_v3,Standard_D2s_v3,Standard_D4s_v3,Standard_D8s_v3,Standard_D16s_v3,Standard_D32s_v3,Standard_D48s_v3,Standard_D64s_v3,Standard_E2_v3,Standard_E4_v3,Standard_E8_v3,Standard_E16_v3,Standard_E20_v3,Standard_E32_v3,Standard_E2s_v3,Standard_E4-2s_v3,Standard_E4s_v3,Standard_E8-2s_v3,Standard_E8-4s_v3,Standard_E8s_v3,Standard_E16-4s_v3,Standard_E16-8s_v3,Standard_E16s_v3,Standard_E20s_v3,Standard_E32-8s_v3,Standard_E32-16s_v3,Standard_E32s_v3,Standard_F2s_v2,Standard_F4s_v2,Standard_F8s_v2,Standard_F16s_v2,Standard_F32s_v2,Standard_F48s_v2,Standard_F64s_v2,Standard_F72s_v2,Standard_E48_v4,Standard_E64_v4,Standard_E48d_v4,Standard_E64d_v4,Standard_E48s_v4,Standard_E64-16s_v4,Standard_E64-32s_v4,Standard_E64s_v4,Standard_E80is_v4,Standard_E48ds_v4,Standard_E64-16ds_v4,Standard_E64-32ds_v4,Standard_E64ds_v4,Standard_E80ids_v4,Standard_E48_v3,Standard_E64_v3,Standard_E48s_v3,Standard_E64-16s_v3,Standard_E64-32s_v3,Standard_E64s_v3,Standard_A0,Standard_A1,Standard_A2,Standard_A3,Standard_A5,Standard_A4,Standard_A6,Standard_A7,Basic_A0,Basic_A1,Basic_A2,Basic_A3,Basic_A4,Standard_NC4as_T4_v3,Standard_NC8as_T4_v3,Standard_NC16as_T4_v3,Standard_NC64as_T4_v3,Standard_M64,Standard_M64m,Standard_M128,Standard_M128m,Standard_M8-2ms,Standard_M8-4ms,Standard_M8ms,Standard_M16-4ms,Standard_M16-8ms,Standard_M16ms,Standard_M32-8ms,Standard_M32-16ms,Standard_M32ls,Standard_M32ms,Standard_M32ts,Standard_M64-16ms,Standard_M64-32ms,Standard_M64ls,Standard_M64ms,Standard_M64s,Standard_M128-32ms,Standard_M128-64ms,Standard_M128ms,Standard_M128s,Standard_M32ms_v2,Standard_M64ms_v2,Standard_M64s_v2,Standard_M128ms_v2,Standard_M128s_v2,Standard_M192ims_v2,Standard_M192is_v2,Standard_M32dms_v2,Standard_M64dms_v2,Standard_M64ds_v2,Standard_M128dms_v2,Standard_M128ds_v2,Standard_M192idms_v2,Standard_M192ids_v2,Standard_E64i_v3,Standard_E64is_v3,Standard_D1,Standard_D2,Standard_D3,Standard_D4,Standard_D11,Standard_D12,Standard_D13,Standard_D14,Standard_DS1,Standard_DS2,Standard_DS3,Standard_DS4,Standard_DS11,Standard_DS12,Standard_DS13,Standard_DS14,Standard_DC8_v2,Standard_DC1s_v2,Standard_DC2s_v2,Standard_DC4s_v2,Standard_L8s_v2,Standard_L16s_v2,Standard_L32s_v2,Standard_L48s_v2,Standard_L64s_v2,Standard_L80s_v2,Standard_NV4as_v4,Standard_NV8as_v4,Standard_NV16as_v4,Standard_NV32as_v4,Standard_G1,Standard_G2,Standard_G3,Standard_G4,Standard_G5,Standard_GS1,Standard_GS2,Standard_GS3,Standard_GS4,Standard_GS4-4,Standard_GS4-8,Standard_GS5,Standard_GS5-8,Standard_GS5-16,Standard_L4s,Standard_L8s,Standard_L16s,Standard_L32s,Standard_DC2as_v5,Standard_DC4as_v5,Standard_DC8as_v5,Standard_DC16as_v5,Standard_DC32as_v5,Standard_DC48as_v5,Standard_DC64as_v5,Standard_DC96as_v5,Standard_DC2ads_v5,Standard_DC4ads_v5,Standard_DC8ads_v5,Standard_DC16ads_v5,Standard_DC32ads_v5,Standard_DC48ads_v5,Standard_DC64ads_v5,Standard_DC96ads_v5,Standard_EC2as_v5,Standard_EC4as_v5,Standard_EC8as_v5,Standard_EC16as_v5,Standard_EC20as_v5,Standard_EC32as_v5,Standard_EC48as_v5,Standard_EC64as_v5,Standard_EC96as_v5,Standard_EC96ias_v5,Standard_EC2ads_v5,Standard_EC4ads_v5,Standard_EC8ads_v5,Standard_EC16ads_v5,Standard_EC20ads_v5,Standard_EC32ads_v5,Standard_EC48ads_v5,Standard_EC64ads_v5,Standard_EC96ads_v5,Standard_EC96iads_v5,Standard_D2ds_v5,Standard_D4ds_v5,Standard_D8ds_v5,Standard_D16ds_v5,Standard_D32ds_v5,Standard_D48ds_v5,Standard_D64ds_v5,Standard_D96ds_v5,Standard_D2d_v5,Standard_D4d_v5,Standard_D8d_v5,Standard_D16d_v5,Standard_D32d_v5,Standard_D48d_v5,Standard_D64d_v5,Standard_D96d_v5,Standard_D2s_v5,Standard_D4s_v5,Standard_D8s_v5,Standard_D16s_v5,Standard_D32s_v5,Standard_D48s_v5,Standard_D64s_v5,Standard_D96s_v5,Standard_D2_v5,Standard_D4_v5,Standard_D8_v5,Standard_D16_v5,Standard_D32_v5,Standard_D48_v5,Standard_D64_v5,Standard_D96_v5,Standard_E2ds_v5,Standard_E4-2ds_v5,Standard_E4ds_v5,Standard_E8-2ds_v5,Standard_E8-4ds_v5,Standard_E8ds_v5,Standard_E16-4ds_v5,Standard_E16-8ds_v5,Standard_E16ds_v5,Standard_E20ds_v5,Standard_E32-8ds_v5,Standard_E32-16ds_v5,Standard_E32ds_v5,Standard_E48ds_v5,Standard_E64-16ds_v5,Standard_E64-32ds_v5,Standard_E64ds_v5,Standard_E96-24ds_v5,Standard_E96-48ds_v5,Standard_E96ds_v5,Standard_E104ids_v5,Standard_E2d_v5,Standard_E4d_v5,Standard_E8d_v5,Standard_E16d_v5,Standard_E20d_v5,Standard_E32d_v5,Standard_E48d_v5,Standard_E64d_v5,Standard_E96d_v5,Standard_E104id_v5,Standard_E2s_v5,Standard_E4-2s_v5,Standard_E4s_v5,Standard_E8-2s_v5,Standard_E8-4s_v5,Standard_E8s_v5,Standard_E16-4s_v5,Standard_E16-8s_v5,Standard_E16s_v5,Standard_E20s_v5,Standard_E32-8s_v5,Standard_E32-16s_v5,Standard_E32s_v5,Standard_E48s_v5,Standard_E64-16s_v5,Standard_E64-32s_v5,Standard_E64s_v5,Standard_E96-24s_v5,Standard_E96-48s_v5,Standard_E96s_v5,Standard_E104is_v5,Standard_E2_v5,Standard_E4_v5,Standard_E8_v5,Standard_E16_v5,Standard_E20_v5,Standard_E32_v5,Standard_E48_v5,Standard_E64_v5,Standard_E96_v5,Standard_E104i_v5,Standard_E2bs_v5,Standard_E4bs_v5,Standard_E8bs_v5,Standard_E16bs_v5,Standard_E32bs_v5,Standard_E48bs_v5,Standard_E64bs_v5,Standard_E2bds_v5,Standard_E4bds_v5,Standard_E8bds_v5,Standard_E16bds_v5,Standard_E32bds_v5,Standard_E48bds_v5,Standard_E64bds_v5,Standard_D2a_v4,Standard_D4a_v4,Standard_D8a_v4,Standard_D16a_v4,Standard_D32a_v4,Standard_D48a_v4,Standard_D64a_v4,Standard_D96a_v4,Standard_D2as_v4,Standard_D4as_v4,Standard_D8as_v4,Standard_D16as_v4,Standard_D32as_v4,Standard_D48as_v4,Standard_D64as_v4,Standard_D96as_v4,Standard_E2a_v4,Standard_E4a_v4,Standard_E8a_v4,Standard_E16a_v4,Standard_E20a_v4,Standard_E32a_v4,Standard_E48a_v4,Standard_E64a_v4,Standard_E96a_v4,Standard_E2as_v4,Standard_E4-2as_v4,Standard_E4as_v4,Standard_E8-2as_v4,Standard_E8-4as_v4,Standard_E8as_v4,Standard_E16-4as_v4,Standard_E16-8as_v4,Standard_E16as_v4,Standard_E20as_v4,Standard_E32-8as_v4,Standard_E32-16as_v4,Standard_E32as_v4,Standard_E48as_v4,Standard_E64-16as_v4,Standard_E64-32as_v4,Standard_E64as_v4,Standard_E96-24as_v4,Standard_E96-48as_v4,Standard_E96as_v4,Standard_E96ias_v4,Standard_NC6s_v3,Standard_NC12s_v3,Standard_NC24rs_v3,Standard_NC24s_v3,Standard_NV6s_v2,Standard_NV12s_v2,Standard_NV24s_v2,Standard_NV12s_v3,Standard_NV24s_v3,Standard_NV48s_v3,Standard_H8,Standard_H8_Promo,Standard_H16,Standard_H16_Promo,Standard_H8m,Standard_H8m_Promo,Standard_H16m,Standard_H16m_Promo,Standard_H16r,Standard_H16r_Promo,Standard_H16mr,Standard_H16mr_Promo,Standard_M208ms_v2,Standard_M208s_v2,Standard_M416-208s_v2,Standard_M416s_v2,Standard_M416-208ms_v2,Standard_M416ms_v2,Standard_DC1s_v3,Standard_DC2s_v3,Standard_DC4s_v3,Standard_DC8s_v3,Standard_DC16s_v3,Standard_DC24s_v3,Standard_DC32s_v3,Standard_DC48s_v3,Standard_DC1ds_v3,Standard_DC2ds_v3,Standard_DC4ds_v3,Standard_DC8ds_v3,Standard_DC16ds_v3,Standard_DC24ds_v3,Standard_DC32ds_v3,Standard_DC48ds_v3,Standard_NC24ads_A100_v4,Standard_NC48ads_A100_v4,Standard_NC96ads_A100_v4,Standard_D2as_v5,Standard_D4as_v5,Standard_D8as_v5,Standard_D16as_v5,Standard_D32as_v5,Standard_D48as_v5,Standard_D64as_v5,Standard_D96as_v5,Standard_E2as_v5,Standard_E4-2as_v5,Standard_E4as_v5,Standard_E8-2as_v5,Standard_E8-4as_v5,Standard_E8as_v5,Standard_E16-4as_v5,Standard_E16-8as_v5,Standard_E16as_v5,Standard_E20as_v5,Standard_E32-8as_v5,Standard_E32-16as_v5,Standard_E32as_v5,Standard_E48as_v5,Standard_E64-16as_v5,Standard_E64-32as_v5,Standard_E64as_v5,Standard_E96-24as_v5,Standard_E96-48as_v5,Standard_E96as_v5,Standard_E112ias_v5,Standard_D2ads_v5,Standard_D4ads_v5,Standard_D8ads_v5,Standard_D16ads_v5,Standard_D32ads_v5,Standard_D48ads_v5,Standard_D64ads_v5,Standard_D96ads_v5,Standard_E2ads_v5,Standard_E4-2ads_v5,Standard_E4ads_v5,Standard_E8-2ads_v5,Standard_E8-4ads_v5,Standard_E8ads_v5,Standard_E16-4ads_v5,Standard_E16-8ads_v5,Standard_E16ads_v5,Standard_E20ads_v5,Standard_E32-8ads_v5,Standard_E32-16ads_v5,Standard_E32ads_v5,Standard_E48ads_v5,Standard_E64-16ads_v5,Standard_E64-32ads_v5,Standard_E64ads_v5,Standard_E96-24ads_v5,Standard_E96-48ads_v5,Standard_E96ads_v5,Standard_E112iads_v5,Standard_L8s_v3,Standard_L16s_v3,Standard_L32s_v3,Standard_L48s_v3,Standard_L64s_v3,Standard_L80s_v3.
        Find out more on the valid VM sizes in each region at https://aka.ms/azure-regionservices."
        Target="vmSize"'
      reason: MachineCreationFailed
      status: "True"
      type: MachineCreated
    metadata: {}

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-2873. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

Prometheus fails to scrape metrics from the storage operator after some time.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.11

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Install storage operator.
2. Wait for 24h (time for the certificate to be recycled).
3.

Actual results:

Targets being down because Prometheus didn't reload the CA certificate.

Expected results:

Prometheus reloads its client TLS certificate and scrapes the target successfully.

Additional info:


Description of problem:

On storageclass creation page, the dropdown items for "Reclaim policy" and "Volume binding tyep" are not marked for i18n.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-08-22-143022

How reproducible:

always

Steps to Reproduce:
1.Go to storageclass creation page, check if dropdown items for "Reclaim policy" and "Volume binding type" support i18n.
2.
3.

Actual results:

1. They are not marked for i18n.

Expected results:

1. Should support i18n.

Additional info:

Description of problem:

NPE on topology for the ns which just got deleted, see screenshot below

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

 

How reproducible:

 

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Login as regular user
2. Create a ns and delete the ns
3. visit the deleted ns in topology

Actual results:

console breaks dur to NPE

Expected results:

console shouldn't break

Additional info:

 

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-3214. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

The installer has logic that avoids adding the router CAs to the kubeconfig if the console is not available.  It's not clear why it does this, but it means that the router CAs don't get added when the console is deliberately disabled (it is now an optional capability in 4.12).

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

Seen in 4.12+4.13

How reproducible:

Always, when starting a cluster w/o the Console capability

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Edit the install-config to set:
capabilities:
  baselineCapabilitySet: None
2. install the cluster
3. check the CAs in the kubeconfig, the wildcard route CA will be missing (compare it w/ a normal cluster)

Actual results:

router CAs missing

Expected results:

router CAs should be present

Additional info:

This needs to be backported to 4.12.

In multinode we can check nodes object in kubeapi as we can't really validate hosts that are not part of cluster, only the one controller is running on.

And we should validate ip of the host controller is running on.

In case ip was changed log it

Description of problem:

openshift-install does not detect releaseImage mismatches between cluster-image-set.yaml and registries.conf

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12

How reproducible:

100%

Steps to Reproduce:

1.Create ZTP inputs for image generation where registries.conf does not have any source matching the binary releaseimage (the binary image which can be obtained by running "openshift-install version". You can also set this value in ZTP manifest cluster-image-set.yaml 
2.run openshift-install agent create image

Actual results:

Image is generated with no warnings

Expected results:

Image is generated with warning message - "The ImageContentSources configuration in install-config.yaml should have at-least one source field matching the releaseImage value %s", releaseImagePath

 

Additional info:

 

 

Description of problem:

Custom manifest files can be placed in the /openshift folder so that they will be applied during cluster installation.
Anyhow, if a file contains more than one manifests, all but the first are ignored.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

 

How reproducible:

Always

Steps to Reproduce:

1.Create the following custom manifest file in the /openshift folder:

```
apiVersion: v1
kind: ConfigMap
metadata:  
  name: agent-test  
  namespace: openshift-config
data:  
  value: agent-test
---
apiVersion: v1
kind: ConfigMap
metadata: 
name: agent-test-2
namespace: openshift-config
data: 
  value: agent-test-2
```
2. Create the agent ISO image and deploy a cluster

Actual results:

ConfigMap agent-test-2 does not exist in the openshift-config namespace

Expected results:

ConfigMap agent-test-2 must exist in the openshift-config namespace

Additional info:

 

This is a clone of issue OCPBUGS-2141. The following is the description of the original issue:

Description of problem:

4.12 cluster, no pv for prometheus, the doc still link to 4.8

# oc get co monitoring -o jsonpath='{.status.conditions}' | jq 'map(select(.type=="Degraded"))'
[
  {
    "lastTransitionTime": "2022-10-09T02:36:16Z",
    "message": "Prometheus is running without persistent storage which can lead to data loss during upgrades and cluster disruptions. Please refer to the official documentation to see how to configure storage for Prometheus: https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/4.8/monitoring/configuring-the-monitoring-stack.html",
    "reason": "PrometheusDataPersistenceNotConfigured",
    "status": "False",
    "type": "Degraded"
  }
]

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

4.12.0-0.nightly-2022-10-05-053337

How reproducible:

always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. no PVs for prometheus, check the monitoring operator status
2.
3.

Actual results:

the doc still link to 4.8

Expected results:

links to the latest doc

Additional info:

slack thread: 
https://coreos.slack.com/archives/G79AW9Q7R/p1665283462123389

Description of problem:

catsrc is not ready due to "compute digest: compute hash: write tar: open /tmp/cache/cache: permission denied"

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % ../bin/opm version  
Version: version.Version{OpmVersion:"b94e073b5", GitCommit:"b94e073b5187ecaa687c322beccf76f1d1f26d54", BuildDate:"2022-08-29T06:30:05Z", GoOs:"darwin", GoArch:"amd64"}
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % oc exec catalog-operator-79d885b755-6cnbp  -- olm --version
OLM version: 0.19.0
git commit: dfa7f0e70578432117e63867706630cda5366fb7

How reproducible:

always

Steps to Reproduce:

1. generate index image
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % mkdir catalog
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % ../bin/opm generate dockerfile catalog
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % cat catalog.Dockerfile 
# The base image is expected to contain
# /bin/opm (with a serve subcommand) and /bin/grpc_health_probe
FROM quay.io/operator-framework/opm:latest


# Configure the entrypoint and command
ENTRYPOINT ["/bin/opm"]
CMD ["serve", "/configs", "--cache-dir=/tmp/cache"]


# Copy declarative config root into image at /configs and pre-populate serve cache
ADD catalog /configs
RUN ["/bin/opm", "serve", "/configs", "--cache-dir=/tmp/cache", "--cache-only"]


# Set DC-specific label for the location of the DC root directory
# in the image
LABEL operators.operatorframework.io.index.configs.v1=/configs

zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % docker build . -f catalog.Dockerfile -t quay.io/olmqe/nginxolm-operator-index:2726 
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % docker push quay.io/olmqe/nginxolm-operator-index:2726

2. create catsrc
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % cat catsrc.yaml 
apiVersion: operators.coreos.com/v1alpha1
kind: CatalogSource
metadata:
  name: test-index
  namespace: test-1
spec:
  displayName: Test
  publisher: OLM-QE
  sourceType: grpc
  image: quay.io/olmqe/nginxolm-operator-index:2726
  updateStrategy:
    registryPoll:
      interval: 10m

oc new-project test-1
oc apply -f catsrc.yaml 
 3. check pod status
zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % oc get pod
NAME               READY   STATUS             RESTARTS        AGE
test-index-hbqlv   0/1     Error              8 (5m13s ago)   16m
test-index-l6mzq   0/1     CrashLoopBackOff   10 (59s ago)    27m

zhaoxia@xzha-mac test % oc get pod test-index-hbqlv -o yaml
apiVersion: v1
kind: Pod
metadata:
  annotations:
    cluster-autoscaler.kubernetes.io/safe-to-evict: "true"
    k8s.v1.cni.cncf.io/network-status: |-
      [{
          "name": "openshift-sdn",
          "interface": "eth0",
          "ips": [
              "10.131.0.84"
          ],
          "default": true,
          "dns": {}
      }]
    k8s.v1.cni.cncf.io/networks-status: |-
      [{
          "name": "openshift-sdn",
          "interface": "eth0",
          "ips": [
              "10.131.0.84"
          ],
          "default": true,
          "dns": {}
      }]
    kubectl.kubernetes.io/last-applied-configuration: |
      {"apiVersion":"operators.coreos.com/v1alpha1","kind":"CatalogSource","metadata":{"annotations":{},"name":"test-index","namespace":"test-1"},"spec":{"displayName":"Test","image":"quay.io/olmqe/nginxolm-operator-index:2726","publisher":"OLM-QE","sourceType":"grpc","updateStrategy":{"registryPoll":{"interval":"10m"}}}}
    openshift.io/scc: restricted-v2
    seccomp.security.alpha.kubernetes.io/pod: runtime/default
  creationTimestamp: "2022-08-29T06:57:55Z"
  generateName: test-index-
  labels:
    catalogsource.operators.coreos.com/update: test-index
    olm.catalogSource: ""
    olm.pod-spec-hash: 777849c67c
  name: test-index-hbqlv
  namespace: test-1
  ownerReferences:
  - apiVersion: operators.coreos.com/v1alpha1
    blockOwnerDeletion: false
    controller: false
    kind: CatalogSource
    name: test-index
    uid: 5ef60ce9-6ade-43e1-bae4-7d69f6c9d5e0
  resourceVersion: "218774"
  uid: 7606a54a-6a7d-4979-833a-97c2f87a88b8
spec:
  containers:
  - image: quay.io/olmqe/nginxolm-operator-index:2726
    imagePullPolicy: Always
    livenessProbe:
      exec:
        command:
        - grpc_health_probe
        - -addr=:50051
      failureThreshold: 3
      initialDelaySeconds: 10
      periodSeconds: 10
      successThreshold: 1
      timeoutSeconds: 5
    name: registry-server
    ports:
    - containerPort: 50051
      name: grpc
      protocol: TCP
    readinessProbe:
      exec:
        command:
        - grpc_health_probe
        - -addr=:50051
      failureThreshold: 3
      initialDelaySeconds: 5
      periodSeconds: 10
      successThreshold: 1
      timeoutSeconds: 5
    resources:
      requests:
        cpu: 10m
        memory: 50Mi
    securityContext:
      allowPrivilegeEscalation: false
      capabilities:
        drop:
        - ALL
      readOnlyRootFilesystem: false
      runAsNonRoot: true
      runAsUser: 1001130000
    startupProbe:
      exec:
        command:
        - grpc_health_probe
        - -addr=:50051
      failureThreshold: 15
      periodSeconds: 10
      successThreshold: 1
      timeoutSeconds: 1
    terminationMessagePath: /dev/termination-log
    terminationMessagePolicy: FallbackToLogsOnError
    volumeMounts:
    - mountPath: /var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount
      name: kube-api-access-bfzvh
      readOnly: true
  dnsPolicy: ClusterFirst
  enableServiceLinks: true
  imagePullSecrets:
  - name: test-index-dockercfg-wp8s4
  nodeName: qe-daily-412-0829-qf9lx-worker-1-djpwq
  nodeSelector:
    kubernetes.io/os: linux
  preemptionPolicy: PreemptLowerPriority
  priority: 0
  restartPolicy: Always
  schedulerName: default-scheduler
  securityContext:
    fsGroup: 1001130000
    seLinuxOptions:
      level: s0:c34,c4
    seccompProfile:
      type: RuntimeDefault
  serviceAccount: test-index
  serviceAccountName: test-index
  terminationGracePeriodSeconds: 30
  tolerations:
  - effect: NoExecute
    key: node.kubernetes.io/not-ready
    operator: Exists
    tolerationSeconds: 300
  - effect: NoExecute
    key: node.kubernetes.io/unreachable
    operator: Exists
    tolerationSeconds: 300
  - effect: NoSchedule
    key: node.kubernetes.io/memory-pressure
    operator: Exists
  volumes:
  - name: kube-api-access-bfzvh
    projected:
      defaultMode: 420
      sources:
      - serviceAccountToken:
          expirationSeconds: 3607
          path: token
      - configMap:
          items:
          - key: ca.crt
            path: ca.crt
          name: kube-root-ca.crt
      - downwardAPI:
          items:
          - fieldRef:
              apiVersion: v1
              fieldPath: metadata.namespace
            path: namespace
      - configMap:
          items:
          - key: service-ca.crt
            path: service-ca.crt
          name: openshift-service-ca.crt
status:
  conditions:
  - lastProbeTime: nul