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# This is an example of an OpenShift-Ansible host inventory that provides the
# minimum recommended configuration for production use. This includes 3 masters,
# two infra nodes, two compute nodes, and an haproxy load balancer to load
# balance traffic to the API servers. For a truly production environment you
# should use an external load balancing solution that itself is highly available.
[masters]
ose3-master[1:3].test.example.com
[etcd]
ose3-master[1:3].test.example.com
[nodes]
ose3-master[1:3].test.example.com
ose3-infra[1:2].test.example.com
ose3-node[1:2].test.example.com
[nfs]
ose3-master1.test.example.com
[lb]
ose3-lb.test.example.com
# Create an OSEv3 group that contains the masters and nodes groups
[OSEv3:children]
masters
nodes
etcd
lb
nfs
[OSEv3:vars]
###############################################################################
# Common/ Required configuration variables follow #
###############################################################################
# SSH user, this user should allow ssh based auth without requiring a
# password. If using ssh key based auth, then the key should be managed by an
# ssh agent.
ansible_user=root
# If ansible_user is not root, ansible_become must be set to true and the
# user must be configured for passwordless sudo
#ansible_become=yes
# Specify the deployment type. Valid values are origin and openshift-enterprise.
openshift_deployment_type=origin
#openshift_deployment_type=openshift-enterprise
# Specify the generic release of OpenShift to install. This is used mainly just during installation, after which we
# rely on the version running on the first master. Works best for containerized installs where we can usually
# use this to lookup the latest exact version of the container images, which is the tag actually used to configure
# the cluster. For RPM installations we just verify the version detected in your configured repos matches this
# release.
#openshift_release="3.11"
# default subdomain to use for exposed routes, you should have wildcard dns
# for *.apps.test.example.com that points at your infra nodes which will run
# your router
openshift_master_default_subdomain=apps.test.example.com
#Set cluster_hostname to point at your load balancer
openshift_master_cluster_hostname=ose3-lb.test.example.com
###############################################################################
# Additional configuration variables follow #
###############################################################################
# Debug level for all OpenShift components (Defaults to 2)
debug_level=2
# Specify an exact container image tag to install or configure.
# WARNING: This value will be used for all hosts in containerized environments, even those that have another version installed.
# This could potentially trigger an upgrade and downtime, so be careful with modifying this value after the cluster is set up.
#openshift_image_tag=v3.11.0
# Specify an exact rpm version to install or configure.
# WARNING: This value will be used for all hosts in RPM based environments, even those that have another version installed.
# This could potentially trigger an upgrade and downtime, so be careful with modifying this value after the cluster is set up.
#openshift_pkg_version=-3.11.0
# If using Atomic Host, you may specify system container image registry for the nodes:
#system_images_registry="docker.io"
# when openshift_deployment_type=='openshift-enterprise'
#system_images_registry="registry.redhat.io"
# Manage openshift example imagestreams and templates during install and upgrade
#openshift_install_examples=true
# Configure logoutURL in the master config for console customization
# See: https://docs.okd.io/latest/install_config/web_console_customization.html#changing-the-logout-url
#openshift_master_logout_url=http://example.com
# Configure extensions in the master config for console customization
# See: https://docs.okd.io/latest/install_config/web_console_customization.html#serving-static-files
#openshift_master_oauth_templates={'login': '/path/to/login-template.html'}
# openshift_master_oauth_template is deprecated. Use openshift_master_oauth_templates instead.
#openshift_master_oauth_template=/path/to/login-template.html
# Configure imagePolicyConfig in the master config
# See: https://docs.okd.io/latest/admin_guide/image_policy.html
#openshift_master_image_policy_config={"maxImagesBulkImportedPerRepository": 3, "disableScheduledImport": true}
# This setting overrides allowedRegistriesForImport in openshift_master_image_policy_config. By default, all registries are allowed.
#openshift_master_image_policy_allowed_registries_for_import=["docker.io", "*.docker.io", "*.redhat.com", "gcr.io", "quay.io", "registry.centos.org", "registry.redhat.io", "*.amazonaws.com"]
# Configure master API rate limits for external clients
#openshift_master_external_ratelimit_qps=200
#openshift_master_external_ratelimit_burst=400
# Configure master API rate limits for loopback clients
#openshift_master_loopback_ratelimit_qps=300
#openshift_master_loopback_ratelimit_burst=600
# Install and run cri-o.
#openshift_use_crio=False
#openshift_use_crio_only=False
# The following two variables are used when openshift_use_crio is True
# and cleans up after builds that pass through docker. When openshift_use_crio is True
# these variables are set to the defaults shown. You may override them here.
# NOTE: You will still need to tag crio nodes with your given label(s)!
# Enable docker garbage collection when using cri-o
#openshift_crio_enable_docker_gc=False
# Node Selectors to run the garbage collection
#openshift_crio_docker_gc_node_selector={'runtime': 'cri-o'}
# Items added, as is, to end of /etc/sysconfig/docker OPTIONS
# Default value: "--log-driver=journald"
#openshift_docker_options="-l warn --ipv6=false"
# Specify exact version of Docker to configure or upgrade to.
# Downgrades are not supported and will error out. Be careful when upgrading docker from < 1.10 to > 1.10.
# docker_version="1.12.1"
# Specify whether to run Docker daemon with SELinux enabled in containers. Default is True.
# Uncomment below to disable; for example if your kernel does not support the
# Docker overlay/overlay2 storage drivers with SELinux enabled.
#openshift_docker_selinux_enabled=False
# Skip upgrading Docker during an OpenShift upgrade, leaves the current Docker version alone.
# docker_upgrade=False
# Specify a list of block devices to be formatted and mounted on the nodes
# during prerequisites.yml. For each hash, "device", "path", "filesystem" are
# required. To add devices only on certain classes of node, redefine
# container_runtime_extra_storage as a group var.
#container_runtime_extra_storage='[{"device":"/dev/vdc","path":"/var/lib/origin/openshift.local.volumes","filesystem":"xfs","options":"gquota"}]'
# Enable etcd debug logging, defaults to false
# etcd_debug=true
# Set etcd log levels by package
# etcd_log_package_levels="etcdserver=WARNING,security=DEBUG"
# Comma-separated list of etcd cipher suites
# etcd_cipher_suites="TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305,TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_CHACHA20_POLY1305,TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256,TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256"
# Upgrade Hooks
#
# Hooks are available to run custom tasks at various points during a cluster
# upgrade. Each hook should point to a file with Ansible tasks defined. Suggest using
# absolute paths, if not the path will be treated as relative to the file where the
# hook is actually used.
#
# Tasks to run before each master is upgraded.
# openshift_master_upgrade_pre_hook=/usr/share/custom/pre_master.yml
#
# Tasks to run to upgrade the master. These tasks run after the main openshift-ansible
# upgrade steps, but before we restart system/services.
# openshift_master_upgrade_hook=/usr/share/custom/master.yml
#
# Tasks to run after each master is upgraded and system/services have been restarted.
# openshift_master_upgrade_post_hook=/usr/share/custom/post_master.yml
# Cluster Image Source (registry) configuration
# openshift-enterprise default is 'registry.redhat.io/openshift3/ose-${component}:${version}'
# origin default is 'docker.io/openshift/origin-${component}:${version}'
#oreg_url=example.com/openshift3/ose-${component}:${version}
# If oreg_url points to a registry other than registry.redhat.io we can
# modify image streams to point at that registry by setting the following to true
#openshift_examples_modify_imagestreams=true
# Add insecure and blocked registries to global docker configuration
#openshift_docker_insecure_registries=registry.example.com
#openshift_docker_blocked_registries=registry.hacker.com
# You may also configure additional default registries for docker, however this
# is discouraged. Instead you should make use of fully qualified image names.
#openshift_docker_additional_registries=registry.example.com
# If oreg_url points to a registry requiring authentication, provide the following:
#oreg_auth_user=some_user
#oreg_auth_password='my-pass'
# NOTE: oreg_url must be defined by the user for oreg_auth_* to have any affect.
# oreg_auth_pass should be generated from running docker login.
# OpenShift repository configuration
#openshift_additional_repos=[{'id': 'openshift-origin-copr', 'name': 'OpenShift Origin COPR', 'baseurl': 'https://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/maxamillion/origin-next/epel-7-$basearch/', 'enabled': 1, 'gpgcheck': 1, 'gpgkey': 'https://copr-be.cloud.fedoraproject.org/results/maxamillion/origin-next/pubkey.gpg'}]
#openshift_repos_enable_testing=false
# If the image for etcd needs to be pulled from anywhere else than registry.redhat.io, e.g. in
# a disconnected and containerized installation, use osm_etcd_image to specify the image to use:
#osm_etcd_image=registry.example.com/rhel7/etcd
# htpasswd auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{'name': 'htpasswd_auth', 'login': 'true', 'challenge': 'true', 'kind': 'HTPasswdPasswordIdentityProvider'}]
# Defining htpasswd users
#openshift_master_htpasswd_users={'user1': '<pre-hashed password>', 'user2': '<pre-hashed password>'}
# or
#openshift_master_htpasswd_file=<path to local pre-generated htpasswd file>
# Allow all auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{'name': 'allow_all', 'login': 'true', 'challenge': 'true', 'kind': 'AllowAllPasswordIdentityProvider'}]
# LDAP auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{'name': 'my_ldap_provider', 'challenge': 'true', 'login': 'true', 'kind': 'LDAPPasswordIdentityProvider', 'attributes': {'id': ['dn'], 'email': ['mail'], 'name': ['cn'], 'preferredUsername': ['uid']}, 'bindDN': '', 'bindPassword': '', 'insecure': 'false', 'url': 'ldap://ldap.example.com:389/ou=users,dc=example,dc=com?uid'}]
#
# Configure LDAP CA certificate
# Specify either the ASCII contents of the certificate or the path to
# the local file that will be copied to the remote host. CA
# certificate contents will be copied to master systems and saved
# within /etc/origin/master/ with a filename matching the "ca" key set
# within the LDAPPasswordIdentityProvider.
#
#openshift_master_ldap_ca=<ca text>
# or
#openshift_master_ldap_ca_file=<path to local ca file to use>
# OpenID auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{"name": "openid_auth", "login": "true", "challenge": "false", "kind": "OpenIDIdentityProvider", "client_id": "my_client_id", "client_secret": "my_client_secret", "claims": {"id": ["sub"], "preferredUsername": ["preferred_username"], "name": ["name"], "email": ["email"]}, "urls": {"authorize": "https://myidp.example.com/oauth2/authorize", "token": "https://myidp.example.com/oauth2/token"}]
#
# Configure OpenID CA certificate
# Specify either the ASCII contents of the certificate or the path to
# the local file that will be copied to the remote host. CA
# certificate contents will be copied to master systems and saved
# within /etc/origin/master/ with a filename matching the "ca" key set
# within the OpenIDIdentityProvider.
#
#openshift_master_openid_ca=<ca text>
# or
#openshift_master_openid_ca_file=<path to local ca file to use>
# Request header auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{"name": "my_request_header_provider", "challenge": "true", "login": "true", "kind": "RequestHeaderIdentityProvider", "challengeURL": "https://www.example.com/challenging-proxy/oauth/authorize?${query}", "loginURL": "https://www.example.com/login-proxy/oauth/authorize?${query}", "clientCommonNames": ["my-auth-proxy"], "headers": ["X-Remote-User", "SSO-User"], "emailHeaders": ["X-Remote-User-Email"], "nameHeaders": ["X-Remote-User-Display-Name"], "preferredUsernameHeaders": ["X-Remote-User-Login"]}]
#
# Configure request header CA certificate
# Specify either the ASCII contents of the certificate or the path to
# the local file that will be copied to the remote host. CA
# certificate contents will be copied to master systems and saved
# within /etc/origin/master/ with a filename matching the "clientCA"
# key set within the RequestHeaderIdentityProvider.
#
#openshift_master_request_header_ca=<ca text>
# or
#openshift_master_request_header_ca_file=<path to local ca file to use>
# GitHub auth
#openshift_master_identity_providers=[{"name": "github", "login": "true", "challenge": "false", "kind": "GitHubIdentityProvider", "mappingMethod": "claim", "client_id": "my_client_id", "client_secret": "my_client_secret", "teams": ["team1", "team2"], "hostname": "githubenterprise.example.com", "ca": "" }]
#
# Configure github CA certificate
# Specify either the ASCII contents of the certificate or the path to
# the local file that will be copied to the remote host. CA
# certificate contents will be copied to master systems and saved
# within /etc/origin/master/ with a filename matching the "ca" key set
# within the GitHubIdentityProvider.
#
#openshift_master_github_ca=<ca text>
# or
#openshift_master_github_ca_file=<path to local ca file to use>
# CloudForms Management Engine (ManageIQ) App Install
#
# Enables installation of MIQ server. Recommended for dedicated
# clusters only. See roles/openshift_management/README.md for instructions
# and requirements.
#openshift_management_install_management=False
# Cloud Provider Configuration
#
# Note: You may make use of environment variables rather than store
# sensitive configuration within the ansible inventory.
# For example:
#openshift_cloudprovider_aws_access_key="{{ lookup('env','AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID') }}"
#openshift_cloudprovider_aws_secret_key="{{ lookup('env','AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY') }}"
#
# AWS
#openshift_cloudprovider_kind=aws
# Note: IAM profiles may be used instead of storing API credentials on disk.
#openshift_cloudprovider_aws_access_key=aws_access_key_id
#openshift_cloudprovider_aws_secret_key=aws_secret_access_key
#
# Openstack
#openshift_cloudprovider_kind=openstack
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_auth_url=http://openstack.example.com:35357/v2.0/
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_username=username
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_password=password
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_domain_id=domain_id
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_domain_name=domain_name
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_tenant_id=tenant_id
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_tenant_name=tenant_name
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_region=region
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_lb_subnet_id=subnet_id
#
# Note: If you're getting a "BS API version autodetection failed" when provisioning cinder volumes you may need this setting
#openshift_cloudprovider_openstack_blockstorage_version=v2
#
# GCE
#openshift_cloudprovider_kind=gce
# Note: When using GCE, openshift_gcp_project and openshift_gcp_prefix must be
# defined.
# openshift_gcp_project is the project-id
#openshift_gcp_project=
# openshift_gcp_prefix is a unique string to identify each openshift cluster.
#openshift_gcp_prefix=
#openshift_gcp_multizone=False
# Note: To enable nested virtualization in gcp use the following variable and url
#openshift_gcp_licenses="https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/vm-options/global/licenses/enable-vmx"
# Additional details regarding nested virtualization are available:
# https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/instances/enable-nested-virtualization-vm-instances
#
# vSphere
#openshift_cloudprovider_kind=vsphere
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_username=username
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_password=password
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_host=vcenter_host or vsphere_host
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_datacenter=datacenter
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_datastore=datastore
#openshift_cloudprovider_vsphere_folder=optional_folder_name
# Project Configuration
#osm_project_request_message=''
#osm_project_request_template=''
#osm_mcs_allocator_range='s0:/2'
#osm_mcs_labels_per_project=5
#osm_uid_allocator_range='1000000000-1999999999/10000'
# Configure additional projects
#openshift_additional_projects={'my-project': {'default_node_selector': 'label=value'}}
# Enable cockpit
#osm_use_cockpit=true
#
# Set cockpit plugins
#osm_cockpit_plugins=['cockpit-kubernetes']
# Native high availability (default cluster method)
# If no lb group is defined, the installer assumes that a load balancer has
# been preconfigured. For installation the value of
# openshift_master_cluster_hostname must resolve to the load balancer
# or to one or all of the masters defined in the inventory if no load
# balancer is present.
#openshift_master_cluster_hostname=openshift-ansible.test.example.com
# If an external load balancer is used public hostname should resolve to
# external load balancer address
#openshift_master_cluster_public_hostname=openshift-ansible.public.example.com
# Configure controller arguments
#osm_controller_args={'resource-quota-sync-period': ['10s']}
# Configure api server arguments
#osm_api_server_args={'max-requests-inflight': ['400']}
# additional cors origins
#osm_custom_cors_origins=['foo.example.com', 'bar.example.com']
# default project node selector
#osm_default_node_selector='region=primary'
# Override the default pod eviction timeout
#openshift_master_pod_eviction_timeout=5m
# Override the default oauth tokenConfig settings:
# openshift_master_access_token_max_seconds=86400
# openshift_master_auth_token_max_seconds=500
# Override master servingInfo.maxRequestsInFlight
#openshift_master_max_requests_inflight=500
# Override master and node servingInfo.minTLSVersion and .cipherSuites
# valid TLS versions are VersionTLS10, VersionTLS11, VersionTLS12
# example cipher suites override, valid cipher suites are https://golang.org/pkg/crypto/tls/#pkg-constants
#openshift_master_min_tls_version=VersionTLS12
#openshift_master_cipher_suites=['TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256', '...']
#
#openshift_node_min_tls_version=VersionTLS12
#openshift_node_cipher_suites=['TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256', '...']
# default storage plugin dependencies to install, by default the ceph and
# glusterfs plugin dependencies will be installed, if available.
#osn_storage_plugin_deps=['ceph','glusterfs','iscsi']
# OpenShift Router Options
#
# An OpenShift router will be created during install if there are
# nodes present with labels matching the default router selector,
# "node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true".
#
# Example:
# [nodes]
# node.example.com openshift_node_group_name="node-config-infra"
#
# Router selector (optional)
# Router will only be created if nodes matching this label are present.
# Default value: 'node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true'
#openshift_hosted_router_selector='node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true'
#
# Router replicas (optional)
# Unless specified, openshift-ansible will calculate the replica count
# based on the number of nodes matching the openshift router selector.
#openshift_hosted_router_replicas=2
#
# Router extended route validation (optional)
# If enabled, openshift-ansible will configure the router to perform extended
# validation on routes before admitting them.
#openshift_hosted_router_extended_validation=true
#
# Router force subdomain (optional)
# A router path format to force on all routes used by this router
# (will ignore the route host value)
#openshift_hosted_router_force_subdomain='${name}-${namespace}.apps.example.com'
#
# Router certificate (optional)
# Provide local certificate paths which will be configured as the
# router's default certificate.
#openshift_hosted_router_certificate={"certfile": "/path/to/router.crt", "keyfile": "/path/to/router.key", "cafile": "/path/to/router-ca.crt"}
#
# Manage the OpenShift Router (optional)
#openshift_hosted_manage_router=true
#
# Router sharding support has been added and can be achieved by supplying the correct
# data to the inventory. The variable to house the data is openshift_hosted_routers
# and is in the form of a list. If no data is passed then a default router will be
# created. There are multiple combinations of router sharding. The one described
# below supports routers on separate nodes.
#
#openshift_hosted_routers=[{'name': 'router1', 'certificate': {'certfile': '/path/to/certificate/abc.crt', 'keyfile': '/path/to/certificate/abc.key', 'cafile': '/path/to/certificate/ca.crt'}, 'replicas': 1, 'serviceaccount': 'router', 'namespace': 'default', 'stats_port': 1936, 'edits': [], 'images': 'openshift3/ose-${component}:${version}', 'selector': 'type=router1', 'ports': ['80:80', '443:443']}, {'name': 'router2', 'certificate': {'certfile': '/path/to/certificate/xyz.crt', 'keyfile': '/path/to/certificate/xyz.key', 'cafile': '/path/to/certificate/ca.crt'}, 'replicas': 1, 'serviceaccount': 'router', 'namespace': 'default', 'stats_port': 1936, 'edits': [{'action': 'append', 'key': 'spec.template.spec.containers[0].env', 'value': {'name': 'ROUTE_LABELS', 'value': 'route=external'}}], 'images': 'openshift3/ose-${component}:${version}', 'selector': 'type=router2', 'ports': ['80:80', '443:443']}]
# OpenShift Registry Console Options
# Override the console image prefix:
# origin default is "cockpit/", enterprise default is "openshift3/"
#openshift_cockpit_deployer_prefix=registry.example.com/myrepo/
# origin default is "kubernetes", enterprise default is "registry-console"
#openshift_cockpit_deployer_basename=my-console
# Override image version, defaults to latest for origin, vX.Y product version for enterprise
#openshift_cockpit_deployer_version=1.4.1
# Openshift Registry Options
#
# An OpenShift registry will be created during install if there are
# nodes present with labels matching the default registry selector,
# "node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true".
#
# Example:
# [nodes]
# node.example.com openshift_node_group_name="node-config-infra"
#
# Registry selector (optional)
# Registry will only be created if nodes matching this label are present.
# Default value: 'node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true'
#openshift_hosted_registry_selector='node-role.kubernetes.io/infra=true'
#
# Registry replicas (optional)
# Unless specified, openshift-ansible will calculate the replica count
# based on the number of nodes matching the openshift registry selector.
#openshift_hosted_registry_replicas=2
#
# Validity of the auto-generated certificate in days (optional)
#openshift_hosted_registry_cert_expire_days=730
#
# Manage the OpenShift Registry (optional)
#openshift_hosted_manage_registry=true
# Manage the OpenShift Registry Console (optional)
#openshift_hosted_manage_registry_console=true
#
# Registry Storage Options
#
# NFS Host Group
# An NFS volume will be created with path "nfs_directory/volume_name"
# on the host within the [nfs] host group. For example, the volume
# path using these options would be "/exports/registry". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "registry" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteMany']
# nfs_directory must conform to DNS-1123 subdomain must consist of lower case
# alphanumeric characters, '-' or '.', and must start and end with an alphanumeric character
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_nfs_options='*(rw,root_squash)'
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_name=registry
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#
# External NFS Host
# NFS volume must already exist with path "nfs_directory/_volume_name" on
# the storage_host. For example, the remote volume path using these
# options would be "nfs.example.com:/exports/registry". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "registry" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteMany']
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_host=nfs.example.com
# nfs_directory must conform to DNS-1123 subdomain must consist of lower case
# alphanumeric characters, '-' or '.', and must start and end with an alphanumeric character
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_name=registry
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#
# Openstack
# Volume must already exist.
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=openstack
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_openstack_filesystem=ext4
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_openstack_volumeID=3a650b4f-c8c5-4e0a-8ca5-eaee11f16c57
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#
# hostPath (local filesystem storage)
# Suitable for "all-in-one" or proof of concept deployments
# Must not be used for high-availability and production deployments
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=hostpath
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_hostpath_path=/var/lib/openshift_volumes
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#
# AWS S3
# S3 bucket must already exist.
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=object
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_provider=s3
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_encrypt=false
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_kmskeyid=aws_kms_key_id
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_accesskey=aws_access_key_id
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_secretkey=aws_secret_access_key
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_bucket=bucket_name
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_region=bucket_region
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_chunksize=26214400
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_rootdirectory=/registry
#openshift_hosted_registry_pullthrough=true
#openshift_hosted_registry_acceptschema2=true
#openshift_hosted_registry_enforcequota=true
#
# Any S3 service (Minio, ExoScale, ...): Basically the same as above
# but with regionendpoint configured
# S3 bucket must already exist.
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=object
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_provider=s3
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_accesskey=access_key_id
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_secretkey=secret_access_key
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_regionendpoint=https://myendpoint.example.com/
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_bucket=bucket_name
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_region=bucket_region
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_chunksize=26214400
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_rootdirectory=/registry
#openshift_hosted_registry_pullthrough=true
#openshift_hosted_registry_acceptschema2=true
#openshift_hosted_registry_enforcequota=true
#
# Additional CloudFront Options. When using CloudFront all three
# of the followingg variables must be defined.
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_cloudfront_baseurl=https://myendpoint.cloudfront.net/
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_cloudfront_privatekeyfile=/full/path/to/secret.pem
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_s3_cloudfront_keypairid=yourpairid
# vSphere Volume with vSphere Cloud Provider
# openshift_hosted_registry_storage_kind=vsphere
# openshift_hosted_registry_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
# openshift_hosted_registry_storage_annotations=['volume.beta.kubernetes.io/storage-provisioner: kubernetes.io/vsphere-volume']
#
# GCS Storage Bucket
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_provider=gcs
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_gcs_bucket=bucket01
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_gcs_keyfile=test.key
#openshift_hosted_registry_storage_gcs_rootdirectory=/registry
# Metrics deployment
# See: https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/latest/install_config/cluster_metrics.html
#
# By default metrics are not automatically deployed, set this to enable them
#openshift_metrics_install_metrics=true
#
# metrics-server deployment
# By default, metrics-server is not automatically deployed, unless metrics is also
# deployed. Deploying metrics-server is necessary to use the HorizontalPodAutoscaler.
# Set this to enable it.
#openshift_metrics_server_install=true
#
# Storage Options
# If openshift_metrics_storage_kind is unset then metrics will be stored
# in an EmptyDir volume and will be deleted when the cassandra pod terminates.
# Storage options A & B currently support only one cassandra pod which is
# generally enough for up to 1000 pods. Additional volumes can be created
# manually after the fact and metrics scaled per the docs.
#
# Option A - NFS Host Group
# An NFS volume will be created with path "nfs_directory/volume_name"
# on the host within the [nfs] host group. For example, the volume
# path using these options would be "/exports/metrics". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "metrics" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_metrics_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_metrics_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_metrics_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_metrics_storage_nfs_options='*(rw,root_squash)'
#openshift_metrics_storage_volume_name=metrics
#openshift_metrics_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#openshift_metrics_storage_labels={'storage': 'metrics'}
#
# Option B - External NFS Host
# NFS volume must already exist with path "nfs_directory/_volume_name" on
# the storage_host. For example, the remote volume path using these
# options would be "nfs.example.com:/exports/metrics". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "metrics" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_metrics_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_metrics_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_metrics_storage_host=nfs.example.com
#openshift_metrics_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_metrics_storage_volume_name=metrics
#openshift_metrics_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#openshift_metrics_storage_labels={'storage': 'metrics'}
#
# Option C - Dynamic -- If openshift supports dynamic volume provisioning for
# your cloud platform use this.
#openshift_metrics_storage_kind=dynamic
#
# Other Metrics Options -- Common items you may wish to reconfigure, for the complete
# list of options please see roles/openshift_metrics/README.md
#
# Override metricsPublicURL in the master config for cluster metrics
# Defaults to https://hawkular-metrics.{{openshift_master_default_subdomain}}/hawkular/metrics
# Currently, you may only alter the hostname portion of the url, alterting the
# `/hawkular/metrics` path will break installation of metrics.
#openshift_metrics_hawkular_hostname=hawkular-metrics.example.com
# Configure the metrics component images # Note, these will be modified by oreg_url by default
#openshift_metrics_cassandra_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-metrics-cassandra:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_hawkular_agent_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-metrics-hawkular-openshift-agent:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_hawkular_metrics_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-metrics-hawkular-metrics:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_schema_installer_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-metrics-schema-installer:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_heapster_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-metrics-heapster:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
# when openshift_deployment_type=='openshift-enterprise'
#openshift_metrics_cassandra_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/metrics-cassandra:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_hawkular_agent_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/metrics-hawkular-openshift-agent:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_hawkular_metrics_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/metrics-hawkular-metrics:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_schema_installer_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/metrics-schema-installer:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#openshift_metrics_heapster_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/metrics-heapster:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
#
# StorageClass
# openshift_storageclass_name=gp2
# openshift_storageclass_parameters={'type': 'gp2', 'encrypted': 'false'}
# openshift_storageclass_mount_options=['dir_mode=0777', 'file_mode=0777']
# openshift_storageclass_reclaim_policy="Delete"
#
# PersistentLocalStorage
# If Persistent Local Storage is wanted, this boolean can be defined to True.
# This will create all necessary configuration to use persistent storage on nodes.
#openshift_persistentlocalstorage_enabled=False
#openshift_persistentlocalstorage_classes=[]
#openshift_persistentlocalstorage_path=/mnt/local-storage
#openshift_persistentlocalstorage_provisionner_image=quay.io/external_storage/local-volume-provisioner:v1.0.1
# Cluster monitoring
#
# Cluster monitoring is enabled by default, disable it by setting
# openshift_cluster_monitoring_operator_install=false
#
# Cluster monitoring configuration variables allow setting the amount of
# storage requested through PersistentVolumeClaims.
#
# openshift_cluster_monitoring_operator_prometheus_storage_capacity="50Gi"
# openshift_cluster_monitoring_operator_alertmanager_storage_capacity="2Gi"
# Logging deployment
#
# Currently logging deployment is disabled by default, enable it by setting this
#openshift_logging_install_logging=true
#
# Logging storage config
# Option A - NFS Host Group
# An NFS volume will be created with path "nfs_directory/volume_name"
# on the host within the [nfs] host group. For example, the volume
# path using these options would be "/exports/logging". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "logging" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_logging_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_logging_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_logging_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_logging_storage_nfs_options='*(rw,root_squash)'
#openshift_logging_storage_volume_name=logging
#openshift_logging_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#openshift_logging_storage_labels={'storage': 'logging'}
#
# Option B - External NFS Host
# NFS volume must already exist with path "nfs_directory/_volume_name" on
# the storage_host. For example, the remote volume path using these
# options would be "nfs.example.com:/exports/logging". "exports" is
# is the name of the export served by the nfs server. "logging" is
# the name of a directory inside of "/exports".
#openshift_logging_storage_kind=nfs
#openshift_logging_storage_access_modes=['ReadWriteOnce']
#openshift_logging_storage_host=nfs.example.com
#openshift_logging_storage_nfs_directory=/exports
#openshift_logging_storage_volume_name=logging
#openshift_logging_storage_volume_size=10Gi
#openshift_logging_storage_labels={'storage': 'logging'}
#
# Option C - Dynamic -- If openshift supports dynamic volume provisioning for
# your cloud platform use this.
#openshift_logging_storage_kind=dynamic
#
# Option D - none -- Logging will use emptydir volumes which are destroyed when
# pods are deleted
#
# Other Logging Options -- Common items you may wish to reconfigure, for the complete
# list of options please see roles/openshift_logging/README.md
#
# Configure loggingPublicURL in the master config for aggregate logging, defaults
# to kibana.{{ openshift_master_default_subdomain }}
#openshift_logging_kibana_hostname=logging.apps.example.com
# Configure the number of elastic search nodes, unless you're using dynamic provisioning
# this value must be 1
#openshift_logging_es_cluster_size=1
# Configure the multi-tenant SDN plugin (default is 'redhat/openshift-ovs-subnet')
# os_sdn_network_plugin_name='redhat/openshift-ovs-multitenant'
# Disable the OpenShift SDN plugin
# openshift_use_openshift_sdn=False
# Configure SDN cluster network and kubernetes service CIDR blocks. These
# network blocks should be private and should not conflict with network blocks
# in your infrastructure that pods may require access to. Can not be changed
# after deployment.
#
# WARNING : Do not pick subnets that overlap with the default Docker bridge subnet of
# 172.17.0.0/16. Your installation will fail and/or your configuration change will
# cause the Pod SDN or Cluster SDN to fail.
#
# WORKAROUND : If you must use an overlapping subnet, you can configure a non conflicting
# docker0 CIDR range by adding '--bip=192.168.2.1/24' to DOCKER_NETWORK_OPTIONS
# environment variable located in /etc/sysconfig/docker-network.
# When upgrading or scaling up the following must match whats in your master config!
# Inventory: master yaml field
# osm_cluster_network_cidr: clusterNetworkCIDR
# openshift_portal_net: serviceNetworkCIDR
# When installing osm_cluster_network_cidr and openshift_portal_net must be set.
# Sane examples are provided below.
#osm_cluster_network_cidr=10.128.0.0/14
#openshift_portal_net=172.30.0.0/16
# ExternalIPNetworkCIDRs controls what values are acceptable for the
# service external IP field. If empty, no externalIP may be set. It
# may contain a list of CIDRs which are checked for access. If a CIDR
# is prefixed with !, IPs in that CIDR will be rejected. Rejections
# will be applied first, then the IP checked against one of the
# allowed CIDRs. You should ensure this range does not overlap with
# your nodes, pods, or service CIDRs for security reasons.
#openshift_master_external_ip_network_cidrs=['0.0.0.0/0']
# IngressIPNetworkCIDR controls the range to assign ingress IPs from for
# services of type LoadBalancer on bare metal. If empty, ingress IPs will not
# be assigned. It may contain a single CIDR that will be allocated from. For
# security reasons, you should ensure that this range does not overlap with
# the CIDRs reserved for external IPs, nodes, pods, or services.
#openshift_master_ingress_ip_network_cidr=172.46.0.0/16
# Configure number of bits to allocate to each host's subnet e.g. 9
# would mean a /23 network on the host.
# When upgrading or scaling up the following must match whats in your master config!
# Inventory: master yaml field
# osm_host_subnet_length: hostSubnetLength
# When installing osm_host_subnet_length must be set. A sane example is provided below.
#osm_host_subnet_length=9
# Configure master API and console ports.
#openshift_master_api_port=8443
#openshift_master_console_port=8443
# set exact RPM version (include - prefix)
#openshift_pkg_version=-3.11.0
# you may also specify version and release, ie:
#openshift_pkg_version=-3.11.0-0.126.0.git.0.9351aae.el7
# Configure custom ca certificate
#openshift_master_ca_certificate={'certfile': '/path/to/ca.crt', 'keyfile': '/path/to/ca.key'}
#
# NOTE: CA certificate will not be replaced with existing clusters.
# This option may only be specified when creating a new cluster or
# when redeploying cluster certificates with the redeploy-certificates
# playbook.
# Configure custom named certificates (SNI certificates)
#
# https://docs.okd.io/latest/install_config/certificate_customization.html
# https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/latest/install_config/certificate_customization.html
#
# NOTE: openshift_master_named_certificates is cached on masters and is an
# additive fact, meaning that each run with a different set of certificates
# will add the newly provided certificates to the cached set of certificates.
#
# An optional CA may be specified for each named certificate. CAs will
# be added to the OpenShift CA bundle which allows for the named
# certificate to be served for internal cluster communication.
#
# If you would like openshift_master_named_certificates to be overwritten with
# the provided value, specify openshift_master_overwrite_named_certificates.
#openshift_master_overwrite_named_certificates=true
#
# Provide local certificate paths which will be deployed to masters
#openshift_master_named_certificates=[{"certfile": "/path/to/custom1.crt", "keyfile": "/path/to/custom1.key", "cafile": "/path/to/custom-ca1.crt"}]
#
# Detected names may be overridden by specifying the "names" key
#openshift_master_named_certificates=[{"certfile": "/path/to/custom1.crt", "keyfile": "/path/to/custom1.key", "names": ["public-master-host.com"], "cafile": "/path/to/custom-ca1.crt"}]
#
# Add a trusted CA to all pods, copies from the control host, may be multiple
# certs in one file
#openshift_additional_ca=/path/to/additional-ca.crt
# Session options
#openshift_master_session_name=ssn
#openshift_master_session_max_seconds=3600
# An authentication and encryption secret will be generated if secrets
# are not provided. If provided, openshift_master_session_auth_secrets
# and openshift_master_encryption_secrets must be equal length.
#
# Signing secrets, used to authenticate sessions using
# HMAC. Recommended to use secrets with 32 or 64 bytes.
#openshift_master_session_auth_secrets=['DONT+USE+THIS+SECRET+b4NV+pmZNSO']
#
# Encrypting secrets, used to encrypt sessions. Must be 16, 24, or 32
# characters long, to select AES-128, AES-192, or AES-256.
#openshift_master_session_encryption_secrets=['DONT+USE+THIS+SECRET+b4NV+pmZNSO']
# configure how often node iptables rules are refreshed
#openshift_node_iptables_sync_period=5s
# Configure nodeIP in the node config
# This is needed in cases where node traffic is desired to go over an
# interface other than the default network interface.
#openshift_set_node_ip=True
#openshift_node_kubelet_args is deprecated, use node config edits instead
# Configure logrotate scripts
# See: https://github.com/nickhammond/ansible-logrotate
#logrotate_scripts=[{"name": "syslog", "path": "/var/log/cron\n/var/log/maillog\n/var/log/messages\n/var/log/secure\n/var/log/spooler\n", "options": ["daily", "rotate 7", "compress", "sharedscripts", "missingok"], "scripts": {"postrotate": "/bin/kill -HUP `cat /var/run/syslogd.pid 2> /dev/null` 2> /dev/null || true"}}]
# The OpenShift-Ansible installer will fail when it detects that the
# value of openshift_kubelet_name_override resolves to an IP address not bound to any local
# interfaces. This mis-configuration is problematic for any pod leveraging host
# networking and liveness or readiness probes.
# Setting this variable to false will override that check.
#openshift_hostname_check=true
# Define an additional dnsmasq.conf file to deploy to /etc/dnsmasq.d/openshift-ansible.conf
# This is useful for POC environments where DNS may not actually be available yet or to set
# options like 'strict-order' to alter dnsmasq configuration.
#openshift_node_dnsmasq_additional_config_file=/home/bob/ose-dnsmasq.conf
# Global Proxy Configuration
# These options configure HTTP_PROXY, HTTPS_PROXY, and NOPROXY environment
# variables for docker and master services.
#
# Hosts in the openshift_no_proxy list will NOT use any globally
# configured HTTP(S)_PROXYs. openshift_no_proxy accepts domains
# (.example.com), hosts (example.com), and IP addresses.
#openshift_http_proxy=http://USER:PASSWORD@IPADDR:PORT
#openshift_https_proxy=https://USER:PASSWORD@IPADDR:PORT
#openshift_no_proxy='.hosts.example.com,some-host.com'
#
# Most environments don't require a proxy between openshift masters, nodes, and
# etcd hosts. So automatically add those hostnames to the openshift_no_proxy list.
# If all of your hosts share a common domain you may wish to disable this and
# specify that domain above instead.
#
# For example, having hosts with FQDNs: m1.ex.com, n1.ex.com, and
# n2.ex.com, one would simply add '.ex.com' to the openshift_no_proxy
# variable (above) and set this value to False
#openshift_generate_no_proxy_hosts=True
#
# These options configure the BuildDefaults admission controller which injects
# configuration into Builds. Proxy related values will default to the global proxy
# config values. You only need to set these if they differ from the global proxy settings.
# See BuildDefaults documentation at
# https://docs.okd.io/latest/admin_guide/build_defaults_overrides.html
#openshift_builddefaults_http_proxy=http://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT
#openshift_builddefaults_https_proxy=https://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT
#openshift_builddefaults_no_proxy=mycorp.com
#openshift_builddefaults_git_http_proxy=http://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT
#openshift_builddefaults_git_https_proxy=https://USER:PASSWORD@HOST:PORT
#openshift_builddefaults_git_no_proxy=mycorp.com
#openshift_builddefaults_image_labels=[{'name':'imagelabelname1','value':'imagelabelvalue1'}]
#openshift_builddefaults_nodeselectors={'nodelabel1':'nodelabelvalue1'}
#openshift_builddefaults_annotations={'annotationkey1':'annotationvalue1'}
#openshift_builddefaults_resources_requests_cpu=100m
#openshift_builddefaults_resources_requests_memory=256Mi
#openshift_builddefaults_resources_limits_cpu=1000m
#openshift_builddefaults_resources_limits_memory=512Mi
# Or you may optionally define your own build defaults configuration serialized as json
#openshift_builddefaults_json='{"BuildDefaults":{"configuration":{"apiVersion":"v1","env":[{"name":"HTTP_PROXY","value":"http://proxy.example.com.redhat.com:3128"},{"name":"NO_PROXY","value":"ose3-master.example.com"}],"gitHTTPProxy":"http://proxy.example.com:3128","gitNoProxy":"ose3-master.example.com","kind":"BuildDefaultsConfig"}}}'
# These options configure the BuildOverrides admission controller which injects
# configuration into Builds.
# See BuildOverrides documentation at
# https://docs.okd.io/latest/admin_guide/build_defaults_overrides.html
#openshift_buildoverrides_force_pull=true
#openshift_buildoverrides_image_labels=[{'name':'imagelabelname1','value':'imagelabelvalue1'}]
#openshift_buildoverrides_nodeselectors={'nodelabel1':'nodelabelvalue1'}
#openshift_buildoverrides_annotations={'annotationkey1':'annotationvalue1'}
#openshift_buildoverrides_tolerations=[{'key':'mykey1','value':'myvalue1','effect':'NoSchedule','operator':'Equal'}]
# Or you may optionally define your own build overrides configuration serialized as json
#openshift_buildoverrides_json='{"BuildOverrides":{"configuration":{"apiVersion":"v1","kind":"BuildDefaultsConfig","forcePull":"true"}}}'
# Enable service catalog
#openshift_enable_service_catalog=true
# Enable template service broker (requires service catalog to be enabled, above)
#template_service_broker_install=true
# Specify an openshift_service_catalog image
# (defaults for origin and openshift-enterprise, repsectively)
#openshift_service_catalog_image="docker.io/openshift/origin-service-catalog:{{ openshift_image_tag }}""
#openshift_service_catalog_image="registry.redhat.io/openshift3/ose-service-catalog:{{ openshift_image_tag }}"
# Configure one of more namespaces whose templates will be served by the TSB
#openshift_template_service_broker_namespaces=['openshift']
# masterConfig.volumeConfig.dynamicProvisioningEnabled, configurable as of 1.2/3.2, enabled by default
#openshift_master_dynamic_provisioning_enabled=True
# Admission plugin config
#openshift_master_admission_plugin_config={"ProjectRequestLimit":{"configuration":{"apiVersion":"v1","kind":"ProjectRequestLimitConfig","limits":[{"selector":{"admin":"true"}},{"maxProjects":"1"}]}},"PodNodeConstraints":{"configuration":{"apiVersion":"v1","kind":"PodNodeConstraintsConfig"}}}
# Configure usage of openshift_clock role.
#openshift_clock_enabled=true
# OpenShift Per-Service Environment Variables
# Environment variables are added to /etc/sysconfig files for
# each OpenShift node.
# API and controllers environment variables are merged in single
# master environments.
#openshift_node_env_vars={"ENABLE_HTTP2": "true"}
# Enable API service auditing
#openshift_master_audit_config={"enabled": "true"}
#
# In case you want more advanced setup for the auditlog you can
# use this line.
# The directory in "auditFilePath" will be created if it's not
# exist
#openshift_master_audit_config={"enabled": "true", "auditFilePath": "/var/lib/origin/openpaas-oscp-audit/openpaas-oscp-audit.log", "maximumFileRetentionDays": "14", "maximumFileSizeMegabytes": "500", "maximumRetainedFiles": "5"}
# Enable origin repos that point at Centos PAAS SIG, defaults to true, only used
# by openshift_deployment_type=origin
#openshift_enable_origin_repo=false
# Validity of the auto-generated OpenShift certificates in days.
# See also openshift_hosted_registry_cert_expire_days above.
#
#openshift_ca_cert_expire_days=1825
#openshift_node_cert_expire_days=730
#openshift_master_cert_expire_days=730
# Validity of the auto-generated external etcd certificates in days.
# Controls validity for etcd CA, peer, server and client certificates.
#
#etcd_ca_default_days=1825
#
# ServiceAccountConfig:LimitSecretRefences rejects pods that reference secrets their service accounts do not reference
# openshift_master_saconfig_limitsecretreferences=false
# Upgrade Control
#
# By default nodes are upgraded in a serial manner one at a time and all failures
# are fatal, one set of variables for normal nodes, one set of variables for
# nodes that are part of control plane as the number of hosts may be different
# in those two groups.
#openshift_upgrade_nodes_serial=1
#openshift_upgrade_nodes_max_fail_percentage=0
#openshift_upgrade_control_plane_nodes_serial=1
#openshift_upgrade_control_plane_nodes_max_fail_percentage=0
#
# You can specify the number of nodes to upgrade at once. We do not currently
# attempt to verify that you have capacity to drain this many nodes at once
# so please be careful when specifying these values. You should also verify that
# the expected number of nodes are all schedulable and ready before starting an
# upgrade. If it's not possible to drain the requested nodes the upgrade will
# stall indefinitely until the drain is successful.
#
# If you're upgrading more than one node at a time you can specify the maximum
# percentage of failure within the batch before the upgrade is aborted. Any
# nodes that do fail are ignored for the rest of the playbook run and you should
# take care to investigate the failure and return the node to service so that
# your cluster.
#
# The percentage must exceed the value, this would fail on two failures
# openshift_upgrade_nodes_serial=4 openshift_upgrade_nodes_max_fail_percentage=49
# where as this would not
# openshift_upgrade_nodes_serial=4 openshift_upgrade_nodes_max_fail_percentage=50
#
# A timeout to wait for nodes to drain pods can be specified to ensure that the
# upgrade continues even if nodes fail to drain pods in the allowed time. The
# default value of 0 will wait indefinitely allowing the admin to investigate
# the root cause and ensuring that disruption budgets are respected. If the
# a timeout of 0 is used there will also be one attempt to re-try draining the
# node. If a non zero timeout is specified there will be no attempt to retry.
#openshift_upgrade_nodes_drain_timeout=0
#
# Multiple data migrations take place and if they fail they will fail the upgrade
# You may wish to disable these or make them non fatal
#
# openshift_upgrade_pre_storage_migration_enabled=true
# openshift_upgrade_pre_storage_migration_fatal=true
# openshift_upgrade_post_storage_migration_enabled=true
# openshift_upgrade_post_storage_migration_fatal=false
######################################################################
# CloudForms/ManageIQ (CFME/MIQ) Configuration
# See the readme for full descriptions and getting started
# instructions: ../../roles/openshift_management/README.md or go directly to
# their definitions: ../../roles/openshift_management/defaults/main.yml
# ../../roles/openshift_management/vars/main.yml
#
# Namespace for the CFME project
#openshift_management_project: openshift-management
# Namespace/project description
#openshift_management_project_description: CloudForms Management Engine
# Choose 'miq-template' for a podified database install
# Choose 'miq-template-ext-db' for an external database install
#
# If you are using the miq-template-ext-db template then you must add
# the required database parameters to the
# openshift_management_template_parameters variable.
#openshift_management_app_template: miq-template
# Allowed options: nfs, nfs_external, preconfigured, cloudprovider.
#openshift_management_storage_class: nfs
# [OPTIONAL] - If you are using an EXTERNAL NFS server, such as a
# netapp appliance, then you must set the hostname here. Leave the
# value as 'false' if you are not using external NFS.
#openshift_management_storage_nfs_external_hostname: false
# [OPTIONAL] - If you are using external NFS then you must set the base
# path to the exports location here.
#
# Additionally: EXTERNAL NFS REQUIRES that YOU CREATE the nfs exports
# that will back the application PV and optionally the database
# pv. Export path definitions, relative to
# {{ openshift_management_storage_nfs_base_dir }}
#
# LOCAL NFS NOTE:
#
# You may also change this value if you want to change the default
# path used for local NFS exports.
#openshift_management_storage_nfs_base_dir: /exports
# LOCAL NFS NOTE:
#
# You may override the automatically selected LOCAL NFS server by
# setting this variable. Useful for testing specific task files.
#openshift_management_storage_nfs_local_hostname: false
# These are the default values for the username and password of the
# management app. Changing these values in your inventory will not
# change your username or password. You should only need to change
# these values in your inventory if you already changed the actual
# name and password AND are trying to use integration scripts.
#
# For example, adding this cluster as a container provider,
# playbooks/openshift-management/add_container_provider.yml
#openshift_management_username: admin
#openshift_management_password: smartvm
# A hash of parameters you want to override or set in the
# miq-template.yaml or miq-template-ext-db.yaml templates. Set this in
# your inventory file as a simple hash. Acceptable values are defined
# under the .parameters list in files/miq-template{-ext-db}.yaml
# Example:
#
# openshift_management_template_parameters={'APPLICATION_MEM_REQ': '512Mi'}
#openshift_management_template_parameters: {}
# Firewall configuration
# You can open additional firewall ports by defining them as a list. of service
# names and ports/port ranges for either masters or nodes.
#openshift_master_open_ports=[{"service":"svc1","port":"11/tcp"}]
#openshift_node_open_ports=[{"service":"svc2","port":"12-13/tcp"},{"service":"svc3","port":"14/udp"}]
# Service port node range
#openshift_node_port_range=30000-32767
# Enable unsupported configurations, things that will yield a partially
# functioning cluster but would not be supported for production use
#openshift_enable_unsupported_configurations=false