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An error occurred creating the route #17183

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syui opened this Issue Nov 4, 2017 · 15 comments

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syui commented Nov 4, 2017

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oc v3.6.173.0.5
kubernetes v1.6.1+
features: Basic-Auth

Server https://api.starter-us-east-1.openshift.com:443
openshift v3.6.173.0.5
kubernetes v1.6.1+

An error occurred creating the route

I am using OpenShift Online Starter.

I was able to create routes until October.

At the time of route creation an error occurs.

An error occurred creating the route.
Reason: Route "xxxxxxx" is invalid: spec.host: Forbidden: you do not have permission to set the host field of the route

ref : openshift/openshift-docs#6086

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I am having the same issue.

kmb385 commented Nov 4, 2017

I am having the same issue.

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jkkj93 Nov 5, 2017

I met the same problem.

jkkj93 commented Nov 5, 2017

I met the same problem.

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@simo5 @enj the forbidden error looks like validation

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mfojtik commented Nov 6, 2017

@simo5 @enj the forbidden error looks like validation

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Custom routes were intentionally disabled in starter clusters late last week, was not intended to be a permanent feature.

CC @Miciah

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dgoodwin commented Nov 6, 2017

Custom routes were intentionally disabled in starter clusters late last week, was not intended to be a permanent feature.

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@abhgupta as well.

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dgoodwin commented Nov 6, 2017

@abhgupta as well.

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All of our starter clusters have had an additional restriction added which now prevents the creation of any route with the 'host' field set. When creating a route please do not set spec.host. The system will fill out spec.host for you after the route is created.

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eparis commented Nov 6, 2017

All of our starter clusters have had an additional restriction added which now prevents the creation of any route with the 'host' field set. When creating a route please do not set spec.host. The system will fill out spec.host for you after the route is created.

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This is inline with the Starter restriction of no custom domains allowed.

wgordon17 commented Nov 6, 2017

This is inline with the Starter restriction of no custom domains allowed.

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Can it handle CNAME or redirect?

Application is not available

syui commented Nov 6, 2017

Can it handle CNAME or redirect?

Application is not available

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@syui In order for a CNAME to be accepted, the route with the appropriate host must be created first. This is a restriction of the Starter plan. If you need a custom domain, you will have to upgrade to Pro.

wgordon17 commented Nov 6, 2017

@syui In order for a CNAME to be accepted, the route with the appropriate host must be created first. This is a restriction of the Starter plan. If you need a custom domain, you will have to upgrade to Pro.

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syui Nov 6, 2017

ok, thanks

syui commented Nov 6, 2017

ok, thanks

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bradley-s Nov 6, 2017

thats not great

bradley-s commented Nov 6, 2017

thats not great

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For additional context, custom host names in routes were always blocked for the Starter tier. However, that restriction/validation was lost during an upgrade (regression) and was re-applied last week.

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abhgupta commented Nov 6, 2017

For additional context, custom host names in routes were always blocked for the Starter tier. However, that restriction/validation was lost during an upgrade (regression) and was re-applied last week.

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kmb385 Nov 7, 2017

Looks like I will be switching hosting environments. Digital Ocean = $5 month

kmb385 commented Nov 7, 2017

Looks like I will be switching hosting environments. Digital Ocean = $5 month

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jkkj93 Nov 7, 2017

Got it.Thank you for answering.

jkkj93 commented Nov 7, 2017

Got it.Thank you for answering.

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wpg4665 Nov 8, 2017

@kmb385 Digital ocean is a great and affordable resource for basic web hosting, but if you need the advanced capabilities of a system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, then I'll use OpenShift all day long!

wpg4665 commented Nov 8, 2017

@kmb385 Digital ocean is a great and affordable resource for basic web hosting, but if you need the advanced capabilities of a system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, then I'll use OpenShift all day long!

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