I have definitely hithttps://github.com/openshift/origin-server/pull/4150before on CentOS (as well as a few issues with private keys in openshift.conf and the older revision of the Puppet scripts) but I'm otherwise doing pretty well running Origin Release 2 on a cluster of CentOS 6.4 machines.
At one time vagrant was the culprit of failed (puppet driven) installs. Krishna, Jamey, Ben Klank, and Ben Langfeld fixed it several months ago. Info can be found here ---> https://github.com/worldline/openshift-vagrant-centos. Has anyone had recent success re: installing 2.0 on CentOS since then?
Have you tried this with oo-install yet? Krishna can correct me if I'm out to lunch on this, and I'll set up a test case right now, but my understanding is that oo-install's (Puppet-based) Origin installation workflow functions correctly on RHEL, so it -should- function correctly on CentOS. Anyone who knows better, please feel free to contradict me...
Hi Harrison, When I tried it before on Scientific Linux it wouldn't define Scientific Linux as a "rhel" machine. I had to hack the code to fool it. After that, things ran fine.
It looks like that section of code has changed, but I believe it still will not recognize either Scientific Linux or CentOS as a rhel machine.
Troy p.s. I will verify later today if needs be, but right now my virtual machine is misbehaving.