Can anyone look into this further? I would really appreciate a solution.
Thanks for your time!
Haven't forgotten about this issue. We are in the process of putting together some more fixes for the puppet module, and I'd like to address this issue in the same update.
Having said that, is there any particular reason that you are using the puppet script directly, instead of using install.openshift.com
? If the installer is missing your use case, I'd like to know what it is so that I can put it on the oo-install backlog.
I know that having you use oo-install doesn't solve this bug, but if you are pressed for time then the installer may be useful to you.
I actually installed on a fresh VM so I did not have any earlier version installed.
Uninstalling and reinstalling still gives me
└── openshift-openshift_origin (v3.0.1)
Is that correct?
Error still occurs...
Please manually uninstall the puppet module and then reinstall it; the version number is the same so you won't be able to pick up the fix otherwise.
Bad news is I get the same error...
Error: exception object expected at /etc/puppet/modules/openshift_origin/manifests/role.pp:66
Thanks a lot guys!
I can confirm I have v 3.0.1 of the openshift module installed and I did run puppet in verbose mode :)
I will try it out with the new version of the puppet module
You're welcome. I'm glad I could help :) Thanks for accepting the pull request.