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Re: 'oc cluster up' command



This is an amazingly nice feature. Two questions:

* How can one change master configuration (e.g. default router subdomain)?
* How does one clean-up things after down (i.e. delete generated certificates, docker images, etc.)?

Cesar Wong wrote on 05/18/2016 03:48 AM:
PR #7675 <https://github.com/openshift/origin/pull/7675> introduces a
new command 'oc cluster up' that allows you to start an OpenShift
all-in-one cluster with a configured registry, router and an initial set
of templates and image streams. The 'oc cluster down' command will stop
the cluster.

The command can be run from any client platform we support (Windows, OS
X, Linux). All it requires is a valid Docker connection.

At it's most basic, ensure Docker commands work, like 'docker ps',
download the 'oc' binary
<https://github.com/openshift/origin/releases/latest> for your platform,
and run:

$ oc cluster up

To stop, run

$ oc cluster down

You can read more about other options and usage in specific
situations here
<https://github.com/csrwng/origin/blob/1a19ebdba32376766f80d079a80782ca59a1fd55/docs/cluster_up_down.md>.





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