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Re: 'oc cluster up' command



Hi Aleksandar,

You can specify your default router suffix as an argument (--routing-suffix). Or you can bring up your cluster, modify the configuration however you like, shut it down and bring it up again with the --use-existing-config flag. Details are in the readme doc.

On Wed, May 18, 2016 at 8:12 AM, Aleksandar Kostadinov <akostadi redhat com> wrote:
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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