If you're installing an all-in-one, you need to set the label
compute=trueon the node as that is the
default node selector in 3.9.
On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 4:01 AM, Charles Moulliard <cmoullia redhat com> wrote:
> I have installed openshift origin using the openshift-ansible "release-3.9"
> branch but
> when I create a new application such as MySQL using the openshift template
> within by example the project "demo", then the deployment fails and reports
> this error
> "0/1 nodes are available: 1 MatchNodeSelector."
> This problem is due to the fact that the project doesn't include the
> following annotation "openshift.io/node-selector="
> See -->
> oc describe project/demo
> Name: demo
> Created: About a minute ago
> Labels: <none>
> Annotations: openshift.io/description=
> Is there a way to tell to openshift to add such annotation for every project
> created ?
> Do I have to report a bug to origin or openshif-ansible project ?
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