On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 14:03:50 -0400, Luke Meyer wrote:
> Note however that the official Ansible script to setup OpenShift seem to
> use latest, unless you specify 'openshift_version' in the hosts file
> (and that you should do that was not obvious to me). Also, it seems that
> you need to specify the full version, like 18.104.22.168, for example.
> openshift_version is really a somewhat internal variable, whose outcome is
> supposed to be determined from openshift_release or other factors. Although
> some people probably do set it just directly and nothing dire happens.
> Did you have...?
No, I didn't. Thanks for the hint, I'll put it in. Also, thanks for
> I think this is what openshift_image_tag may be for:
> ... however it's not clear from that description whether it's only used for the
> OpenShift components (masters, nodes, etc) on containerized images, or also
> configured for the images used in pods like ose, router, etc.
OK, I'll do some experiments with openshift_release and openshift_image_tag.
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