The openshift-ansible install pulls from docker.io without any special configuration required.
If you have a registry keys that you previously used for OSE, then removed those and anything that references redhat registry.
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On Behalf Of Subhendu Ghosh
Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2019 6:20 PM
To: Martes G. Wigglesworth <martes mgwigglesworth com>
Cc: users <users lists openshift redhat com>
Subject: Re: Where do I source upstream images, when running an OKD 3.11 offline installation?
Have you tried Docker hub?
On Sun, May 12, 2019 at 5:30 PM Martes G. Wigglesworth <martes mgwigglesworth com> wrote:
I am sure you have fielded this question previously, howevever, I am forced to ask directly since I haven't found any good direct information.
What do I use for an upstream registry for OKD/openshift-origin?
If I were attempting to poll for requisite images to produce the fully open-sourced version of a dedicated or "offline" OKd installation, is there a direct route to pull from, such as what is described in the Red Hat Openshift Platform 3.11 documentation on the subject?
What do I "docker pull" to replicate the required images for operations within openshift origin/okd, to replicate online behavior, as installed using some upstream registry, such as using redhat.io?
Any assistance would be much appreciated, as I am only really familiar with the enterprise product direct from Red Hat.
I believe the OKD images would need to run on CentOS based infrastructure images, so that is also why I assume I would need a registry hosting "centos-based" images.
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