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Re: [atomic] How To Create a Node for Atomic Registry to Deploy to

I'm using Fedora's Atomic distribution, and following the Registry setup guide here:


Following it step by step. The Registry services work, but when creating a new Deployment it hangs because it's unable to find any "available nodes" to deploy on.

I would like to have it working on Fedora Atomic instead of OpenShift. Is there something else that I'm missing that I need to do before setting up Registry? kubeamd init?

On January 27, 2017 1:53:44 PM EST, Aaron Weitekamp <aweiteka redhat com> wrote:
The atomic registry installer[1] deploys an all-in-one registy-master-node configuration. It's not intended to support arbitrary pod deployment. The installer should deploy the registry and console pods on the node.

However, the best supported deployment today is the stand-alone registry method on OpenShift[2]. Slightly more complex but more reliable, better tested, etc.

[1] http://docs.projectatomic.io/registry/latest/registry_quickstart/administrators/index.html
[2] https://docs.openshift.org/latest/install_config/install/stand_alone_registry.html

On Thu, Jan 26, 2017 at 2:54 PM, Eric <naisanza gmail com> wrote:
Following the Quick Start Guide doesn't tell you how to create a Node. I'm unable to deploy any images since it requires a Node to deploy on

When creating a new Deployment I get the error in the event messages:

"no nodes available to schedule pods"

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