Hi, I am using fedora 29, minishift 1.32 and trying to create routes
for a sonatype/nexus image, command "oc expose svc/nexus", the route
is added but not enabled, the message is "The route is not accepting
traffic yet because it has not been admitted by a router. ". I
remember having this problem before, but somehow if worked after a
How to solve this problem ?
More information about the minishift runtime
Claudio Miranda <claudio(a)redhat.com>
Senior Software Engineer - Syndesis (Fuse)
On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 2:57 PM Francesco Marchioni <fmarchio(a)redhat.com>
> Hi Praveen
> I'm writing in regards to a failure I have observed in Minishift when
> executing a POST request with a generated Bearer Token in it. (Attaching a
> picture).The same request works fine on an OCP Cluster.
> I have seen a -request-oauth-tokenparameter has been added by the issue in
> the subject, however it does not print the Token:
> ./minishift console --url --request-oauth-token -v 5
> -- minishift version: v1.32.0+009893b
yes that is expected since we can't able to print the token without
authentication. if you want to get the access token better to follow below
- ./minishift console --request-oauth-token
This will open the console to browser and you need to login, once you done
with the login then it will be redirect to token URI.
 https://imgur.com/a/2d7lqg8 (Thanks Anjan)
> Do you know any setting / permission that are required to return the oauth
> Token ?
> I'm using a fairly basic configuration with just:
> $ oc login -u system:admin
> $ oc adm policy add-cluster-role-to-user cluster-admin admin
> Any help is much appreciated
> Francesco Marchioni
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I am wondering if there are plans in the works to get Minishift working
with OpenShift Container Platform 4. Or perhaps an estimate of how long
it might take for Minishift to catch up once OCP4 is released.
Background: I'm currently involved with a project that uses Minishift to
set up an ephemeral OpenShift cluster for our CI/CD and am hoping to
make sure we're using a long-term solution in Minishift.
Thanks in advance for any info you can provide,
Systems Administrator, RDU
Happy holidays and seasonal greetings. Although many of you celebrate
Christmas, some elves have remained hard at work to be able to deliver
you the release of Minishift 1.29.0.
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Hi all again,
pardon a question. I can see my minishift builds are failing because of:
Warning Evicted kubelet, localhost The node
was low on resource: ephemeral-storage. Container sti-build was using 16Ki,
which exceeds its request of 0.
How do you configure ephemeral storage in minishift ?
isn't it sufficient to start with:
./minishift start --cpus 4 --memory 8GB --disk-size 50GB
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