Mark05
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Cannot to the OpenShift API during training excercise DO378

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Hi,

I'm following the "Red Hat Cloud-Native Microservices Development with Quarkus (DO378)" Course

and when running the "lab deploy-microserviceapp start" command to prepare for the excercise this error is displayed:

Checking prerequisites for Describing a MicroService Application
Verifying the Openshift Cluster is running:
. Log in to OpenShift as developer.........FAIL

Cannot connect to the OpenShift API. Please check your network connectivity.

 Since this is running inside VMs, I have no idea where to look.

I am able to open the OpenShift Admin Webconsole, so OpenShift is running.

Any ideas?

Thank you

Mark

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Mark05
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To answer my question:

edit the /usr/local/etc/ocp4.config

add the info from the Lab Environment to these vars

RHT_OCP4_DEV_USER

RHT_OCP4_DEV_PASSWORD

RHT_OCP4_MASTER_API

and save.

run the lab script again

 

Enjoy

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shajain
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Hi Mark,

I tried to reproduce the issue you mentioned and here are the findings:

1) I first directly ran the command "lab deploy-microservicesapp start" and the result is it was failing for me.
2) I followed a different approach.

   2.1) I completed the "lab-configure" guided exercise. 

   2.2) Run the "lab deploy-microservicesapp start" command again and this time it was successful for me.

One more thing which I noticed is that Mark you are missing an alphabet 's' in the command and trying to run "lab deploy-microserviceapp start" instead of "lab deploy-microservicesapp start".

Can you follow the above steps and reply about the same?

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Mark05
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To answer my question:

edit the /usr/local/etc/ocp4.config

add the info from the Lab Environment to these vars

RHT_OCP4_DEV_USER

RHT_OCP4_DEV_PASSWORD

RHT_OCP4_MASTER_API

and save.

run the lab script again

 

Enjoy

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shajain
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Hi Mark,

I tried to reproduce the issue you mentioned and here are the findings:

1) I first directly ran the command "lab deploy-microservicesapp start" and the result is it was failing for me.
2) I followed a different approach.

   2.1) I completed the "lab-configure" guided exercise. 

   2.2) Run the "lab deploy-microservicesapp start" command again and this time it was successful for me.

One more thing which I noticed is that Mark you are missing an alphabet 's' in the command and trying to run "lab deploy-microserviceapp start" instead of "lab deploy-microservicesapp start".

Can you follow the above steps and reply about the same?

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Mark05
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Hi Shajain,

Thank you for your solution as it looks more appropiate than mine.

It also updates the /usr/local/etc/ocp4.config file.

So yes that works good, thank you.

the missing s is just a typo, did not copy and paste the command.

Thank you

Mark

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