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Cadet
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DO280 v 3.9 Lab setup on Laptop failed

Hi All,

Good Day!

I have tried to setup my own Lab in Oracle Virtual Box running in Mac OS Pro 16 Gb Physical Memory and 300GB of Disk space.

I had followed the instructions provied by "https://spiritedengineering.net/2019/08/05/put-red-hat-openshift-on-your-laptop-using-virtualbox-and..."

Master VM - Cento OS 7.5, 3 vCPU's 12 GB vRAM

Compute VM - Centos 7.5 , 1vCPU's 8GB vRAM

still I am unable to get the cluster up, almost 20 days I am failing, I am new to Openshift community. I am preparing for v3.9 exams my Redhat labs will expire soon. 

I wanted to have my own lab in laptop to learn and get this certificaiton, please help!

Regards,

Ramesh

 

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Re: DO280 v 3.9 Lab setup on Laptop failed

Hi Ramesh

Manually creating the VMs for an OCP cluster is not an easy task.

If you are ok with using OCP 4.x, I would recommend you to take a look at CodeReady Containers (https://developers.redhat.com/products/codeready-containers/overview).

CRC creates the needed VMs and sets up OpenShift on your laptop with barely any effort.

If you are stuck with OCP 3.x, the upstream project Minishift does a similar job: https://github.com/minishift/minishift

I've successfully used both tools to deploy clusters on my local machine.

Hope it helps.

 

KR

 

Jordi Sola

 

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