Fahad
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Specifying version of OpenShift in install-config.yaml file

Hi All,

I am new to OCP and want to know how we can specify in install-config.yaml file the version i want to install .

 

For e.g i want to install OCP 4.3.18

 

Thanks

Fahad

 

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Walid
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On  top of what environment are you trying to install? as far as I know you do not specify the version in

install-config.yaml, it is the RHCOS images you downloaded and used for installation, look at the ignition file and check which RHCOS release is referenced?

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Fahad
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Hi Walid,

 

I am deploying on Azure using IPI. Actually Red Hat support engineer asked this question

 

Please confirm which OCP you are installing OCP 4.3.0 or OCP 4.3.8

 

Fahad

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Walid
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in your install directory, there will be a log file ".openshift_install.log" that has the version as part of the log. mine had something like "time="2020-05-10T19:23:48+03:00" level=debug msg="OpenShift Installer 4.4.3""

If it was a UPI install, check in the ignition file to determine the version by which version RHCOS is refernced

May be you can check the openshift-install tool for which version you tried to download also

./openshift-install version
openshift-install 4.4.3

 

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Fahad
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Hi Walid,

 

Yes i can check the installer version but i need to know that this 4.3.18(in my case) installer is installing which OCP version.

How can i get that info?

 

Fahad

 

 

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Walid
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it is by default installing 4.3.18 unless you have upgraded the cluster. What state is the cluster in? what files do you have available and accessible? do you have the openshift_install.log file? or can you do export KUBECONFIG=auth/kubeconfig if the api is up? and then you can use the whole shebang of oc commands against the cluster

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