OpenShift 3 cheatsheet

Here are a few useful commands that you may very often use on OpenShift 3. Mark a node as non schedulable: Useful once you’ve created OpenShift router and registry to avoid any other scheduling on these nodes: oadm manage-node node1.example.com –schedulable=false Deploy OpenShift integrated docker registry: oadm registry –config=/etc/openshift/master/admin.kubeconfig \ –credentials=/etc/openshift/master/openshift-registry.kubeconfig \ –images=’registry.access.redhat.com/openshift3/ose-${component}:${version}’ Deploy anContinue reading OpenShift 3 cheatsheet

Adding/setting insecure-registry to docker machine afterwards

Running docker on non-Linux based environment became very convenient and easy with docker-machine which is the successor of docker-boot. Basically, docker-machine allows you to manage multiple virtual machines running Linux to host your docker installation and then allows you to run your containers. More than a fantastic tool for OSX and Windows, it is alsoContinue reading Adding/setting insecure-registry to docker machine afterwards

Starting with OpenShift v3 : Using the All-In-One Virtual Machine

OpenShift v3 is a PaaS management software relying on innovative technologies allowing you to run your own cloud environment in your private infrastructure, on public clouds or in hybrid way. To get familiar with OpenShift, the best thing to do, is try to install it on your (muscled (8GB+ RAM)) laptop and deploy some ofContinue reading Starting with OpenShift v3 : Using the All-In-One Virtual Machine

Enable IPv6 in Pidora

I was disappointed to see that so poor documentation exists on how to enable IPv6 on a RaspberryPi running Pidora (the Fedora version for the RPi). After hanging here and out, I finally simply managed to run it using NetworkManager configuration. Since my RPi is a headless (no display machine), I simply installed XQuartz onContinue reading Enable IPv6 in Pidora