dgrove-oss commented on issue #253: No whisk-system Namespace after installation
URL: 
https://github.com/apache/incubator-openwhisk-deploy-kube/issues/253#issuecomment-404533474
 
 
   hi.  sorry I didn't get to this yesterday.  The logs in the apigateway pod 
are "normal".
   
   If the install routemgmt job completed successfully, then the system 
namespace should be there (although you can't see it using the default guest 
authorization; you have to use the system one).
   
   Try the two commands below and see if you get similar output.
   
   ```
   daves-mbp-3:incubator-openwhisk-deploy-kube dgrove$ wski --auth `kubectl -n 
openwhisk get secret whisk.auth -o jsonpath='{.data.guest}' | base64 --decode` 
namespace list
   namespaces
   guest
   daves-mbp-3:incubator-openwhisk-deploy-kube dgrove$ wski --auth `kubectl -n 
openwhisk get secret whisk.auth -o jsonpath='{.data.system}' | base64 --decode` 
namespace list
   namespaces
   whisk.system
   ```
   
   
   

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