Hi guys,

I deployed redis with replication controller successfully on openshift origin 
cluster.

Then I tried to create service for external clients to connect.

However, it seemed that it didn't work.

How could I debug similar problem? Is there any guidance about using externalIP 
in openshift?


The detailed information is as below,

[root@host-10-1-236-92 gluster]# oc get svc
NAME                CLUSTER-IP     EXTERNAL-IP                           
PORT(S)              AGE
glusterfs-cluster   172.30.6.143   <none>                                1/TCP  
              1d
redis-svc           172.30.51.20   10.1.236.92,10.1.236.93,10.1.241.55   
26379/TCP,6379/TCP   24m
[root@host-10-1-236-92 gluster]# oc describe svc redis-svc
Name:            redis-svc
Namespace:        openshiift-servicebroker
Labels:            <none>
Selector:        sb-2017-redis-master=master
Type:            ClusterIP
IP:            172.30.51.20
Port:            redis-sen    26379/TCP
Endpoints:        172.30.41.5:26379
Port:            redis-master    6379/TCP
Endpoints:        172.30.41.5:6379
Session Affinity:    None
No events.
[root@host-10-1-236-92 gluster]# cat redis-master-svc.yaml
---
kind: Service
apiVersion: v1
metadata:
  name: redis-svc
spec:
    selector:
      sb-2017-redis-master: master
    ports:
      - name: redis-sen
        protocol: TCP
        port: 26379
        targetPort: 26379
      - name: redis-master
        protocol: TCP
        port: 6379
        targetPort: 6379
    externalIPs:
      -  10.1.236.92
      -  10.1.236.93
      -  10.1.241.55



Thanks,

Jared, (韦煜)
Software developer
Interested in open source software, big data, Linux
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