Hi Gaurav,

We usually don't change a pod directly -- we change the deployment
configuration (dc) that creates and manages the pod. Changing the dc
automatically destroys existing pods and creates new ones, using the
updated configuration.

[]s, Fernando Lozano


On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 10:42 AM, Vyacheslav Semushin <vsemu...@redhat.com>
wrote:

> 2018-03-07 4:00 GMT+01:00 Gaurav Ojha <gauravo...@gmail.com>:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I would like some help from you guys if possible.
>>
>> I am trying to mount a directory on my host machine to my OpenShift
>> instance.
>>
>> As per the kubernetes document here
>> <https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/storage/volumes/#hostpath> , it
>> mentions that changing the pod spec by simply adding the hostPath volume
>> should work, however, when I do that,  OpenShift throws an error whereby it
>> says that I am not permitted to modify other than a few handful.
>>
>
> If you provide also error message, we'll be able to provide a better
> solution for you.
>
> As far I remember Kubernetes doesn't allow to _modify_ all the pod fields
> but only subset of them. Have you tried to _create_ a pod instead of
> editing it?
>
> Is there any way to get this permission? I already have added set the
>> allowHostDirVolumePlugin to true and my containers run as root.
>>
>
> So, you've already seen this https://docs.openshift.org/1.
> 2/admin_guide/manage_scc.html#use-the-hostpath-volume-plugin ?
>
>
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> Slava Semushin | OpenShift
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