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       4. Docker 1.13.1 breaking 3.7.0 installs (Brigman, Larry)


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    Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 03:59:33 +0000
    From: "Brigman, Larry" <larry.brig...@arris.com>
    To: "users@lists.openshift.redhat.com"
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    Subject: Docker 1.13.1 breaking 3.7.0 installs
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    Looks like CentOS has released an update to Docker.  The playbooks want to 
say that it should use it but there is another test that says it cannot use 
anything > 1.12.

    None of the variables allow over-riding this setting using the rpm packages.
    The only way I found to get this working is to modify
    roles/openshift_health_checker/openshift_checks/package_version.py
    Adding this line to the openshift_to_docker_version:
            (3, 7): "1.13",

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We’re seeing this same issue on new install of 3.7 or on upgrade from 3.6 to 
3.7.  We tried excluder for docker, but version in centos 3.7 repo only 
excludes to 1.14. You can manually add 1.13 to this list.

exclude= docker*1.20*  docker*1.19*  docker*1.18*  docker*1.17*  docker*1.16*  
docker*1.15*  docker*1.14*

We’ve downgraded docker to 1.12 and set this during install has temp 
workaround:   openshift_disable_check=package_version

Thanks,

Todd


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