Basically you do 2 things:

1. create your openstack environment with the instances you need and the appropriate networking (just like you would for any environment)

2. deploy openshift using the ansible playbooks [1]

But there is a lot of devil in the detail and it depends a bit on what you are wanting to deploy (openstack cloud provider, glusterfs ...). We have used a number of openstack environments, and found them all to be a bit fragile. Added to this the openshift environment is continually changing (playbooks, RPMs, Docker images) so the whole process is a bit temperamental, but it can be made to work.

For sure you should look at the parts of the openshift documentation that cover openstack [2, 3] as well as these contrib playbooks that also handle creation of the openstack parts [4] (but IMHO these are not really suitable for creating a real cluster as they are).

[2] [3] [4]

On 10/04/18 11:27, Yu Wei wrote:
How to deploy openshift origin cluster on openstack?
Could I use magnum, heat or other components?

Is there any document about this?


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