ansible-ansible-openshift-ansible

Ansible playbooks to run ansible on a remote "openshift control" what will run openshift-ansible to deploy a cluster

Commit 5388b7c it's not git refspec, but git module version for tag checkouts

3 files Authored and Committed by maxamillion 2 months ago
it's not git refspec, but git module version for tag checkouts

Signed-off-by: Adam Miller <maxamillion@fedoraproject.org>

    
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@
        git:
          repo: "https://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible.git"
          dest: "{{ openshift_ansible_path }}"
-         refspec: "{{ openshift_ansible_refspec }}"
+         version: "{{ openshift_ansible_version }}"
  
      - name: create the inventory file
        template:
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
  openshift-control.example.com
  
  [openshift-cluster-masters]
- openshift-master01.example.com
+ origin-master01.example.com
  
  [openshift-cluster-nodes]
- openshift-node0[1:2].example.com 
\ No newline at end of file
+ origin-node0[1:2].example.com 
\ No newline at end of file
@@ -12,10 +12,10 @@
  # remotely
  openshift_ansible_playbook: "playbooks/byo/config.yml"
  
- # openshift-ansible refspec, this is the git tag of the "release" of the
+ # openshift-ansible version tag, this is the git tag of the "release" of the
  # openshift-ansible git repo. We need to track OpenShift v1.x to
  # openshift-ansible-3.x.y-1 as that's the release/tag standard upstream.
- openshift_ansible_refspec: "openshift-ansible-3.2.35-1"
+ openshift_ansible_version: "openshift-ansible-3.2.35-1"
  
  # The group names assigned to these variables are used to create the "effective"
  # inventory (via a template) that is used to deploy the OpenShift Cluster via