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  1. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management
  2. ACM-10580

HCP OpenShift Virtualization web console does not create clusters in HighAvailability mode

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      Description of problem:

      Creating HCP clusters with the OpenShift Virtualization platform using the MCE web console results in single replica control plane pods. This means only a single etcd instance is deployed which is not resilient to failures.

       

      The hcp cli tool defaults to creating clusters with a control plane availability policy  set to "HighlyAvailable". The web console should perform the same default. 

      Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):

      MCE 2.5

      How reproducible:

      100%

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. use the web console to create an HCP Openshift Virtualization cluster

      Actual results:

      HostedCluster defaults to hc.spec.controllerAvailabilityPolicy = SingleReplica

      Expected results:

      HostedCluster defaults to hc.spec.controllerAvailabilityPolicy = HighlyAvailable

      Additional info:

            fxiang@redhat.com Feng Xiang
            rhn-engineering-dvossel David Vossel
            David Huynh David Huynh
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