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  1. OpenShift Bugs
  2. OCPBUGS-2088

User can set rendezvous host to be a worker

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      Previously, if you configured the rendezvous IP to the IP address of the host that has a `role` parameter set to `worker` and you generated an ISO image, the Agent-based installer would fail to install the cluster. Now, when you attempt to generate an ISO image based on this configuration, you will receive a validation failure message. On receiving this message, you must update the `rendezvousIP` field in the `agent-config.yaml` file to use the IP of a `master` host. (link:https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPBUGS-2088[*OCPBUGS-2088*])
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      Previously, if you configured the rendezvous IP to the IP address of the host that has a `role` parameter set to `worker` and you generated an ISO image, the Agent-based installer would fail to install the cluster. Now, when you attempt to generate an ISO image based on this configuration, you will receive a validation failure message. On receiving this message, you must update the `rendezvousIP` field in the `agent-config.yaml` file to use the IP of a `master` host. (link: https://issues.redhat.com/browse/OCPBUGS-2088 [* OCPBUGS-2088 *])
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      The rendezvous host must be one of the control plane nodes.

      The user has control over the rendezvous IP in the agent-config. In the case where they also provide NMState config with static IPs, we are able to verify whether the rendezvous IP points to a control plane node or not. If it does not, we should fail.

            bfournie@redhat.com Robert Fournier
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