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  1. OpenShift Bugs
  2. OCPBUGS-34524

Post install featuregate enablement for egressfirewall doesn't work


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    • 4.16
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      Description of problem:
      Post featuregate enabling for egressfirewall doesn't work

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

      How reproducible:

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Setup 4.16 ovn cluster
      2. Following doc to enable feature gate https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/4.15/nodes/clusters/nodes-cluster-enabling-features.html#nodes-cluster-enabling-features-cli_nodes-cluster-enabling

      3. Configure egressfirewall with dnsName

      Actual results:
      no dnsnameresolver under openshift-ovn-kubernetes
      Expected results:
      The feature is enabled and should have dnsnameresolver

      Additional info:

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      Affected Platforms:

      Is it an

      1. internal CI failure
      2. customer issue / SD
      3. internal RedHat testing failure

      If it is an internal RedHat testing failure:

      • Please share a kubeconfig or creds to a live cluster for the assignee to debug/troubleshoot along with reproducer steps (specially if it's a telco use case like ICNI, secondary bridges or BM+kubevirt).

      If it is a CI failure:

      • Did it happen in different CI lanes? If so please provide links to multiple failures with the same error instance
      • Did it happen in both sdn and ovn jobs? If so please provide links to multiple failures with the same error instance
      • Did it happen in other platforms (e.g. aws, azure, gcp, baremetal etc) ? If so please provide links to multiple failures with the same error instance
      • When did the failure start happening? Please provide the UTC timestamp of the networking outage window from a sample failure run
      • If it's a connectivity issue,
      • What is the srcNode, srcIP and srcNamespace and srcPodName?
      • What is the dstNode, dstIP and dstNamespace and dstPodName?
      • What is the traffic path? (examples: pod2pod? pod2external?, pod2svc? pod2Node? etc)

      If it is a customer / SD issue:

      • Provide enough information in the bug description that Engineering doesn’t need to read the entire case history.
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      • Describe what each relevant attachment is intended to demonstrate (failed pods, log errors, OVS issues, etc).
      • Referring to the attached must-gather, sosreport or other attachment, please provide the following details:
        • If the issue is in a customer namespace then provide a namespace inspect.
        • If it is a connectivity issue:
          • What is the srcNode, srcNamespace, srcPodName and srcPodIP?
          • What is the dstNode, dstNamespace, dstPodName and dstPodIP?
          • What is the traffic path? (examples: pod2pod? pod2external?, pod2svc? pod2Node? etc)
          • Please provide the UTC timestamp networking outage window from must-gather
          • Please provide tcpdump pcaps taken during the outage filtered based on the above provided src/dst IPs
        • If it is not a connectivity issue:
          • Describe the steps taken so far to analyze the logs from networking components (cluster-network-operator, OVNK, SDN, openvswitch, ovs-configure etc) and the actual component where the issue was seen based on the attached must-gather. Please attach snippets of relevant logs around the window when problem has happened if any.
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            npinaeva@redhat.com Nadia Pinaeva
            huirwang Huiran Wang
            Huiran Wang Huiran Wang
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