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  1. OpenShift Specialist Platform Team
  2. SPLAT-1554

Enhance MCO to allow multiple vCenters

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    • OpenShift SPLAT - Sprint 254

      User Story

      As an OpenShift administrator, I would like MCO to not become degraded due to vSphere Multi vCenter feature gate being enabled so that I can begin to install my cluster across multiple vcenters.

      Description

      The purpose of this story is to perform the needed changes to get MCO allowing the configuration of the new Feature Gate for vSphere Multi vCenter support.  There will be other stories created to track the functional improvements of MCO.  By default, the operator will still only allow one vCenter definition; however, once the feature gate for vSphere Multi vCenter is enabled, we will allow more than one vCenter.  Initially, the plan is to only allow a max of 3 vCenter definitions which will be controlled via the CRD for the vSphere infrastructure definitions.

      Required:

      The MCO after install must not fail due to the number of vCenters configured.  Any other failure reported based on issues performing operator tasks is valid and should be addressed via a new story.

      ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

      • multi vcenter enabled: MCO is not degraded from having more than one vCenter defined in the infrastructure custom resource
      • multi vcenter disabled: MCO will become degraded if vCenter count is greater than 1

      ENGINEERING DETAILS

      We will need to enhance all logic that has hard coded vCenter size to now look to see if vSphere Multi vCenter feature gate is enabled.  If it is enabled, the vCenter count may be larger than 1, else it will still need to fail with the error message of vCenter count may not be greater than 1.

            rhn-support-ngirard Neil Girard
            rhn-support-ngirard Neil Girard
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