Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1312343
[DOCS] specify minimal supported number of masters/nodes
Last modified: 2017-11-29 13:16:58 EST
Section Number and Name:
2.2.2. System Requirements
Describe the issue:
Documentation describes minimal hardware required for a master or node however there is no mention of the minimal number of masters/nodes in a supported environment, or whether all of these components can co-exist on a single node
Suggestions for improvement:
provide details about minimal number of masters/hosts and supportability of all-in-one environments
Does this new section satisfy your issue?
The new section provides good environment examples, however there is no guidance on why one should be chosen over the other. Also, the question from #0 is not answered: are all-in-one environments possible?
Added new section to https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/3.6/install_config/install/planning.html#environment-scenarios:
Single Master and Nodes on One System
OpenShift Container Platform can be installed on a single system for a development environment only.
An _all-in-one environment_ is not considered a production environment.
Also, added a link back to the Sizing section to help users determine which environment to use.
Use these scenarios as a basis for planning your own cluster, based on your xref:sizing[sizing] needs.
Jianlin -- Please take a look at what I added.
Most seem good to me, move to "VERIFIED".
One very minor issue, should correct to "Nodes" to "Node", right? also leave a comment in the PR, once fixed, pls merge it directly.
Thanks for updating the doc, Michael. Looks good to me!
Changes are live