Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1459702
SSA cannot be performed from the UI zone
Last modified: 2018-07-12 13:28:58 EDT
Description of problem:
I have a multi-appliance setup with a dedicated appliance for my OpenShift provider. When trying to start a Smart-State Analysis for container images manually from the image view, the button is not enabled and I cannot perform the operation. Similarily, I cannot schedule a SSA for container images from the appliances in the UI zone. When login in the dedicated appliance for OpenShift, all these operations are possible.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Setup CF deployment with a UI zone and OpenShift zone
2. Try to perform SSA from the UI zone
3. Try to perform SSA from the OpenShift zone
SSA from the UI zone fails
SSA from the OpenShift zone successes
SSA operation on Container Images should be possible from the UI zone.
This could be related to:
Jerome, just to make sure, do you have the SmartProxy role enabled?
I should not have to enable SmartProxy or SmartState Analysis roles on the UI Zone. That being said, I enabled it in the environment and got the same results.
(In reply to Jerome Marc from comment #3)
> I should not have to enable SmartProxy or SmartState Analysis roles on the
> UI Zone. That being said, I enabled it in the environment and got the same
Yes I didn't mean in the UI Zone, I meant on the OpenShift appliance Zone.
Anyway it's good to know that even with that enabled in the UI zone it is still not working.
Those roles are needed regardless of the graying of the button to complete the SSA.
It is worth to give it time to update and refresh the image page, I have seen that it might take some time for the roles to update.
Erez I have the feeling that Jerome took his time to refresh the image page.
What other information do you need from him to move this forward?
Maybe you can do a session with him.
The button checks that for each required role there is a server in the current zone with that role. AFAIU - If there aren't the scan won't complete anyway .
It seems that a live session will be very helpful to understand the problem.
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Jerome is this issue still present / reproducible?
Yes, still an issue on CFME 5.8.1
(In reply to Jerome Marc from comment #10)
> Yes, still an issue on CFME 5.8.1
Jerome can you organize a debugging session with Erez? It seems we're not able to reproduce, it's probably something really peculiar in your environment.
Possible dup of https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1439735