Description of problem:
With 3.11 - you can no longer drilldown to your running pods by selecting
Application WebConsole -> Overview -> (your app) Pods (circle with number component) -> select number to drilldown -> BROKEN, does not drilldown!
you have to now select Application -> Pods which shows all pods in namespace rather than a filtered list for your application
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Login to web console
2. Drilldown by selecting your applications Pods (number)
3. You cannot drilldown anymore
As per all previous OCP releases - shows you a filtered list of your pods based on the app pod number you clicked on
This is an intentional change. It takes you to the replication controller page now, which has a table of pods filtered for the workload. You should still see a filtered list of pods.
Can you check if this is the behavior you're seeing?
(In reply to Samuel Padgett from comment #1)
> This is an intentional change. It takes you to the replication controller
> page now, which has a table of pods filtered for the workload. You should
> still see a filtered list of pods.
> Can you check if this is the behavior you're seeing?
hi samuel, ok, i see what you mean - yes, thats the behaviour - go to Deployments -> application
this sounds dumb, but i thought it had disappeared ! when in reality the user experience is not great because you *always* have to drilldown to the pod table listing (the Template details come first) which is annoying when all you want is to get to the console of your app ;)
minor inconvenience i know, but perhaps the Pod table could be slimmed down (its full page width), there is a LOT of whitespace on right of page - and the page scroll eliminated.
thanks for taking time to check. this is vanilla 3.11
OpenShift Master: v3.11.16
Kubernetes Master: v1.11.0+d4cacc0
OpenShift Web Console: v3.11.16
Thanks, Mike. Makes sense.
The 4.0 console is entirely new. Right now, clicking on the pods link from the overview in 4.0 takes you directly to the pods table. It's on a separate tab. I think the behavior in 4.0 is in line with your expectation.
In 4.0 console
1. Login to console
2. Home -> Overview -> selecting/clicking the app pods number (for example, 2 of 2)
it takes you to resources' pods tab, that's all pods of your app where you can select pods and goes to its Terminal
Does this satisfy you? If yes, I will verify the bug
(In reply to Yadan Pei from comment #4)
> In 4.0 console
> 1. Login to console
> 2. Home -> Overview -> selecting/clicking the app pods number (for example,
> 2 of 2)
> it takes you to resources' pods tab, that's all pods of your app where you
> can select pods and goes to its Terminal
> Does this satisfy you? If yes, I will verify the bug
Sounds good to me .. i will try out in 4.0 as well when i get a chance. Thanks a lot!
Move to VERIFIED per comment 5, feel free to reopen if that's not what you actually want
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