Description of problem:
Customer has configured to enable external elasticsearch route access and faced the following issue on Openshift Diagnostics due to the external URL was not added to kibana-proxy:
"ERROR: [AGL0147 from diagnostic AggregatedLogging@openshift/origin/pkg/oc/admin/diagnostics/diagnostics/cluster/aggregated_logging/diagnostic.go:129]
OauthClient 'kibana-proxy' does not include a redirectURI for route 'logging-es' which is ‘elasticsearch-external.apps.example.com'")
By observing the installation playbook, I'm currently seeing that it's not possible to add it with an ansible variable right now.
This RFE has the objective to add an option to add kibana proxy hostnames with an inventory variable
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
External route name to Kibana is configurable by providing the appropriate inventory variable described in:
I would expect setting the variable and rerunning the playbook to resolve the issue. Closing NOTABUG. Please reopen with additional details if this does not your requirements
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This isn't a RFE it's a bug still present in latest v3.11.232
$ oc adm diagnostics aggregatedlogging
ERROR: [AGL0147 from diagnostic AggregatedLogging@openshift/origin/pkg/oc/cli/admin/diagnostics/diagnostics/cluster/aggregated_logging/diagnostic.go:138]
OauthClient 'kibana-proxy' does not include a redirectURI for route 'logging-es' which is 'es.10.10.94.12.nip.io'
NAME HOST/PORT PATH SERVICES PORT TERMINATION WILDCARD
logging-es es.10.10.94.12.nip.io logging-es <all> reencrypt None
logging-kibana kibana.10.10.94.12.nip.io logging-kibana <all> reencrypt/Redirect None
$ oc get oauthclient
NAME SECRET WWW-CHALLENGE TOKEN-MAX-AGE REDIRECT URIS
kibana-proxy MnC0sEYDxXROcuCT9QI2r3OOjoMN0xR9X4uZzUN92qJZ6CaFoojugWd5gVxd2TkM FALSE 168h0m0s https://kibana.10.10.94.12.nip.io
$ oc get oauthclient kibana-proxy -o yaml
Diagnostics check mistakenly(?) thinks ES external route "logging-es" should be part of redirectURIs for "kibana-proxy" OAuthclient.
I don't believe that is the purpose of this ES route - it is optional to provide "external Elasticsearch" access enabled by inventory settings:
The work around is to manually edit the oauthclient to add the required issue.