Description of problem:
CI jobs are failing because of the above test failing
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
`/run` on a UBI8 container now seems to contain a lot more stuff:
I don't think this is from a change to UBI:
[root@keith-dc2-crunchtools-com ~]# podman run -it ubi8 bash
[root@fc2074814725 /]# find /run/
@Scott I believe the node team is checking which changes to RHCOS or cri-o added the extra content to /run.
I asked Scott to check because I can't think of any CRI-O changes that would cause this. but I've just added another person who's confused about this :D
This looks like a bad image, could someone give the exact image this came from.
@Dan so it looks like in the test we run a Dockerfile build with the origin-tools image .
It appears this image was updated to include the `stress-ng` and `fio` packages - when I pull that image from quay, the console, systemd, and other directories are present. We can safely rule out node/cri-o as the root cause of this issue.
Why those added the extra bits to /run, and why it took over two weeks for these changes to show up in CI, is a mystery to me .
I don't see these extra bits in the `oc` image, which leads me to believe that these bits are specific to the tools image.
Moving this back to the Build team so we make our test more resilient.
Note that the cli image doesn't have this extra content in /run, so we can use this image in our tests instead:
$ podman run --rm -i -t quay.io/openshift/origin-cli:latest /bin/bash
[root@1fdfbfe41dcb /]# ls /run
lock rhsm secrets
Has verified on pr, manually change the bug status.
Additional changes coming for this, back to post
Since the problem described in this bug report should be
resolved in a recent advisory, it has been closed with a
resolution of ERRATA.
For information on the advisory (Moderate: OpenShift Container Platform 4.8.2 bug fix and security update), and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
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