One of the goals for Single Node OpenShift is to handle 60 seconds API downtime gracefully. This bug tracks the tweaks including the leader election lease duration needed in various components to achieve the goal.
I think we should decide if this is required to consider SNO as GA. If it's required for that and SNO is GA in 4.9 then we should mark all the dependent bugs as blocker+ rather than leaving it up to all of the teams to decide one by one whether or not they care enough.
Since this is a public bug, I have no idea which release SNO is considered GA nor am I making a prediction that it will be 4.9. I'm just saying we should assert a common approach to these bugs.
Moving to 4.10.0 as that's the .0 release under development.
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