Created attachment 1806980 [details]
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Description of problem:
After installing the operator I want to define a network attachment definition, and I cannot do so as it says the operator is missing.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
4.8.2 of OCP and 4.8.0 of the operator.
This is during the hackathon and was confirmed by others.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Fresh cluster. Install and configure the operator.
2. Then, in the GUI, click on Networking/Network Attachment definitions. (There should be none)
3. Click on create network attachment definition.
4. It states, under network type:
Warning alert:Missing installed operators
OpenShift Virtualization Operator or SR-IOV Network Operator needs to be installed on the cluster, in order to pick the Network Type.
Cannot create nad
Can create nad
Thanks for reporting it. It seems to me like a UI bug, but before we move it one, I'd like to clarify few things:
By "operator" you mean OpenShift Virtualization?
This happens during the installation or once it is completed?
Does this recover after a while?
Could you list net-attach-def objects through `oc`? So we confirm it is available on the backend.
I can confirm this does not resolve over time (at least overnight). In my case, I installed 4.7.19, updated to candidate-4.8.rc3, then to 4.8.2. I ensured the OpenShift Virtualization operator updated successfully to 4.8.2.
Now after having successfully deployed a VM in the cluster, I want to create a Network Attachment Definition, but the UI says the operator is not installed.
The resources are available, it does just appear to be a UI issue that prevents creation.
[root@ocp4-bastion artifacts]# oc get net-attach-def -A
No resources found
[root@ocp4-bastion artifacts]# oc api-resources | grep net-attach
network-attachment-definitions net-attach-def k8s.cni.cncf.io/v1 true NetworkAttachmentDefinition
(In reply to Petr Horáček from comment #1)
> Thanks for reporting it. It seems to me like a UI bug, but before we move it
> one, I'd like to clarify few things:
> By "operator" you mean OpenShift Virtualization?
> This happens during the installation or once it is completed?
> Does this recover after a while?
> Could you list net-attach-def objects through `oc`? So we confirm it is
> available on the backend.
Yes, the openshift virtualization operator.
It installs, I setup a template, spin up a virtual machine.
I have not checked the backend...
You mean like this, @email@example.com ?
[root@ocp4-bastion nfs]# oc get net-attach-def --all-namespaces
No resources found
That's what I meant, thanks.
It seems to be an issue with the UI's detection of available features. Moving to the UI component. Feel free to move it back if this ends up being a backend issue.
verified on master
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 4.9.0 bug fix and security update), and where to find the updated
files, follow the link below.
If the solution does not work for you, open a new bug report.