Tripleo OSP with Red Hat Subscriptions

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Undercloud

To deploy OSP, the Undercloud `must be registered`_ to Red Hat channels. Define the subscription details:

undercloud_cdn.yml
---
server_hostname: 'subscription.rhsm.redhat.com'
username: 'infrared.user@example.com'
password: '123456'
autosubscribe: yes
server_insecure: yes

Warning

During run time, contents of the file are hidden from the logged output, to protect private account credentials.

For the full list of supported input, see the Ansible `module documentation`_. For example, autosubscribe: yes can be replaced with pool_id or pool: REGEX, where REGEX is a regular expression that searches for matching available pools.

Note

Pre-registered undercloud is also supported if --cdn flag is missing.

Deploy your undercloud. It’s recommended to use --images-task rpm to fetch pre-packaged images that are only available via Red Hat channels:

infrared tripleo-undercloud --version 11 --cdn undercloud_cdn.yml --images-task rpm

Warning

--images-update is not supported with cdn.

Overcloud

Once the undercloud is registered, the overcloud can be deployed. However, the overcloud nodes will not be registered and cannot receive updates. While the nodes can be later registered manually, Tripleo provides a way to register them automatically on deployment.

According to the guide there are 2 heat-templates required. They can be included, and their defaults overridden, using a `custom templates file`_.

overcloud_cdn.yml
---
tripleo_heat_templates:
    - /usr/share/openstack-tripleo-heat-templates/extraconfig/pre_deploy/rhel-registration/rhel-registration-resource-registry.yaml
    - /usr/share/openstack-tripleo-heat-templates/extraconfig/pre_deploy/rhel-registration/environment-rhel-registration.yaml

custom_templates:
    parameter_defaults:
        rhel_reg_activation_key: ""
        rhel_reg_org: ""
        rhel_reg_pool_id: ""
        rhel_reg_method: "portal"
        rhel_reg_sat_url: ""
        rhel_reg_sat_repo: "rhel-7-server-rpms rhel-7-server-extras-rpms rhel-7-server-rh-common-rpms rhel-ha-for-rhel-7-server-rpms rhel-7-server-openstack-10-rpms"
        rhel_reg_repos: ""
        rhel_reg_auto_attach: ""
        rhel_reg_base_url: "https://cdn.redhat.com"
        rhel_reg_environment: ""
        rhel_reg_force: "true"
        rhel_reg_machine_name: ""
        rhel_reg_password: "123456"
        rhel_reg_release: ""
        rhel_reg_server_url: "subscription.rhsm.redhat.com"
        rhel_reg_service_level: ""
        rhel_reg_user: "infrared.user@example.com"
        rhel_reg_type: ""
        rhel_reg_http_proxy_host: ""
        rhel_reg_http_proxy_port: ""
        rhel_reg_http_proxy_username: ""
        rhel_reg_http_proxy_password: ""

Note

Please notice that the repos in the file above are for OSP 10

Deploy the overcloud with the custom templates file:

infrared tripleo-overcloud --version=11 --deployment-files=virt --introspect=yes --tagging=yes  --deploy=yes --overcloud-templates overcloud_cdn.yml --post=yes