when i enter the option to install openshift origin in fedora 19, system is restarting.. why is it happening???

September 4, 2015 972 views
Fedora

we are intalling openshift origin in fedora 19.

Welcome to the OpenShift Quick Installer. You will be asked a series of questions during this installation. For best results, we highly recommend you install this on a fresh install of Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS. 

During the installation process, your computer may restart. You will need to rerun this script (by typing './install.sh' as root, once your computer restarts. Ready to begin?

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Please enter the hostname that you wish to use.  openshift
You chose openshift is that correct? [y/n] y
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Welcome back to the OpenShift Quick Installer. Before continuing, you will need to tell me whether you're installing Origin or Enterprise.

1) Install Origin
2) Install Enterprise
3) Quit
Please enter the # for your choice: 

when i enter the option 1 system is restarting

1 Answer

Hello,

What size of a droplet do you have? Per their documentation they require a minimum of 8GB on the master and nodes. If you are using a smaller droplet, it is likely crashing due to memory issues.

If you run dmesg | egrep -i 'killed process' /var/log/messages does this return anything? This check will tell you if the system is killing off processes due to memory issues.

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