Set up a new Quicklab cluster#
Go to https://quicklab.upshift.redhat.com/ and log in (top right corner)
Click New cluster
Select openshift4upi template and a region you like the most, then select the reservation duration, the rest can be left as is:
Note: You may need to assign additional worker nodes for your cluster if you are planning to deploy resource intensive workloads.
Go to cluster page by clicking on the cluster name in My clusters table
Once the cluster reaches Active state your cluster history should look like this:
Now click on New Bundle button in Product information section
Select openshift4upi bundle. A new form loads. Opt-in for the
htpasswdcredentials provider. (You can ignore the warning on top as well, since this is the first install attempt of Openshift on that cluster):
Note: Pick the latest version of Openshift from the dropdown.
Wait for OCP4 to install. After successful installation you should see a cluster history log like this:
Use the link and credentials from the Cluster Information section to access your cluster. Verify it contains login information for both
Login as the
kube:admin, take the value from “Hosts” and port 6443. For example:
oc login upi-0.tcoufaltest.lab.upshift.rdu2.redhat.com:6443