@rplescia download the syndesis CLI https://github.com/syndesisio/syndesis/releases/download/2.0.1-20200220/syndesis-cli.zip and run this command:
syndesis minishift --reset --disk-size 60G --memory 6G --maven-mirror
syndesis minishift --install -f --project syndesis --nodev --app-options " --addons jaeger"
Ok so in terms of deployement its minishift or nothing?? The documentation seems to suggest that it can be run against a regular openshift (OKD) deployment
You are right, syndesis can be deployed to minishift or any openshift. To install on an openshift cluster, use the
I'm not sure who maintains the website buy the link to the Syndesis Developer Handbook doesn't work anymore, it just redirects to the docs page which doesn't have the same level of detail as the SDH. Has the SDH been taken down?
The developer handbook was moved to the syndesis doc page https://syndesis.io/docs/development/
syndesis installshould work
@zregvart Bingo! It is a certificate issue. Any idea how I get around this?
2020/03/13 15:25:28 oauthproxy.go:646: error redeeming code (client:172.17.0.1:58972): Post https://127.0.0.1:8443/oauth/token: x509: cannot validate certificate for 127.0.0.1 because it doesn't contain any IP SANs
2020/03/13 15:25:28 oauthproxy.go:439: ErrorPage 500 Internal Error Internal Error
2020/03/13 15:25:28 server.go:2923: http: TLS handshake error from 127.0.0.1:38300: remote error: tls: bad certificate
No problem. I think this is a great project but have just had issues getting my environment up and running. The documentation seems to be improving daily (big thanks to the maintainer) but there is still a gap in resources that takes you through it step-by-step. This probably means that many people who have run into the same difficulties getting the environments up and running have abandoned the project prematurely.
Perhaps I'm trying something a bit out of the ordinary which is why I'm having issues, mainly running a Ubuntu VM on Azure and then loading OKD and Syndesis on top of that. From a developer standpoint most people just use minishift and then I assume Fuse Online for production but I'm trying to see whether a pure opensource setup (Linux + OKD + Syndesis) can be made robust enough for a enterprise production environment.
syndesis minishift --install --nodev --datavirt. My next action was to try and edit syndesis-ui-config map as described in the documentation and redeploy the pod, ufortunatly it doesn't seem to save my config change and always reverts the enabled option back to '0'. Any advice???