OpenShift

Podman Image Prune Fails on In-Use Image

This is a problem I ran into recently and found only one other discussion of, which turned out to be unrelated to my situation. In short, running podman image prune on my system was failing with the following error message:

Error: failed to prune image: Image used by bbe74e76b2e3850ea27f2498ca4e504d271ac230a00c496a37291f3ee8d8b49c: image is in use by a container

Thing is, I had no containers on the system when this error happened. It seems that the actual problem was that I had built an image using buildah, and podman couldn't handle that.

No Longer Running on OpenShift

If you've been following my blog very closely you might notice it's been up and down occasionally over the past couple of weeks. You may also notice that I mentioned Drupal "fun" in my previous post. This was maybe a bit misleading as it wasn't really Drupal's fault, but Drupal did make it much easier to deal with.

Undercloud Configuration Wizard

One of the first things a new user of TripleO has to do is write a configuration file for their undercloud. While this is not as complex as, say, writing a nova.conf, there is still some level of difficulty due to the need for consistency between different options, and some less than ideal overlap/inconsistency between the options themselves. In the interest of easing new users' introduction to TripleO as much as possible, I've written a tool to help create undercloud.conf.

Updating Drupal on OpenShift

The first security update for Drupal since I started this blog was released a while back, and I negligently dragged my feet in actually applying it here because I was unsure how to do so in OpenShift. It turns out to be quite simple, but it did take me a while to figure out all the steps so I figured I would write them down here to help anyone else doing the same thing.

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