Troubleshooting

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS 4

Understanding support for Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

Red Hat OpenShift Documentation Team

Abstract

This document provides information about getting support for Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA).

Chapter 1. Troubleshooting expired tokens

1.1. Troubleshooting expired offline access tokens

If you use the rosa CLI and your api.openshift.com offline access token expires, an error message appears. This happens when sso.redhat.com invalidates the token.

Example output

Can't get tokens ....
Can't get access tokens ....

Procedure

Chapter 2. Troubleshooting installations

2.1. Installation troubleshooting

2.1.1. Inspect install or uninstall logs

To display install logs:

  • Run the following command, replacing <cluster_name> with the name of your cluster:

    $ rosa logs install --cluster=<cluster_name>
  • To watch the logs, include the --watch flag:

    $ rosa logs install --cluster=<cluster_name> --watch

To display uninstall logs:

  • Run the following command, replacing <cluster_name> with the name of your cluster:

    $ rosa logs uninstall --cluster=<cluster_name>
  • To watch the logs, include the --watch flag:

    $ rosa logs uninstall --cluster=<cluster_name> --watch

2.1.2. Verify your AWS account permissions for clusters without STS

Run the following command to verify if your AWS account has the correct permissions. This command verifies permissions only for clusters that do not use the AWS Security Token Service (STS):

$ rosa verify permissions

If you receive any errors, double check to ensure than an SCP is not applied to your AWS account. If you are required to use an SCP, see Red Hat Requirements for Customer Cloud Subscriptions for details on the minimum required SCP.

2.1.3. Verify your AWS account and quota

Run the following command to verify you have the available quota on your AWS account:

$ rosa verify quota

AWS quotas change based on region. Be sure you are verifying your quota for the correct AWS region. If you need to increase your quota, navigate to your AWS console, and request a quota increase for the service that failed.

2.1.4. AWS notification emails

When creating a cluster, the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS service creates small instances in all supported regions. This check ensures the AWS account being used can deploy to each supported region.

For AWS accounts that are not using all supported regions, AWS may send one or more emails confirming that "Your Request For Accessing AWS Resources Has Been Validated". Typically the sender of this email is aws-verification@amazon.com.

This is expected behavior as the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS service is validating your AWS account configuration.

Chapter 3. Troubleshooting IAM roles

3.1. Resolving issues with ocm-roles and user-role IAM resources

You may receive an error when trying to create a cluster using the rosa CLI.

Sample output

E: Failed to create cluster: The sts_user_role is not linked to account '1oNl'. Please create a user role and link it to the account.

This error means that the user-role IAM role is not linked to your AWS account. The most likely cause of this error is that another user in your Red Hat organization created the ocm-role IAM role. Your user-role IAM role needs to be created.

Note

After any user sets up an ocm-role IAM resource linked to a Red Hat account, any subsequent users wishing to create a cluster in that Red Hat organization must have a user-role IAM role to provision a cluster.

Procedure

  • Assess the status of your ocm-role and user-role IAM roles with the following commands:

    $ rosa list ocm-role

    Sample output

    I: Fetching ocm roles
    ROLE NAME                           ROLE ARN                                          LINKED  ADMIN
    ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-1158  arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-1158   No      No

    $ rosa list user-role

    Sample output

    I: Fetching user roles
    ROLE NAME                                   ROLE ARN                                        LINKED
    ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role  arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role  Yes

With the results of these commands, you can create and link the missing IAM resources.

3.1.1. Creating an OpenShift Cluster Manager IAM role

You create your OpenShift Cluster Manager IAM roles by using the command-line interface (CLI).

Prerequisites

  • You have an AWS account.
  • You have Red Hat Organization Administrator privileges in the OpenShift Cluster Manager organization.
  • You have the permissions required to install AWS account-wide roles.
  • You have installed and configured the latest AWS (aws) and ROSA (rosa) CLIs on your installation host.

Procedure

  • To create an ocm-role IAM role with basic privileges, run the following command:

    $ rosa create ocm-role
  • To create an ocm-role IAM role with admin privileges, run the following command:

    $ rosa create ocm-role --admin

    This command allows you create the role by specifying specific attributes. The following example output shows the "auto mode" selected, which lets the rosa CLI to create your Operator roles and policies. See "Methods of account-wide role creation" in the Additional resources for more information.

Example output

I: Creating ocm role
? Role prefix: ManagedOpenShift 1
? Enable admin capabilities for the OCM role (optional): No 2
? Permissions boundary ARN (optional):  3
? Role creation mode: auto 4
I: Creating role using 'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:user/<UserName>'
? Create the 'ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182' role? Yes 5
I: Created role 'ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182' with ARN  'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182'
I: Linking OCM role
? OCM Role ARN: arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182 6
? Link the 'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182' role with organization '<AWS ARN'? Yes 7
I: Successfully linked role-arn 'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-OCM-Role-182' with organization account '<AWS ARN>'

1
A prefix value for all of the created AWS resources. In this example, ManagedOpenShift prepends all of the AWS resources.
2
Choose if you want this role to have the additional admin permissions.
Note

You do not see this prompt if you used the --admin option.

3
The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the policy to set permission boundaries.
4
Choose the method of how to create your AWS roles. Using auto, the rosa CLI tool generates and links the roles and policies. In the auto mode, you receive some different prompts to create the AWS roles.
5
The auto method asks if you want to create a specific ocm-role using your prefix.
6
Confirm that you want to associate your IAM role with your OpenShift Cluster Manager.
7
Links the created role with your AWS organization.

3.1.2. Creating an user-role IAM role

You can create your OpenShift Cluster Manager IAM roles by using the command-line interface (CLI).

Prerequisites

  • You have an AWS account.
  • You have installed and configured the latest AWS (aws) and ROSA (rosa) CLIs on your installation host.

Procedure

  • To create an ocm-role IAM role with basic privileges, run the following command:

    $ rosa create user-role

    This command allows you create the role by specifying specific attributes. The following example output shows the "auto mode" selected, which lets the rosa CLI to create your Operator roles and policies. See "Understanding the auto and manual deployment modes" in the Additional resources for more information.

Example output

I: Creating User role
? Role prefix: ManagedOpenShift 1
? Permissions boundary ARN (optional): 2
? Role creation mode: auto 3
I: Creating ocm user role using 'arn:aws:iam::2066:user'
? Create the 'ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role' role? Yes 4
I: Created role 'ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role' with ARN 'arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role'
I: Linking User role
? User Role ARN: arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role
? Link the 'arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role' role with account '1AGE'? Yes 5
I: Successfully linked role ARN 'arn:aws:iam::2066:role/ManagedOpenShift-User.osdocs-Role' with account '1AGE'

1
A prefix value for all of the created AWS resources. In this example, ManagedOpenShift prepends all of the AWS resources.
2
The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the policy to set permission boundaries.
3
Choose the method of how to create your AWS roles. Using auto, the rosa CLI tool generates and links the role to your AWS account. In the auto mode, you receive some different prompts to create the AWS roles.
4
The auto method asks if you want to create a specific user-role using your prefix.
5
Links the created role with your AWS organization.

3.1.3. Linking your AWS account

You link your AWS account using the rosa CLI.

Prerequisites

  • You have an AWS account.
  • You are using OpenShift Cluster Manager Hybrid Cloud Console to create clusters.
  • You have the permissions required to install AWS account-wide roles. See the "Additional resources" of this section for more information.
  • You have installed and configured the latest AWS (aws) and ROSA (rosa) CLIs on your installation host.
  • You have created your ocm-role and user-role IAM roles.

Procedure

  1. From the CLI, link your ocm-role resource to your Red Hat organization by using your Amazon Resource Name (ARN):

    Note

    You must have Red Hat Organization Administrator privileges to run the rosa link command. After you link the ocm-role resource with your AWS account, it is visible for all users in the organization.

    $ rosa link ocm-role --role-arn <arn>

    Example output

    I: Linking OCM role
    ? Link the '<AWS ACCOUNT ID>` role with organization '<ORG ID>'? Yes
    I: Successfully linked role-arn '<AWS ACCOUNT ID>' with organization account '<ORG ID>'

  2. From the CLI, link your user-role resource to your Red Hat user account by using your Amazon Resource Name (ARN):

    $ rosa link user-role --role-arn <arn>

    Example output

    I: Linking User role
    ? Link the 'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-User-Role-125' role with organization '<AWS ID>'? Yes
    I: Successfully linked role-arn 'arn:aws:iam::<ARN>:role/ManagedOpenShift-User-Role-125' with organization account '<AWS ID>'

3.1.4. Associating multiple AWS accounts with your Red Hat organization

You can associate multiple AWS accounts with your Red Hat organization. Associating multiple accounts lets you create Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) clusters on any of the associated AWS accounts from your Red Hat organization.

With this feature, you can create clusters in different AWS regions by using multiple AWS profiles as region-bound environments.

Prerequisites

  • You have an AWS account.
  • You are using OpenShift Cluster Manager Hybrid Cloud Console to create clusters.
  • You have the permissions required to install AWS account-wide roles.
  • You have installed and configured the latest AWS (aws) and ROSA (rosa) CLIs on your installation host.
  • You have created your ocm-role and user-role IAM roles.

Procedure

To associate an additional AWS account, first create a profile in your local AWS configuration. Then, associate the account with your Red Hat organization by creating the ocm-role, user, and account roles in the additional AWS account.

To create the roles in an additional region, specify the --profile <aws-profile> parameter when running the rosa create commands and replace <aws_profile> with the additional account profile name:

  • To specify an AWS account profile when creating an OpenShift Cluster Manager role:

    $ rosa create --profile <aws_profile> ocm-role
  • To specify an AWS account profile when creating a user role:

    $ rosa create --profile <aws_profile> user-role
  • To specify an AWS account profile when creating the account roles:

    $ rosa create --profile <aws_profile> account-roles
Note

If you do not specify a profile, the default AWS profile is used.

Chapter 4. Troubleshooting cluster deployments

This document describes how to troubleshoot cluster deployment errors.

4.1. Obtaining information on a failed cluster

If a cluster deployment fails, the cluster is put into an "error" state.

Procedure

Run the following command to get more information:

$ rosa describe cluster -c <my_cluster_name> --debug

4.2. Failing to create a cluster with an osdCcsAdmin error

If a cluster creation action fails, you can receive the following error message.

Example output

Failed to create cluster: Unable to create cluster spec: Failed to get access keys for user 'osdCcsAdmin': NoSuchEntity: The user with name osdCcsAdmin cannot be found.

Procedure

To fix this issue:

  1. Delete the stack:

    $ rosa init --delete
  2. Reinitialize your account:

    $ rosa init

4.3. Creating the service role for the elastic load balancer (ELB)

If you have not created a load balancer in your AWS account, it is possible that the service role for the elastic load balancer (ELB) might not exist yet. You may receive the following error:

Error: Error creating network Load Balancer: AccessDenied: User: arn:aws:sts::xxxxxxxxxxxx:assumed-role/ManagedOpenShift-Installer-Role/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx is not authorized to perform: iam:CreateServiceLinkedRole on resource: arn:aws:iam::xxxxxxxxxxxx:role/aws-service-role/elasticloadbalancing.amazonaws.com/AWSServiceRoleForElasticLoadBalancing"

Procedure

To resolve this issue, ensure that the role exists on your AWS account. If not, create this role with the following command:

aws iam get-role --role-name "AWSServiceRoleForElasticLoadBalancing" || aws iam create-service-linked-role --aws-service-name "elasticloadbalancing.amazonaws.com"
Note

This command only needs to be executed once per account.

4.4. Repairing a cluster that cannot be deleted

In specific cases, the following error appears in OpenShift Cluster Manager Hybrid Cloud Console if you attempt to delete your cluster.

Error deleting cluster
CLUSTERS-MGMT-400: Failed to delete cluster <hash>: sts_user_role is not linked to your account. sts_ocm_role is linked to your organization <org number> which requires sts_user_role to be linked to your Red Hat account <account ID>.Please create a user role and link it to the account: User Account <account ID> is not authorized to perform STS cluster operations

Operation ID: b0572d6e-fe54-499b-8c97-46bf6890011c

If you try to delete your cluster from the CLI, the following error appears.

E: Failed to delete cluster <hash>: sts_user_role is not linked to your account. sts_ocm_role is linked to your organization <org_number> which requires sts_user_role to be linked to your Red Hat account <account_id>.Please create a user role and link it to the account: User Account <account ID> is not authorized to perform STS cluster operations

This error occurs when the user-role is unlinked or deleted.

Procedure

  1. Run the following command to create the user-role IAM resource:

    $ rosa create user-role
  2. After you see that the role has been created, you can delete the cluster. The following confirms that the role was created and linked:

    I: Successfully linked role ARN <user role ARN> with account <account ID>

Chapter 5. Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS managed resources

5.1. Overview

The following covers all resources managed or protected by the Service Reliability Engineering Platform (SRE-P) Team. Customers should not attempt to modify these resources because doing so can lead to cluster instability.

5.2. Hive managed resources

The following list displays the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS resources managed by OpenShift Hive, the centralized fleet configuration management system. These resources are in addition to the OpenShift Container Platform resources created during installation. OpenShift Hive continually attempts to maintain consistency across all Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS clusters. Changes to Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS resources should be made through OpenShift Cluster Manager so that OpenShift Cluster Manager and Hive are synchronized. Contact ocm-feedback@redhat.com if OpenShift Cluster Manager does not support modifying the resources in question.

Example 5.1. List of Hive managed resources

Resources:
  ConfigMap:
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-config
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator-config
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: cluster-monitoring-config
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: managed-namespaces
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: ocp-namespaces
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter-code
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter-trusted-ca-bundle
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-code
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-trusted-ca-bundle
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-code
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-trusted-ca-bundle
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher-trusted-ca-bundle
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: osd-audit-policy
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: webhook-cert
  Endpoints:
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-metrics
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: validation-webhook
  Namespace:
  - name: dedicated-admin
  - name: openshift-addon-operator
  - name: openshift-aqua
  - name: openshift-aws-vpce-operator
  - name: openshift-backplane
  - name: openshift-backplane-cee
  - name: openshift-backplane-csa
  - name: openshift-backplane-cse
  - name: openshift-backplane-csm
  - name: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
  - name: openshift-backplane-mobb
  - name: openshift-backplane-srep
  - name: openshift-backplane-tam
  - name: openshift-build-test
  - name: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
  - name: openshift-codeready-workspaces
  - name: openshift-custom-domains-operator
  - name: openshift-customer-monitoring
  - name: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
  - name: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
  - name: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
  - name: openshift-must-gather-operator
  - name: openshift-observability-operator
  - name: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
  - name: openshift-operators-redhat
  - name: openshift-osd-metrics
  - name: openshift-rbac-permissions
  - name: openshift-route-monitor-operator
  - name: openshift-security
  - name: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
  - name: openshift-sre-pruning
  - name: openshift-strimzi
  - name: openshift-validation-webhook
  - name: openshift-velero
  - name: openshift-monitoring
  - name: openshift
  - name: openshift-cluster-version
  ReplicationController:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-1
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-1
  Secret:
  - namespace: openshift-authentication
    name: v4-0-config-user-idp-0-file-data
  - namespace: openshift-authentication
    name: v4-0-config-user-template-error
  - namespace: openshift-authentication
    name: v4-0-config-user-template-login
  - namespace: openshift-authentication
    name: v4-0-config-user-template-provider-selection
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: htpasswd-secret
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: osd-oauth-templates-errors
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: osd-oauth-templates-login
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: osd-oauth-templates-providers
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: sbasabat-mc-primary-cert-bundle-secret
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: support
  - namespace: openshift-ingress
    name: sbasabat-mc-primary-cert-bundle-secret
  - namespace: openshift-kube-apiserver
    name: user-serving-cert-000
  - namespace: openshift-kube-apiserver
    name: user-serving-cert-001
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: dms-secret
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: observatorium-credentials
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: pd-secret
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: splunk-auth
  ServiceAccount:
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
    name: osd-backplane
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-srep
    name: osd-delete-ownerrefs-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-backplane
    name: osd-delete-backplane-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-build-test
    name: sre-build-test
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: custom-domains-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator
  - namespace: openshift-marketplace
    name: osd-patch-subscription-source
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: configure-alertmanager-operator
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  - namespace: openshift-network-diagnostics
    name: sre-pod-network-connectivity-check-pruner
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocm-agent-operator
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: rbac-permissions-operator
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: splunk-forwarder-operator
  - namespace: openshift-sre-pruning
    name: bz1980755
  - namespace: openshift-sre-pruning
    name: sre-pruner-sa
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: validation-webhook
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: velero
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-srep
    name: UNIQUE_BACKPLANE_SERVICEACCOUNT_ID
  Service:
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-metrics
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: validation-webhook
  AddonOperator:
  - name: addon-operator
  ValidatingWebhookConfiguration:
  - name: sre-hiveownership-validation
  - name: sre-namespace-validation
  - name: sre-pod-validation
  - name: sre-prometheusrule-validation
  - name: sre-regular-user-validation
  - name: sre-scc-validation
  - name: sre-techpreviewnoupgrade-validation
  DaemonSet:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: audit-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: validation-webhook
  Deployment:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher
  DeploymentConfig:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  ClusterRoleBinding:
  - name: aqua-scanner-binding
  - name: backplane-cluster-admin
  - name: backplane-impersonate-cluster-admin
  - name: bz1980755
  - name: configure-alertmanager-operator-prom
  - name: dedicated-admins-cluster
  - name: dedicated-admins-registry-cas-cluster
  - name: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts-reader
  - name: osd-cluster-ready
  - name: osd-delete-backplane-script-resources
  - name: osd-delete-ownerrefs-serviceaccounts
  - name: osd-patch-subscription-source
  - name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes
  - name: pcap-dedicated-admins
  - name: splunk-forwarder-operator
  - name: splunk-forwarder-operator-clusterrolebinding
  - name: sre-build-test
  - name: sre-pod-network-connectivity-check-pruner
  - name: sre-pruner-buildsdeploys-pruning
  - name: velero
  - name: webhook-validation
  ClusterRole:
  - name: backplane-cee-readers-cluster
  - name: backplane-impersonate-cluster-admin
  - name: backplane-readers-cluster
  - name: backplane-srep-admins-cluster
  - name: backplane-srep-admins-project
  - name: bz1980755
  - name: dedicated-admins-aggregate-cluster
  - name: dedicated-admins-aggregate-project
  - name: dedicated-admins-cluster
  - name: dedicated-admins-manage-operators
  - name: dedicated-admins-project
  - name: dedicated-admins-registry-cas-cluster
  - name: dedicated-readers
  - name: image-scanner
  - name: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts-reader
  - name: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
  - name: osd-cluster-ready
  - name: osd-custom-domains-dedicated-admin-cluster
  - name: osd-delete-backplane-script-resources
  - name: osd-delete-backplane-serviceaccounts
  - name: osd-delete-ownerrefs-serviceaccounts
  - name: osd-get-namespace
  - name: osd-netnamespaces-dedicated-admin-cluster
  - name: osd-patch-subscription-source
  - name: osd-readers-aggregate
  - name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes
  - name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - name: pcap-dedicated-admins
  - name: splunk-forwarder-operator
  - name: sre-allow-read-machine-info
  - name: sre-build-test
  - name: sre-pruner-buildsdeploys-cr
  - name: webhook-validation-cr
  RoleBinding:
  - namespace: kube-system
    name: cloud-ingress-operator-cluster-config-v1-reader
  - namespace: kube-system
    name: managed-velero-operator-cluster-config-v1-reader
  - namespace: openshift-aqua
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-aqua
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
    name: osd-delete-backplane-script-resources
  - namespace: openshift-build-test
    name: sre-build-test
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-codeready-workspaces
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-codeready-workspaces
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: dedicated-admins-project-request
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: dedicated-admins-registry-cas-project
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: muo-pullsecret-reader
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: oao-openshiftconfig-reader
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-customer-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-customer-monitoring
    name: prometheus-k8s-openshift-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-dns
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-dns
  - namespace: openshift-dns
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-dns
  - namespace: openshift-image-registry
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-ingress
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-kube-apiserver
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-read-machine-info
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-read-machine-info
  - namespace: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-marketplace
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-marketplace
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: backplane-cee
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: muo-monitoring-reader
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: oao-monitoring-manager
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: backplane-cee-mustgather
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: backplane-srep-mustgather
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-network-diagnostics
    name: sre-pod-network-connectivity-check-pruner
  - namespace: openshift-network-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-operators-redhat
    name: admin-dedicated-admins
  - namespace: openshift-operators-redhat
    name: admin-system:serviceaccounts:dedicated-admin
  - namespace: openshift-operators-redhat
    name: openshift-operators-redhat-dedicated-admins
  - namespace: openshift-operators-redhat
    name: openshift-operators-redhat:serviceaccounts:dedicated-admin
  - namespace: openshift-operators
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-operators
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: prometheus-k8s
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: prometheus-k8s
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-security
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-strimzi
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-strimzi
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-uwm-config-create
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-uwm-config-edit
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-uwm-managed-am-secret
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-user-workload-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-pod-rebalance
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: prometheus-k8s
  Role:
  - namespace: kube-system
    name: cluster-config-v1-reader
  - namespace: kube-system
    name: cluster-config-v1-reader-cio
  - namespace: openshift-aqua
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-aqua
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
    name: osd-delete-backplane-script-resources
  - namespace: openshift-build-test
    name: sre-build-test
  - namespace: openshift-codeready-workspaces
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-codeready-workspaces
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: dedicated-admins-project-request
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: dedicated-admins-registry-cas-project
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: muo-pullsecret-reader
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: oao-openshiftconfig-reader
  - namespace: openshift-config
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-customer-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-customer-monitoring
    name: prometheus-k8s-openshift-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-dns
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-dns
  - namespace: openshift-dns
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-dns
  - namespace: openshift-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-ingress
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-kube-apiserver
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-marketplace
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-marketplace
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: backplane-cee
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: muo-monitoring-reader
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: oao-monitoring-manager
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: backplane-cee-mustgather
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: backplane-srep-mustgather
  - namespace: openshift-network-diagnostics
    name: sre-pod-network-connectivity-check-pruner
  - namespace: openshift-operators
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-operators
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: prometheus-k8s
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: prometheus-k8s
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-security
  - namespace: openshift-strimzi
    name: dedicated-admins-openshift-strimzi
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-user-workload-monitoring-create-cm
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: dedicated-admins-user-workload-monitoring-manage-am-secret
  - namespace: openshift-user-workload-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes-openshift-user-workload-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: prometheus-k8s
  CronJob:
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
    name: osd-delete-backplane-script-resources
  - namespace: openshift-backplane-srep
    name: osd-delete-ownerrefs-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-backplane
    name: osd-delete-backplane-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-build-test
    name: sre-build-test
  - namespace: openshift-marketplace
    name: osd-patch-subscription-source
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-rebalance-infra-nodes
  - namespace: openshift-network-diagnostics
    name: sre-pod-network-connectivity-check-pruner
  - namespace: openshift-sre-pruning
    name: builds-pruner
  - namespace: openshift-sre-pruning
    name: bz1980755
  - namespace: openshift-sre-pruning
    name: deployments-pruner
  Job:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: osd-cluster-ready
  CredentialsRequest:
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator-credentials-aws
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator-credentials-gcp
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-aws-credentials
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-aws-credentials
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator-iam-credentials-aws
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator-iam-credentials-gcp
  APIScheme:
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: rh-api
  PublishingStrategy:
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: publishingstrategy
  EndpointSlice:
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-metrics-rhtwg
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter-4cw9r
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter-6tx5g
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols-gmdhs
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher-v5cpg
  - namespace: openshift-validation-webhook
    name: validation-webhook-bl99t
  MachineHealthCheck:
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: srep-infra-healthcheck
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: srep-metal-worker-healthcheck
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: srep-worker-healthcheck
  MachineSet:
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: sbasabat-mc-qhqkn-infra-us-east-1a
  - namespace: openshift-machine-api
    name: sbasabat-mc-qhqkn-worker-us-east-1a
  ContainerRuntimeConfig:
  - name: custom-crio
  KubeletConfig:
  - name: custom-kubelet
  SubjectPermission:
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-cee
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-csa
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-cse
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-csm
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-mobb
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-srep
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: backplane-tam
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admin-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admin-serviceaccounts-core-ns
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admins
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admins-alert-routing-edit
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admins-core-ns
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: dedicated-admins-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: osd-delete-backplane-serviceaccounts
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: sre-build-test
  VeleroInstall:
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: cluster
  PrometheusRule:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: rhmi-sre-cluster-admins
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: rhoam-sre-cluster-admins
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-alertmanager-silences-active
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-alerts-stuck-builds
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-alerts-stuck-volumes
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-cloud-ingress-operator-offline-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-configure-alertmanager-operator-offline-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-control-plane-resizing-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-burstbalance
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-elasticsearch-jobs
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-elasticsearch-managed-notification-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-excessive-memory
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-haproxy-reload-fail
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-internal-slo-recording-rules
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-kubequotaexceeded
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-leader-election-master-status-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-managed-node-metadata-operator-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-managed-notification-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-managed-upgrade-operator-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-managed-velero-operator-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-node-unschedulable
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-oauth-server
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-pending-csr-alert
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-proxy-managed-notification-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-pruning
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-pv
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-router-health
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-runaway-sdn-preventing-container-creation
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-slo-recording-rules
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-telemeter-client
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-telemetry-managed-labels-recording-rules
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-upgrade-send-managed-notification-alerts
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-uptime-sla
  ServiceMonitor:
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-dns-latency-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-ebs-iops-reporter
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: sre-stuck-ebs-vols
  ClusterUrlMonitor:
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: api
  RouteMonitor:
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: console
  NetworkPolicy:
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: allow-from-openshift-insights
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: allow-from-openshift-olm
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: token-refresher
  ManagedNotification:
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: sre-elasticsearch-managed-notifications
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: sre-managed-notifications
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: sre-proxy-managed-notifications
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: sre-upgrade-managed-notifications
  OcmAgent:
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocmagent
  CatalogSource:
  - namespace: openshift-addon-operator
    name: addon-operator-catalog
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: custom-domains-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-catalog
  - namespace: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
    name: managed-node-metadata-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator-catalog
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: configure-alertmanager-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: must-gather-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-observability-operator
    name: observability-operator-catalog
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocm-agent-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: osd-metrics-exporter-registry
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: rbac-permissions-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: route-monitor-operator-registry
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: splunk-forwarder-operator-catalog
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator-registry
  OperatorGroup:
  - namespace: openshift-addon-operator
    name: addon-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-aqua
    name: openshift-aqua
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-codeready-workspaces
    name: openshift-codeready-workspaces
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: custom-domains-operator
  - namespace: openshift-customer-monitoring
    name: openshift-customer-monitoring
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
    name: managed-node-metadata-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: must-gather-operator
  - namespace: openshift-observability-operator
    name: observability-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocm-agent-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: osd-metrics-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: rbac-permissions-operator
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: route-monitor-operator
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: splunk-forwarder-operator-og
  - namespace: openshift-strimzi
    name: openshift-strimzi
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator
  Subscription:
  - namespace: openshift-addon-operator
    name: addon-operator
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: custom-domains-operator
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
    name: managed-node-metadata-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: configure-alertmanager-operator
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: must-gather-operator
  - namespace: openshift-observability-operator
    name: observability-operator
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocm-agent-operator
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: osd-metrics-exporter
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: rbac-permissions-operator
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: route-monitor-operator
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator
  PackageManifest:
  - namespace: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
    name: splunk-forwarder-operator
  - namespace: openshift-addon-operator
    name: addon-operator
  - namespace: openshift-rbac-permissions
    name: rbac-permissions-operator
  - namespace: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
    name: cloud-ingress-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
    name: managed-node-metadata-operator
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: managed-velero-operator
  - namespace: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator
  - namespace: openshift-custom-domains-operator
    name: managed-node-metadata-operator
  - namespace: openshift-route-monitor-operator
    name: custom-domains-operator
  - namespace: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
    name: managed-upgrade-operator
  - namespace: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
    name: ocm-agent-operator
  - namespace: openshift-observability-operator
    name: observability-operator
  - namespace: openshift-monitoring
    name: configure-alertmanager-operator
  - namespace: openshift-must-gather-operator
    name: deployment-validation-operator
  - namespace: openshift-osd-metrics
    name: osd-metrics-exporter
  Status:
  - {}
  Project:
  - name: dedicated-admin
  - name: openshift-addon-operator
  - name: openshift-aqua
  - name: openshift-backplane
  - name: openshift-backplane-cee
  - name: openshift-backplane-csa
  - name: openshift-backplane-cse
  - name: openshift-backplane-csm
  - name: openshift-backplane-managed-scripts
  - name: openshift-backplane-mobb
  - name: openshift-backplane-srep
  - name: openshift-backplane-tam
  - name: openshift-build-test
  - name: openshift-cloud-ingress-operator
  - name: openshift-codeready-workspaces
  - name: openshift-custom-domains-operator
  - name: openshift-customer-monitoring
  - name: openshift-deployment-validation-operator
  - name: openshift-managed-node-metadata-operator
  - name: openshift-managed-upgrade-operator
  - name: openshift-must-gather-operator
  - name: openshift-observability-operator
  - name: openshift-ocm-agent-operator
  - name: openshift-operators-redhat
  - name: openshift-osd-metrics
  - name: openshift-rbac-permissions
  - name: openshift-route-monitor-operator
  - name: openshift-security
  - name: openshift-splunk-forwarder-operator
  - name: openshift-sre-pruning
  - name: openshift-strimzi
  - name: openshift-validation-webhook
  - name: openshift-velero
  ClusterResourceQuota:
  - name: loadbalancer-quota
  - name: persistent-volume-quota
  SecurityContextConstraints:
  - name: pcap-dedicated-admins
  - name: splunkforwarder
  SplunkForwarder:
  - namespace: openshift-security
    name: splunkforwarder
  Group:
  - name: dedicated-admins
  User:
  - name: backplane-cluster-admin
  Backup:
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221123112305
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221125042537
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221126010038
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221127010039
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221128010040
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup-20221129050847
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221128051740
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221128061740
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221128071740
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221128081740
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221128091740
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221129050852
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup-20221129051747
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: weekly-full-backup-20221116184315
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: weekly-full-backup-20221121033854
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: weekly-full-backup-20221128020040
  Schedule:
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: daily-full-backup
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: hourly-object-backup
  - namespace: openshift-velero
    name: weekly-full-backup

5.3. Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS add-on namespaces

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS add-ons are services available for installation after cluster installation. These additional services include Red Hat OpenShift Dev Spaces, Red Hat OpenShift API Management, and Cluster Logging Operator. Any changes to resources within the following namespaces can be overridden by the add-on during upgrades, which can lead to unsupported configurations for the add-on functionality.

Example 5.2. List of add-on managed namespaces

addon-namespaces:
  ocs-converged-dev: openshift-storage
  managed-api-service-internal: redhat-rhoami-operator
  codeready-workspaces-operator: codeready-workspaces-operator
  managed-odh: redhat-ods-operator
  codeready-workspaces-operator-qe: codeready-workspaces-operator-qe
  integreatly-operator: redhat-rhmi-operator
  nvidia-gpu-addon: redhat-nvidia-gpu-addon
  integreatly-operator-internal: redhat-rhmi-operator
  rhosak-qe: redhat-managed-kafka-operator-qe
  rhoams: redhat-rhoam-operator
  ocs-converged: openshift-storage
  addon-operator: redhat-addon-operator
  rhosak: redhat-managed-kafka-operator
  kas-fleetshard-operator-qe: redhat-kas-fleetshard-operator-qe
  prow-operator: prow
  cluster-logging-operator: openshift-logging
  acm-operator: acm
  dba-operator: addon-dba-operator
  reference-addon: redhat-reference-addon
  ocm-addon-test-operator: redhat-ocm-addon-test-operator
  kas-fleetshard-operator: redhat-kas-fleetshard-operator
  connectors-operator: redhat-openshift-connectors

5.4. Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS validating webhooks

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS validating webhooks are a set of dynamic admission controls maintained by the OpenShift SRE team. These HTTP callbacks, also known as webhooks, are called for various types of requests to ensure cluster stability. The following list describes the various webhooks with rules containing the registered operations and resources that are controlled. Any attempt to circumvent these validating webhooks could affect the stability and supportability of the cluster.

Example 5.3. List of validating webhooks

[
  {
    "webhookName": "clusterlogging-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "CREATE",
          "UPDATE"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "logging.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "v1"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "clusterloggings"
        ],
        "scope": "Namespaced"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift Customers may set log retention outside the allowed range of 0-7 days"
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "hiveownership-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "UPDATE",
          "DELETE"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "quota.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "clusterresourcequotas"
        ],
        "scope": "Cluster"
      }
    ],
    "webhookObjectSelector": {
      "matchLabels": {
        "hive.openshift.io/managed": "true"
      }
    },
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift customers may not edit certain managed resources. A managed resource has a \"hive.openshift.io/managed\": \"true\" label."
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "namespace-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "CREATE",
          "UPDATE",
          "DELETE"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          ""
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "namespaces"
        ],
        "scope": "Cluster"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift Customers may not modify namespaces specified in the [openshift-monitoring/addons-namespaces openshift-monitoring/managed-namespaces openshift-monitoring/ocp-namespaces] ConfigMaps because customer workloads should be placed in customer-created namespaces. Customers may not create namespaces identified by this regular expression (^com$|^io$|^in$) because it could interfere with critical DNS resolution. Additionally, customers may not set or change the values of these Namespace labels [managed.openshift.io/storage-pv-quota-exempt managed.openshift.io/service-lb-quota-exempt]."
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "pod-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "v1"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "pods"
        ],
        "scope": "Namespaced"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift Customers may use tolerations on Pods that could cause those Pods to be scheduled on infra or master nodes."
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "regular-user-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "cloudcredential.openshift.io",
          "machine.openshift.io",
          "admissionregistration.k8s.io",
          "addons.managed.openshift.io",
          "cloudingress.managed.openshift.io",
          "managed.openshift.io",
          "ocmagent.managed.openshift.io",
          "splunkforwarder.managed.openshift.io",
          "upgrade.managed.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "*/*"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "autoscaling.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "clusterautoscalers",
          "machineautoscalers"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "config.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "clusterversions",
          "clusterversions/status",
          "schedulers",
          "apiservers"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "operator.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "kubeapiservers",
          "openshiftapiservers"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          ""
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "nodes",
          "nodes/*"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "managed.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "subjectpermissions",
          "subjectpermissions/*"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      },
      {
        "operations": [
          "*"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "network.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "netnamespaces",
          "netnamespaces/*"
        ],
        "scope": "*"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift customers may not manage any objects in the following APIgroups [network.openshift.io cloudcredential.openshift.io managed.openshift.io ocmagent.managed.openshift.io upgrade.managed.openshift.io config.openshift.io operator.openshift.io machine.openshift.io admissionregistration.k8s.io addons.managed.openshift.io cloudingress.managed.openshift.io splunkforwarder.managed.openshift.io autoscaling.openshift.io], nor may Managed OpenShift customers alter the APIServer, KubeAPIServer, OpenShiftAPIServer, ClusterVersion, Node or SubjectPermission objects."
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "scc-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "UPDATE",
          "DELETE"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "security.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "securitycontextconstraints"
        ],
        "scope": "Cluster"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift Customers may not modify the following default SCCs: [anyuid hostaccess hostmount-anyuid hostnetwork node-exporter nonroot privileged restricted]"
  },
  {
    "webhookName": "techpreviewnoupgrade-validation",
    "rules": [
      {
        "operations": [
          "CREATE",
          "UPDATE"
        ],
        "apiGroups": [
          "config.openshift.io"
        ],
        "apiVersions": [
          "*"
        ],
        "resources": [
          "featuregates"
        ],
        "scope": "Cluster"
      }
    ],
    "documentString": "Managed OpenShift Customers may not use TechPreviewNoUpgrade FeatureGate that could prevent any future ability to do a y-stream upgrade to their clusters."
  }
]

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