- We have an external load-balancer in front of our HAProxy. Currently, if we update the
router, openshift deploys it rolling without interruption. But the load-balancer needs a few seconds to realize, that a pod is now on another node. This results in a few requests being passed to a node, where the
routeris already terminated, which means requests are dropped. So the main problem is, that we can not control on which node a router gets shut down, so we cannot update the load-balancer upfront.
- Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.2.1
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