- Assigning a machine-config-pool to a node and then, deleting by accident the machine-config in used will put the node in a loop-back trying to render the deleted config pool. It will cause discrepancies with the existing machine config pool to be in a degraded state.
- Deletion of a rendered config in use should never be done since it will lead to a degraded status of the node associated.
- The only other reason to lose a rendered config is a drift during install between the bootstrap and master generation.
- Openshift Container Platform 4.x (OCP).
- RHCOS/RHEL 8.
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