Install the Run:ai Control Plane¶
Install the Control Plane¶
Run the helm command below:
- The subdomain configured for the OpenShift cluster.
To install a specific version, add
--version <version> to the install command. You can find available versions by running
helm search repo -l runai-backend.
- The domain configured for the OpenShift cluster. To find out the OpenShift cluster domain, run
oc get routes -A
custom-env.yamlshould have been created by the prepare installation script in the previous section.
<version> with the control plane version)
--dry-run flag to gain an understanding of what is being installed before the actual installation.
(Optional) Additional Configurations¶
There may be cases where you need to set additional properties as follows:
| ||User name of the internal identity provider administrator||This user is the administrator of Keycloak|
| ||Password of the internal identity provider administrator||This password is for the administrator of Keycloak|
| ||PostgreSQL username||Override the Run:ai default user name for the Run:ai database|
| ||PostgreSQL password||Override the Run:ai default password for the Run:ai database|
| ||Grafana username||Override the Run:ai default user name for accessing Grafana|
| ||Grafana password||Override the Run:ai default password for accessing Grafana|
| ||Storage class||The installation to work with a specific storage class rather than the default one|
| ||Docker secret||Provide credentials for accessing the organization's docker registry. This is required for air-gapped environments|
| ||Pod request and limits|| |
Connect to Run:ai User Interface¶
oc get routes -n runai-backendto find the Run:ai Administration User Interface URL.
- Log in using the default credentials: User:
[email protected], Password:
- Go to the Users area and change the password.
Continue with installing a Run:ai Cluster.