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Installation override files for Watson Machine Learning

An override file enables a specific module or assembly to have a custom configuration. For example, it enables a specific module to use a different storage class than the default storage class. Depending on your installation environment, you might need to provide an override file when you install the Watson™ Machine Learning service.

Storage type x86-64 POWER
CEPH Required, see CEPH (x86-64) for contents of the override file. Not supported
IBM Cloud File Storage (ibmc-file-gold-gid) Not needed Not supported
NFS Not needed Not needed
OpenShift® Container Storage Required, see OpenShift Container Storage (x86-64) for contents of the override file. Not supported
Portworx Required, if this is the first time that you're installing the Watson Machine Learning service.

If you used the service with Portworx storage classes on IBM® Cloud Pak for Data version 2.5, no override.yaml is required.

See Portworx (x86-64) for the contents of the override file.

Not supported

CEPH (x86-64)

Create an override YAML file with the following contents. The recommended name for the file is wml-ceph-x86.YAML
ibm-wml-prod:
  wmlRuntimeManager:
    storageclass_name: "rook-ceph-cephfs-internal"

OpenShift Container Storage (x86-64)

Create an override YAML file with the following contents. The recommended name for the file is wml-ocs-x86.YAML.
ibm-wml-prod:
  wmlRuntimeManager:
    storageclass_name: "ocs-storagecluster-cephfs" 

Portworx (x86-64)

Create an override YAML file with the following contents. The recommended name for the file is wml-override.yaml.
ibm-wml-prod:
  wmlEtcd:
    storageclass_name: portworx-gp3-sc
  securityContext:
    fsGroup: "4000"
  wmlRuntimeManager:
    storageclass_name: portworx-shared-gp3