User with “admin” role in name space do not see the same couchbase cluster screen with more options as the user with “cluster admin” role. however, there is no way they want to give us the cluster admin role.
Summary of issue:
We have users with admin role to the namespace where the Couchbase Operator is installed. When the users try create a new Couchbase instance, they are not able to see the configuration tabs Servers, Cluster, Buckets, XDCR, Backup, Monitoring, and Networking.
When we try the same with a user with a cluster-admin or cluster view role, we can see the missing tabs.
According to this Couchbase documentation Install the Operator on OpenShift | Couchbase Docs, when installing the Operator manually, we need to add the “couchbasecluster” role to the users. In our case, we installed the Couchbase Operator via the OpenShift Console and didn’t see this role created. As a test we created the role manually and bind it to the user but we are still not able to see the missing tabs.
What are the user requirements and the correct procedures to configure them?