Checking the presence of custom installed operators in the cluster is simply a matter of checking all the
ClusterServiceVersions (CSV) that are available in the cluster. Every operator installed by OLM has a corresponding CSV
associated with it that that contains all the details of the operator. Running
kubectl get csvs -A
would return all CSVs across all namespaces and provide a high-level view of all custom installed operators.
If the ClusterServiceVersion fails to show up or does not reach the
Succeeded phase, please check the troubleshooting documentation to debug your installation.
Operators are available from a variety of sources, or catalogs. Some catalogs are bundled in the default installation of OLM, and there are also online catalogs of operators available to install within the cluster.
A collection of operators come packaged with the default OLM installation and can be examined by querying the packageserver.
These operators come from the community as well as officially supported Red Hat operators. The package server is an
that aggregates information on all operators available to install from catalog sources in the cluster. To see available packages run
kubectl get packagemanifests.
To get more information about a particular operator installed within the cluster from a catalogsource, run
kubectl describe packagemanifests <operator name>. This will provide some detailed information about the operator such as
its intended use, applicable CRDs, and resources for support with that particular operator.
A great resource to find all available operators is OperatorHub, an online catalog of installable operators. There are over 80 available operators available to install, with details around the installation process, the upgrade process, and operator support information. Installing operators from OperatorHub is seamless if OLM is installed.