It's so frustrating that #kubernetes tries to do a chown recursively every time a pod starts up if you have fsGroup set. For a volume with a very large amount of files (eg minio!), it means the pod will take ages to start up.
Finally got my #kubernetes cluster back up. All I wanted to do was upgrade kubernetes, and add a few nodes with Fedora CoreOS, but it exploded in my face. Switched back to CentOS 7 for now.
I've been spending the last week going through a #RedHat training course for #OpenShift. I really want to switch my home #kubernetes cluster from K8S to OpenShift, but it would be problematic as I have very little RAM and CPU for my cluster.
It totals 16GB, and 4 CPU cores across two nodes, and the CPUs aren't great either (G1840T).
I want a couple of quad core i7/i5 NUCs to add to the cluster. If I come across some for a reasonable price, I will definitely be getting them.
Upgrading my #kubernetes cluster.... I hope this doesn't go badly
I want a few more nodes for my home #kubernetes cluster. At the moment I only have two nodes, each with a crappy CPU (Celeron G1840T). My main requirements were they had to be small, and had to be x86_64, so I found a pair of Acer Veriton N4630G on eBay for very cheap. They currently have 8GB RAM each. I want to add one more node, and also upgrade the CPUs to an i5.
At Google Academy for #Kubernetes Training. Exciting.
I have way too many VMs running on my servers. I really need to move them to #kubernetes.
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