Kubernetes cluster setup with raspberries and a kubernetes cluster.

Raspberry Pi 4 K3S cluster setup

In this tutorial, I will show you how to set up a lightweight Kubernetes cluster using rancher k3s. My current Raspberry Pi 4 configuration: Hostname RAM CPU Disk IP Address k3s-master-1 8 GB 4 64 GB k3s-worker-node-1 8 GB 4 64 GB k3s-worker-node-2 8 GB 4 64 GB Prerequisite set values as shown below: Apply changes by executing

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Rancher Kubernetes Single Node Setup

Pre-req Download rke package and set executable permissions RKE Cluster setup First, we must setup rke cluster configuration file to deploy it to rke node where the cluster will be setup. Continue with interactive configurations to setup single node cluster. Run the below command to setup rke cluster Output: Connecting to Kubernetes cluster HELM Installation

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Container 101

What is a Container? A Container is a stripped-down lightweight image of an operating system, which is then bundled with the application package and other dependencies to run a Container in an isolated process. A container shares the core components such as kernel, network drivers, system tools, libraries, and many other settings from the host

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Run your first Windows Container on your Windows 10

Windows 10 now comes with container features available to pro and enterprise versions. To get started with containers on Windows 10, please make sure the below prerequisites are met. Pre-requisites Let’s ensure we have prerequisites installed before we get started with docker cli and container installation. If you already have the below items installed, you

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Kubernetes Command line

To manage a Kubernetes cluster, you need to know some basic commands to be able to manage the cluster. Below are basic command lines to manage pods, nodes, services, etc. Pods kubectl get pods is a command-line tool used in Kubernetes, a popular container orchestration platform, to retrieve information about pods that are running within

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How to check status of pods in kubernetes

To check status of a pod in kubernetes cluster. Connect to master node and execute below command. Below command will give status of all pods from default namespace. kubectl get pods If you like to check the status of pods in system namespace, execute below command. kubectl get pods –all-namespaces If you like to check

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Setup Kubernetes Cluster on CentOS 7

In this tutorial, we will use kubeadm to configure a Kubernetes cluster on CentOS 7.4. IMPORTANT NOTE: Ensure swap is disabled on both master and worker nodes. Kubernetes requires swap to be disabled in order for it to successfully configure Kubernetes Cluster. Before you start setting up Kubernetes cluster, it is recommended that you update

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Kubernetes Dashboard

Kubernetes Dashboard allows you to manage pods and cluster configuration from a web user interface (UI). You can write your own YAML or json file and upload it via Dashboard, and it will automatically create deployments for you. Kubernetes Dashboard is free to install, and you can follow the below steps. I will be using

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