kandi X-RAY | minikube Summary
kandi X-RAY | minikube Summary
minikube implements a local Kubernetes cluster on macOS, Linux, and Windows. minikube's primary goals are to be the best tool for local Kubernetes application development and to support all Kubernetes features that fit.
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I'm following a tutorial https://docs.openfaas.com/tutorials/first-python-function/,
currently, I have the right image...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 08:10
If your image has a
latest tag, the Pod's
ImagePullPolicy will be automatically set to
Always. Each time the pod is created, Kubernetes tries to pull the newest image.
Try not tagging the image as
latest or manually setting the Pod's
If you're using static manifest to create a Pod, the setting will be like the following:
I am following this official k8 ingress tutorial. However I am not able to
curl the minikube IP address and access the "web" application.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-15 at 15:57
You need to setup your /etc/hosts, I guess the ingress controller wait for requests with an host defined to redirect them, but it's pretty strange that it didn't even respond to the http request with an error.
Could you show what these commands returns ?
I faced this problem since yesterday, no problems before.
My environment is
- Windows 11
- Docker Desktop 4.4.4
- minikube 1.25.1
- kubernetes-cli 1.23.3
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-07 at 08:38
This seems to be a bug introduced with 1.25.0 version of minikube: https://github.com/kubernetes/minikube/issues/13503 . A PR to revert the changes introducing the bug is already open: https://github.com/kubernetes/minikube/pull/13506
The fix is scheduled for minikube v1.26.
I am trying to connect my springboot app (running inside minikube) to kafka on my localhost (ie, laptop).
I have tried many things, including headless services, services without selectors, updating minikube \etc\hosts, but nothing works yet.
I get error from spring boot saying
No resolvable bootstrap urls given in bootstrap.servers
Can someone please point me to what I am doing wrong?
My Headless Service...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-03 at 04:58
Not sure how you are trying to connect service running on Minikube or on the local system and want to leverage kafka on minikube.
If your application running on local system and Kafka on minikube
you can connect the application to Kafka cluster with the IP of minikube also.
Here is good example : https://github.com/d1egoaz/minikube-kafka-cluster
These two commands appear to list the images which are available in minikube. Obviously one refers to images that are 'in cache' and the other does not however it is not clear where the images being listed by
minikube image list reside if not in the cache, or how images could be in the list returned by
minikube image list but not be returned by
minikube cache list.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-10 at 14:36
minikube startcaches all required Kubernetes images by default. This default may be changed by setting
--cache-images=false. These images are not displayed by the
To add Docker image to Minikube you can use:
Im trying to make an ingress for the minikube dashboard using the embedded dashboard internal service.
I enabled both
dashboard minikube addons.
I also wrote this ingress YAML file :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-13 at 11:10
I had similar issues with Minikube's Ingress, but I was using Windows.
After indepth search, I discovered that the problem came from Docker's driver.
I changed the driver to VirtualBox and Ingress started behaving as expected.
This entry provides further details.
I have used the following configurations to deploy an app on minikube.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 09:17
The endpoints provided in the service description are the endpoints for each of the pods
172.17.0.3:80,172.17.0.4:80, when you deploy more replicas you will have more endpoints.
The angular-app service is bonded to port number
31503and you can access your service on this port from cluster nodes (not your host machine).
minikube service angular-appwill create a tunnel between your host machine and the cluster nodes on port
60611. This means anything that comes on
127.0.0.1:60611will be redirected to
192.168.49.2:31503and then one of the available endpoints.
The service will take care of balancing the load between all replicas automatically and you don't need to worry about it.
if you would like to access a specific pod you can use the below command:
This is my current setup:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 09:13
Minikube is an executable, in this case you would need to
minikube with the desired version. There is no command to upgrade the running
You would need to:
Trying to expose an endpoint from a kubernetes pod to the internet/ browser/ API on a Windows 11 platform with WSL 2 enabled and using Powershell, Docker on Windows, kubectl and minikube. This is essential for resolving my dev environment.What happens
Based on whatever I could find in the docs and online, I saw Loadbalancer as the option used for <>. The tunneling never seemed to happen. I tested using the browser and using curl.Environment Information
- Windows: Windows 11 Pro
- Docker on Windows: Docker Desktop 4.3.2 (72729)
- Kubernetes: v1.22.3
- Minikube: minikube version: v1.24.0
Here are the commands that I executed to create the service.1. Create the deployment ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 15:09
kubectl expose deployment hello-world3 --type=LoadBalancer --port=8080
It looks like Docker Desktop for Mac is using a 1.22+ version of Kubernetes which introduces a number of breaking changes specifically to the
apiVersion. This is causing issues with our local development cluster.
There are couple options:
- Rolling back the Kubernetes version to something
<1.22in the development cluster.
ingress-nginxand the development configuration to use
I'm trying to go with route
1. and downgrade the version to match our production cluster:
v1.20.7 primarily because 1.22+ isn't available in Azure yet it looks like. It makes sense to me to have the development and production versions match.
That is my question: How do you change the version of Kuberentes that `docker-desktop uses?
If that can't be done, then I guess I'll just have to go with
What've tried so far is simply following the
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-10 at 21:42
As best as I could determine, there is not a way to do this. (Please correct me if I'm wrong).
The options appear to just be:
- Downgrade Docker Desktop for Mac to a version that has the version of Kubernetes that you want. Can find previous versions here: https://docs.docker.com/desktop/mac/release-notes/
- Use something like
k3d, etc. that gives you better control over the Kubernetes version being used.
I ended up just dong
1. as opposed to adding another tool to our development environment, but
2. feels like a much better option.
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