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I'm trying to create a Chat application to enhance my portfolio. For it I'm using xmpp as my messaging server. So, I'm running ejabberd on kubernetes with the following configuration...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 13:22
I know almost nothing about kubernetes and node.js, but I have experience in ejabberd and docker, so maybe I can give some useful hint:
Looking at the configuration you showed, and assuming you use the default ejabberd config from https://github.com/processone/docker-ejabberd/blob/master/ecs/conf/ejabberd.yml#L38
In that configuration file it says that:
- port 5222 is used for XMPP C2S connections
- 5280 for HTTP connections
- and 5443 is used for HTTPS, including WebSocket, BOSH, web admin...
In your case, if your client uses WebSocket to connect to ejabberd, you should open the 5443 port in kubernetes and tell your client to use an URL like "wss://ejabberd-srv:5443/ws",
I used Nats Streaming before for my microservices based on Docker and Kubernetes and node.js but because Nats Streaming is currently being deprecated I want to migrate to NATS and NATS JetStream.
This is the deployment yaml config file that I used for NATS Streaming server in my k8s folder which is using by skaffold to apply and it works fine:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 11:14
After some trials and errors and some research, I realized that it is actually better to use Helm (Kubernetes package manager) to have a complete and correct manifest for things like NATS or Kafka or ElasticSearch, etc... So, after installing Helm Kubernetes package manager you can install NATS in your Kubernetes cluster by running a command as simple as "
helm install my-nats nats/nats" and then you have NATS up and running there in your Kubernetes.
But in this case with the manifest I came up with for NATS unlike before that it was common to connect to NATS server from node.js client using
localhost and external access was possible, you can connect to NATS server from node.js client by using service name like this, that is perhaps even more appropriate:
Im new into kubernetes and im following Les Jackson course about Microservices on YouTube. After i deployed the SQL server i cant connect to it using Management Studio. (Arround 5:30:00 on the course)
Here is the yaml code for deployment, its pretty much the same used on the course i just added some lines because i was getting and error "crashLoopBackOff" on the container:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 20:19
Well, after several attempts to recreate your situation completely, I managed to do it. I have encountered several problems, the solution of which I will describe below. From the input parameters I have
Windows 10 pro, installed
Docker desktop, and
Kubernetes v1.22.5. Also 2 files
- We'll start by deleting all the previous Clusters and Nodes to start all over again. And at the end, reboot your system.
Hi i'm trying to create a persistent volume for my mongoDB on kubernetes on google cloud platform and i'm stuck in pending
Here you have my manifest :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-07 at 11:17
If you're on GKE, you should already have dynamic provisioning setup.
I am facing a "CrashLoopBackoff" error when I deploy a .Net Core API with
helm upgrade --install flextoeco . :
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 01:37
In the Deployment spec, I need to use port 5000 as the containerPort: value and also the port: in the probes. My application is listening on port 5000 :
I've deployed locally a k8s cluster with kind. The firebase emulator runs on a pod inside the cluster and has a ClusterIp Service assigned. When I'm sending a request to kind-firebase.yaml pod from the service.yaml pod, the request fails because connection cannot be established.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-18 at 23:00
After connecting to the firebase pod and checking DNS Resolution, the service name must be:
I'm following this tutorial on Microservices https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgVjEo3OGBI
At some point, I deploy a SQL Server image in Kubernetes, using this Yaml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 08:44
TL;DR The solution to this particular problem was that https://stackoverflow.com/users/52045/soeren had an instance of SQL Server running on their computer that intercepted port 1433 requests before hitting K8s. Disabling the SQL Server instance on computer solved the problem and port 1433 traffic routed to K8s load balancer.
Original solution follows...
I have copy/pasted your YAML verbatim above into files
pvc.yaml respectively and then run these commands.
I love elastic search so on my new project I have been trying to make it work on Kubernetes and skaffold
this is the yaml file I wrote:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 05:55
Here is example YAML file you should consider running if you are planning to run the single Node elasticsearch cluster on the Kubernetes
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-19 at 13:49
Okay! I resolved the isses by re-installing the docker desktop and not enabling Kubernetes in it. I installed Minikube and then I ran
skaffold dev and this time it was not giving error in deployments to stabilize... stage. Looks like Kubernetes desktop is the culprit? I am not sure though because I ran it successfully before.
New Update!!! I worked again on the Kubernetes desktop. I deleted Minikube because Minicube uses the same port that the ingress-Nginx server uses to run the project. So, I had decided to put back Kubernetes desktop, also Google cloud Kubernetes engine. And scaffold works perfectly this time.
I have developed my project on Google cloud using Nodejs,Angular, MongoDB and Express. I have successfully built the Authentication part for Express and Node.js. Now I am trying to integrate Angular. I have setup Ingress-NGINX using Google cloud and am utilizing Google cloud shell to create the code.
I followed the steps below for setup
Steps for setting up Ingress-NGINX on Google Cloud
- Create a project blog-dev
- Create cluster blog-dev with 3 N1-g1 small instances in us-central1-c zone
- Navigate to https://kubernetes.github.io/ingress-nginx/deploy/#gce-gke
- On the Google cloud account, open the cloud shell and navigate to BPB_MEAN_Framework directory in terminal
- Execute the command gcloud init, reinitialize the cluster, select the account, project and the region
- Execute the command gcloud container clusters get-credentials blog-dev
- Execute the command kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubernetes/ingress-nginx/controller-v1.0.3/deploy/static/provider/cloud/deploy.yaml to configure ingress-nginx
- Go to Network Services -> Load Balancing and check that the Load Balancer has got created. Note the ip of the Load Balancer
- Open the hosts.ini file and update as shown below 126.96.36.199 blog.dev 8.1) kubectl create secret generic jwt-secret --from-literal=JWT_KEY=asdf
- Run scaffold dev
- Go to http://blog.dev/api/users/currentuser in a browser and get the 'Privacy Error' page. Click 'Advanced' here
- Type thisisunsafe on keyboard
The various files are listed below
Listed below is the Kubernetes deployment yaml...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-21 at 16:55
Try to open the container port from deployment
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