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Re: [atomic-devel] Kubernetes manual setup (need reviewers)


    Just a heads up, there is also an RPM for Origin on Fedora. In fact, IMHO, it is the easiest way to get a long term "test environment" up and running per this [1]. That article even explains how to get DNS working similar to an OCP install which makes it really convenient for somebody that doesn't have time to hassle around.

The problem with oc cluster up and all of the others is no working DNS, and no start on boot...

[1]: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VgWYq4RGeWU9eOpiOv9fbTdWB6pFpFlycKJJKTLoo2Y/edit#heading=h.d359y1uuq93r

On 03/14/2018 03:17 PM, Chris Negus wrote:
----- Original Message -----
Make it public?
Here is a public link:


-- Chris Negus
On Wed, Mar 14, 2018, 8:29 PM Chris Negus <cnegus redhat com> wrote:

I have a draft of a write-up for running Kubernetes on Fedora or Fedora
Atomic, using kubeadm, that I'd like to submit to upstream Kubernetes. I
would appreciate people reviewing the document and trying the procedure.

Before publishing, I have a few issues that I need to get through (listed
at the top of the document). Any feedback (especially help with those
issues) would be appreciated:


-- Chris Negus

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On 02/23/2018 10:43 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 10:16:46AM -0800, Jason Brooks wrote:
If we have a preferred non-manual way, we should encourage people to
use that, but I don't see what we lose from having good documentation
at a lower level too.
That's totally awesome. Now someone needs to do that work. In the
absence of that person, it's not dismissive to link them to a popular
resource for manual installation.
Of course -- but what I mean is saying "You wanted to know how to do
Kubernetes on Fedora Atomic Host? Go do Kubernetes the hard way!"
doesn't come off as very friendly to someone who doesn't know that
"Learn ____ the hard way!" is a somewhat tongue-in-cheek meme. If
that's the best resource and we recommend it, let's recommend it with a
Oh, I was planning to recommend Kubeadm.  Kubeadm is good enough for
most users, these days, and it's actually a good way to test new
Kubernetes releases.  And the Kubeadm team is enthusiastic enough to
maybe offer us some help.

My primary concern with making sure that Kube is available on FAH/CAH is
that I want Kubernetes developers regarding AH as a reasonable target
platform for development.  We also want to make sure not to abandon our
existing AH+Kube users, but presumably installation docs are not the
primary thing those users need.

I wouldn't *mind* having a "the hard way" doc for FAH/CAH, but I can't
commit to putting in the time it would require to write it, since I'm
not sure who the target user for it is.  Someone who wants something
"production" is going to install Origin, no?

Josh Berkus
Kubernetes Community
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