tips and tricks on building a cluster-api image
There is a new IBM Power Developer eXchange where you can connect with the team I’m a part of to discuss OpenShift on Power or Kubernetes on Power. It’s an avenue to talk directly to the Subject Matter Experts in an open arena.
This article is a how-to grab VIP details from a PowerVS instance and VIP.
Grabbing a VM Instance Console from the ibmcloud tool’s commandline.
Recently, I’ve begun researching and building code integrating and using the cluster-api and providers (CAPI). To get acquainted with the cluster-api and related providers, I reviewed: Cluster API Intro and Deep Dive – Yuvaraj Balaji Rao Kakaraparthi & Vince Prignano, VMware Build Your Own Cluster API Provider the Easy Way – Anusha Hegde, VMware & Richard Case, Weaveworks SIG Cluster Lifecycle – Cluster API – Development/debugging with Tilt (EMEA/Americas) – 2022-02-28 Setting Up a Development Environment for the Cluster API Kubemark Provider Cluster API Provider IBM Cloud To visualize a CAPI Setup you can use cluster-api-visualizer To ask questions of…
The Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog contains a supported version of the [`pause`] container. This container is based on [ubi8]. This best version of the Pause container to use for multiarch purposes.
Don’t use docker.io/ibmcom/pause-ppc64le:3.1 when you have a multi-architecture version
If you are running etcd, and need to check a few thing / see the status of your cluster, use the included hacks.
I’ve had to run a number of queries for an OpenShift Cluster, Kubernetes and Linux recently, and here are my helpful queries:
My teammate and I setup OpenShift: Node Feature Discovery. We wanted to load labels for specific use-cases. I stumbled across Node Feature Discovery: Advanced Configuration, so I edited the NodeFeatureDiscovery resource – nfd-instance.