Tag:kubernetes

  • K8s and storage — Interpretation of flexvolume

    Time:2020-7-22

    preface The great thing about k8s is its scalability. In the storage field, it supports flex volume and CSI. Today I’ll focus on flexvolume. Flexvolume is a storage plug-in extension mode supported by kubernetes v1.8 +. Similar to CNI plug-ins, it requires external plug-ins to put the binaries in a pre configured path (such as […]

  • Using kubernetes to deploy a notepad project

    Time:2020-6-8

    Kubernetes, or k8s for short, is an open source project released by Google in 2014. What problems did kubernetes solve? A real production environment application will contain multiple containers, which are likely to be deployed across multiple server hosts. Kubernetes provides the ability to choreograph and manage containers for large-scale deployment of those workloads. Kubernetes […]

  • K8s weekly ecological report | July 1, 2019 ~ July 7, 2019

    Time:2020-6-6

    The content of k8s ecological weekly mainly includes some recommended information about k8s ecology that I have been exposed to every week. Welcome to the k8s ecology column. Kubernetes v1.16 release cycle begins With the release of kubernetes v1.15 some time ago, the release cycle of v1.16 began. The release cycle of this time is […]

  • 1. Quickly deploy kubernetes cluster through RKE

    Time:2020-6-6

    preparation in advance RKE:Ranchar Kubernetes Engine https://github.com/rancher/rkeBecause RKE is written by golang, you can download the binary file of the corresponding system directlyDownload address: https://github.com/rancher/rk… 1. It is recommended to use Ubuntu 16.04.3 lts; if CentOS 7 is used, it is recommended to use more than 7.32. The hostname of each host must be different!3. […]

  • K8s and DNS — some practical experience of coredns

    Time:2020-5-29

    About coredns Install the new version k8s, coredns has become the default DNS. Before Kube DNS. Coredns is a flexible and extensible DNS server, which can be used as kubernetes cluster DNS. Like kubernetes, the coredns project is hosted by CNCF. But in practical use, we need some attention. Increase the anti affinity of the […]

  • K8s ecological weekly | runc v1.0.0-rc9 release

    Time:2020-4-3

    The content of k8s ecological weekly mainly includes some recommended information about k8s ecology that I have been exposed to every week. Welcome to the k8s ecology column. Runc v1.0.0-rc9 release Unconsciously, runc v1.0.0-rc9 was released recently. My friends who have paid attention to my article in the past should have seen that I have […]

  • K8s with Jenkins cicd

    Time:2020-3-24

    K8s with Jenkins cicd Environment Description: 192.168.0.63 is the primary node of k8s cluster, which ensures that DNS and ingress have been installed in your cluster The main process of compiling and packaging is as follows:Compile package – > build image – > upload image to private server – > copy template file to cluster […]

  • Tekton Pipelines–Task

    Time:2020-2-11

    Preface Tekton pipelines is an open source implementation that configures and runs CI / CD style pipelines for your kubernetes application. Pipelines create custom resources to declare pipelines as building blocks. The custom resource is an extension of the kubernetes API. You can create custom kubernetes objects. After installing the custom resources, users can use […]

  • What you need to know about debugging docker containers

    Time:2020-2-4

    Debugging the docker container can be a very challenging process. Here, I will share some basic technologies for debugging containers, mainly Docker technologies, but these technologies are also applicable to many other types of Linux container engines. The approach I’ll cover in detail here applies to Linux based systems. The inspiration for this blog post […]

  • How to debug a docker container from a separate container

    Time:2020-2-3

    Containers are great for encapsulating software, but sometimes you can go too far by blindly altering the container image to make it as small as possible. We need to find a good balance between “clean” images and images that cannot be debugged. The normal way to see people debugging a running container is to docker […]

  • K8s weekly ecological report | July 29, 2019 ~ August 4, 2019

    Time:2020-1-31

    The content of k8s ecological weekly mainly includes some recommended information about k8s ecology that I have been exposed to every week. Welcome to the k8s ecology column. Containerd 1.3.0-beta.0 release Containerd was hatched from docker in 2014, initially as the underlying manager of docker engine. After being accepted by CNCF in March 2017, containerd […]

  • Create optimized go image files and stepped pits

    Time:2020-1-21

    It is not difficult to create a go image file on docker, but the created file is very large, close to 1g, which is not convenient to use. One of the main problems of docker image is how to optimize and create a small image. We can create docker image files with multi-level construction method, […]