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Benjamin Elder
BSCS '17 . Kubernetes (, Release Team, ...). Opinions are my own. Everything is fine 🔥
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Benjamin Elder 11h
Replying to @Itsuugo
Fixes*
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Benjamin Elder 11h
Replying to @Itsuugo
A day later than planned, but I think the fixed and port forwards were worth it :-)
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Benjamin Elder 11h
kind v0.4.0 is out! Highlights: - initial IPv6 support (incl. the 1st IPv6 CI for & many fixes to the conformance tests, shoutout to !) - support for additional node port forwards - network fixes & faster start Thanks to of all of 🙂
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Benjamin Elder Jun 24
Replying to @ereslibre
Hope that fixes things! Sorry it took a while to get to that 😅
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Benjamin Elder Jun 22
Replying to @jessfraz
Dawww! 🐶
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
Replying to @jaicesd
oh no jaice :( hugs 😓❤️
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
Presenting " in SIG release" thanks to a bugged Zoom chat window I've apparently had in the background since Tuesday 😆
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
It's only even this good because has already been sending PRs to fix the tests before kind IPv6 support merged 🙃 If you want to help out the project, send me Kubernetes PRs for this! I'm always happy to review & approve test fixes 😅
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
Replying to @Itsuugo @kubernetesio
First full conformance results: 12 tests need work, 209 pass.
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
Replying to @Itsuugo @kubernetesio
Added a parallel-safe-tests only job, first results here (no surprises, we know these tests fail on IPv6...)
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
Replying to @Itsuugo @kubernetesio
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Benjamin Elder Jun 21
This is awesome work from , finally we can get some IPv6 CI running for (and fix all the Conformance tests 😉) 🎉
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
Replying to @jessfraz
also CIS but ... curious what people think about _open source_ rainbow brands like gRPC's mascot bringing out the rainbows
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
Replying to @guincodes @jaicesd
(this is probably totally wrong, I blame the internet. 🙃) *ducks*
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
Replying to @guincodes @jaicesd
Amazing. I think needs Wasserschweinsuchscheinwerfer 😁
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
... with a little work (hope to make that easier soon!) Also we take PRs :-)
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
kind is a bit more flexible but also more effort than clicking some buttons in the docker UI. We originally built It for the Kubernetes project testing Kubernetes so it does some neat things like "HA" clusters and makes it possible to run a fairly arbitrary Kubernetes version (2)
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Benjamin Elder Jun 20
Hard to fit in a tweet: The one with Docker for Mac / Windows is configured by Docker Inc and runs alongside the docker daemon. kind is an upstream project for Mac, Linux, Windows & can simulate whole multi node clusters where each node is a container with containers "in" it. (1)
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Ian Coldwater ⎈ Jun 20
If you are trying to boostrap a Kubernetes cluster locally, save yourself some sanity and use Kind. You can thank me later. If you have go and docker installed, this one-liner is all you need: GO111MODULE="on" go get && kind create cluster Have fun!
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Benjamin Elder Jun 17
Replying to @stephenaugustus
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