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Benjamin Elder
BSCS '17 . Kubernetes (, SIG-Testing, Release Team). Opinions are my own. Everything is fine 🔥
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Benjamin Elder 13h
Replying to @dave_universetf
Can you SSH to the nodes? docker save | docker load for side loading works pretty good so far for kind.
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Benjamin Elder 19h
Yeah. FWIW k8s on k8s: (kind on Prow / in a pod on GKE) 😅
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Benjamin Elder 19h
GKE which doesn't support that (I don't remember but I think when the previous iterations of this started GCE didn't either?). We need to run k8s on K8s
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Benjamin Elder 20h
Right. I have hope for the future of containers wrt to this but currently we also lose some of the isolation while doing this. Have some other hopes incl. cgroups v2 and the rootless work 🙏
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Benjamin Elder 20h
I think we can get it lower, I've had ~40s start on my workstation for a single node and there are obvious improvements to make, but 5s probably won't happen anytime soon 😅
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Benjamin Elder 20h
... but maybe not in the way you need. In general VMs should? be capable of higher fidelity & snapshots are very attractive. If it weren't for the "build k8s from source + test" and "run in places with poor / no support for VMs" I think we might be working on something VM based.
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Benjamin Elder 20h
I'm not sure that we can get the startup that low / snapshot as effectively with containers. Initially we targeted testing k8s from source anyhow, but we're working on making prebuilt faster now. We have issues tracking network add-on choice, multiple networks should be doable...
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Benjamin Elder 20h
It does support multiple node, but on a single docker net currently. Depending on your needs VM based options may definitely be better, we needed something w/o VMs to run on Prow. There's some fairly low hanging fruit to improve boot time 🤞 Virtuakube seems really cool! 😄
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Stefan Prodan Feb 16
You can now load locally built images into Kubernetes Kind with a single command If you don’t have e2e testing in your CI pipeline now is a good time to start. On it takes 2 minutes to have a fully functional cluster.
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Lukas Grossar Feb 12
First steps with (Kubernetes in Docker) to test some podAntiAffinity behavior! Running a multi-node K8s cluster on my laptop has never been easier!
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Aaron Crickenberger Feb 13
When I said everything must have a kep, I guess I should have known this was coming
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Benjamin Elder Feb 10
This resonates: "Every revolutionary idea in science, politics, art, or whatever seems to evoke three stages of reaction. … 1. It's completely impossible — don't waste my time 2. It's possible, but it's not worth doing 3. I said it was a good idea all along" - Arthur C. Clarke
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Timothy St. Clair Feb 8
You know what we need more of in the community? Folks who love to refactor+reduce complexity and focus on UX. You know what we don't need... more features. If you want to get involved. and I can get you started.
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Benjamin Elder Feb 7
It shows up when you don't have enough memes 🙃 (Or really when and are trolling)
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Benjamin Elder Feb 7
It's great. You need one.
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Benjamin Elder Feb 7
It's my turn for the manager minion staredown today apparently 🦄🤠👀
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Benjamin Elder Feb 6
Replying to @mauilion @idvoretskyi
Aha! Mind filing an issue? I hadn't seen any previous requests for this option. Is this preferable to an option to install a custom manifest?
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Benjamin Elder Feb 6
Replying to @mauilion @idvoretskyi
Lack of? We ship weave currently 🙃
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Jeff Grafton Feb 6
I'm feeling very watched at my desk today
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Benjamin Elder Feb 6
Replying to @mauilion @idvoretskyi
which CNI? please let us know :-)
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