I’ve been using different volume types for storage in my
cluster. I wrote two posts about it: GlusterFS On Kubernetes ARM and Storage for your cluster a year ago. All solutions adds complexity
to the cluster, the one that’s been easiest to handle is
nfs isn’t transparent enough. I always seems to end up in strange corner cases where it’s
not working as expected. The
emptyDir volume type let’s you mount an empty
directory from the host in to your Pod. But when the Pod goes away, so does your
volume, leaving you with nothing.
kubeadm is an awesome tool for getting started with Kubernetes.
This short post shows you how to get started on
Raspberry Pi 3.
This is the final part in a series about setting up Kubernetes on Scaleway. This final part is about setting up storage for your cluster. Most of the steps here is already described in an earlier post: GlusterFS On Kubernetes ARM that I wrote a couple of month back. You can also find the earlier posts in this series here: Part 1 and Part 1 (revisited) and Part 2.