• Really useful tutorial, thanks! A couple of things I ran into: I needed to make the hostname of the master resolve to 127.0.0.1 locally, I just dropped it into my /etc/hosts on the localhost line, before doing that, when starting the apiserver I would get reflector.go:133] Failed to list *api.LimitRange: Get http://127.0.0.1:8080/api/ and it would fail to start.

    Another minor point, on the yum installs, the package for flanneld is called 'flannel' as opposed to 'flannel' not sure if that's changed in the repos or if it was always this way!

    I also needed to change the etcd conf to listen on an externally available address for the minions to connect to it, defaults to 127.0.0.1.

  • @rikkuness - I appreciate your input. The iterations of Kubernetes have been so rapid that what worked one week might not work the next. Default configuration files and package names have changed several time throughout the release cycle. With the release of 1.0, hopefully, these type of changes will reduce and the structure will remain more consistent.

    The last time I deployed Kubernetes, I also ran into some of the issues you describe. I'll see if I can allocate some time to refresh the tutorial with the latest 1.x version of Kubernetes. Your input should make that easier - thanks!

  • You can follow up the repository made by one of our developer with an additional thing of Horizontal Pod autoscaling of stateless application. https://github.com/vevsatechnologies/Install-Kubernetes-on-CentOs

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