March 13, 2019
I’m working on deploying an Aggregate 2.0 instance to Kubernetes in the cleanest possible way, and documenting my progress in these lab notes.
Now it’s time to test ODK in Kubernetes!
I already had Minikube installed, so I simply ran:
I’m studying for my CKAD, so luckily I already had the k8s DSL fresh in my head, and writing up a simple
k8s.yml was easy. I chose to embed all my objects into one file - I’m not sure if this is good or bad practice, but it’s sure a lot easier to manage.
My first goal is to ensure the config changes I recently made are working, so I run:
kubectl apply -f docker/k8s.yml kubectl describe pods
And I get:
This is because
minikube has its own Docker daemon. I need to run:
eval $(minikube docker-env)
To point my local Docker daemon at Minikube and rebuild.
Now when I do:
kubectl apply -f docker/k8s.yml kubectl describe pods kubectl logs -l app=odkaggregate
Which is exactly what I want! The config tweaks are working!