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Changing the network interface setup after install is not possible and not unsupported at this time.
 
Changing the network interface setup after install is not possible and not unsupported at this time.
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Using network interfaces with a name other than eth0 is not supported in the unpatched v2 version - but with latest patches it is.
  
 
== FQDN of Kubernetes API ==
 
== FQDN of Kubernetes API ==

Revision as of 07:59, 6 March 2018


Quick Links

Installation from DVD

Installation via Autoyast

Installation via cloud-init

See also the openSUSE Kubic cloud-init page.


Installation FAQ

Network Interface Configuration / Bonding

Changing the network interface setup after install is not possible and not unsupported at this time. Using network interfaces with a name other than eth0 is not supported in the unpatched v2 version - but with latest patches it is.

FQDN of Kubernetes API

How to connect a loadbalancer to the API?

During installation, you are asked for the FQDN of the Kubernetes API. If you have an external load balancer, configure it for the name, and route ports 6443 and 32000 to all your master nodes.

How to distribute load to the Kubernetes API without a loadbalancer?

Without a load balancer, you can create a DNS round robin record for the FQDN which points at all of the Kubernetes Masters simultaneously. However, this will not provide High Availability, or evenness of request distribution as a real load balancer.