RKE is a CNCF-certified Kubernetes distribution that runs entirely within Docker containers. It could be configured and provisioned from simple configuration. Plus the easy-to-use Rancher Server as a Web UI running on the cluster, we can have a truly self-hosted Kubernetes cluster.
Linux containers, or LXC, is a lightweigt yet powerful container solution. It can run applications or distros but share the same kernel and hardware resources and persistently. This is not a cutting-edge technology and is fully supported in Fedora.
Previous StatusContinue on previous post https://blog.sakuragawa.moe/simple-homebrew-kubernetes-deployment/ And post https://blog.sakuragawa.moe/deploy-ceph-storage-and-csi-for-pods-consume-in-kubernetes-home-lab/ The Kubernetes cluster bootstrapping is complete and the Flannel network takes the charge
This error occurs because of BGSAVE being failed. A lot of the times BGSAVE fails because the fork can't allocate memory. Many times the fork fails to allocate memory (although the machine has enough RAM available) because of a conflicting optimization by the OS.
Previous StatusContinue on previous post https://blog.sakuragawa.moe/simple-homebrew-kubernetes-deployment/ And this should be suitable for any working Kubernetes cluster with some storage node. The Kubernetes cluster bootstrapping is complete