Intro In the last installment we created an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS image to use to clone VMs from for spinning up our K8s nodes, we then cloned four VMs out, one as the master and three to be used as workers. This time we are going to step through installing all the necessary K8s components […]
Creating an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS cloud image for deployment on VMware Intro I have been experimenting a lot over the past 18 months with containers and in particular, Kubernetes, and one of the core things I always seemed to get hung up on was part-zero – creating the VMs to actually run K8s. I wanted […]
I had a bit of a storage outage in my lab due to a funky behaviour on the Synology that I use as primary storage for all my VMs: Today I Learned: Adding IP address to interfaces on Synology causes reboots :/ Lab now in not such great shape. 80 VMs with APD. #vExpert — […]
This article was written a few years back, but never published – it was some work I was doing in my lab to try and get to grips around the work involved in creating a SAN with synchronous replication built in from scratch. It in no way should be used for production, but rather as […]
Very handy little snippet I discovered today, mostly here for my own reference in future. It’s handy to be able to re-play/re-submit commands that you’ve typed into the CLI before on your Linux box, to do this you can use the history command. Why not follow @mylesagray on Twitter for more like this!
It has, over the years always been quite a quandary to get SSO auth working from *nix->MS AD without a huge amount of fiddling and tinkering, but there is a new auth framework in town by the name of realmd. While tinkering with The Foreman recently it had dawned on me it would be cool […]
Fairly straight forward this time, you’ve configured your MTU/jumbo frames to be 9000 on your client and destination devices (say a laptop/desktop/server/san/nas) and on ALL your switching devices in between – you’ve done that right? ;) Why not follow @mylesagray on Twitter for more like this!