Kubernetes

How to fix in Kubernetes – Deleting a PVC stuck in status “Terminating”

The Issue Whilst working on a Kubernetes demo for a customer, I was cleaning up my environment and deleting persistent volume claims (PVC) that were no longer need. I noticed that one PVC was stuck in “terminating” status for quite a while. Note: I am using the OC commands in place of kubectl due to … Continue reading How to fix in Kubernetes – Deleting a PVC stuck in status “Terminating”

Kubernetes

Kubernetes command line: tips and tricks

In this blog post, I have collected together a number of tips, tricks and snippets I’ve learned along the away whilst learning Kubernetes. – Configure tab completion – Selecting all namespaces in commands – Restarting nodes – Setting default storage class – Resource usage – Delete pods that are stuck terminating – Using the watch … Continue reading Kubernetes command line: tips and tricks

Kubernetes

Kubernetes basics – kubeadm token create –print-join-command

Recently I’ve been using the fantastic resources to start learning Kubernetes (it’s the next big thing don’t you know). The course I’ve been following; Kubernetes Essentials by Will Boyd When running the command below, I lost connectivity to my master, which means I missed the print out of my join command to run on my … Continue reading Kubernetes basics – kubeadm token create –print-join-command

OpenShift

Using the vSphere CSI Driver with OpenShift 4.x and VSAN File Services

You may have seen my blog post “How to Install and configure vSphere CSI Driver on OpenShift 4.x“. Here I updated the vSphere CSI driver to work the additional security constraints that are baked into OpenShift 4.x. Since then, once of the things that has been on my list to test is file volumes backed … Continue reading Using the vSphere CSI Driver with OpenShift 4.x and VSAN File Services