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Kubernetes The Fun Way

This tutorial was greatly inspired by Kubernetes The Hard Way in order to bootstrap Kubernetes (K3s) on a Pine64 Clusterboard.

The purpose is to build a full-featured home cluster with relatively affordable hardware.

Cluster

Please note, that just because I managed to get it working in a somewhat stable manner, it is not production ready by far! (Running ceph on USB flash drives is not a smart idea)

Target Audience

The target audience for this tutorial is someone who has completed Kubernetes The Hard Way and would like to understand the challenges of running Kubernetes on bare-metal hardware. General knowledge regarding Arm64 will prove to be extremely useful.

Cluster Details

Hardware

Steps

This tutorial is intended for Arm64 compatible Single Board Computers, any combination of them should work, but it will require you to build a custom Kernel image.

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