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Using Kubernetes for Local Development #15

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gergelyke opened this Issue Mar 18, 2018 · 8 comments

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gergelyke commented Mar 18, 2018

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james-gardner commented Mar 23, 2018

Why do you use extensions/v1beta1 ?

Thanks for posting this by the way. It's really helped me find my way around kubernetes so far.

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fadliawan commented May 19, 2018

Thank you for the post!

I got the following error when running skaffold dev.

Error: reading configuration: parsing skaffold config: Unable to parse config

Looks like the schema for Skaffold config has changed. Refer to:

https://github.com/GoogleContainerTools/skaffold/blob/master/examples/annotated-skaffold.yaml
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gergelyke commented May 19, 2018

@james-gardner sorry for the delay in the response!

it was just that I was using an older Kubernetes version - you can simple use the v1/apps instead of that

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gergelyke commented May 19, 2018

@fadliawan ahh yeah, I'll have to update the post - thanks for the reminder!

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gergelyke commented Jul 4, 2018

@fadliawan just got to it - sorry for the delay

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FX-HAO commented Aug 16, 2018

I just waited a while, it worked.

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mfornasa commented Oct 23, 2018

Skaffold recently added an hybrid approach allowing to defines two sets of files:

  • On the first set, you do the full build+deploy
  • On the other set (for example, *.js or *.py files) you do a file sync

This helps a lot with speed on changes that does not require a full container rebuild.
More details here.

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gergelyke commented Oct 28, 2018

Oh cool, thanks @mfornasa !

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