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kubeadm 1.6.0 (only 1.6.0!!) is broken due to unconfigured CNI making kubelet NotReady #43815

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jbeda opened this issue Mar 29, 2017 · 211 comments
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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

Initial report in kubernetes/kubeadm#212.

I suspect that this was introduced in #43474.

What is going on (all on single master):

  1. kubeadm starts configures a kubelet and uses static pods to configure a control plane
  2. kubeadm creates node object and waits for kubelet to join and be ready
  3. kubelet is never ready and so kubeadm waits forever

In the conditions list for the node:

  Ready 		False 	Wed, 29 Mar 2017 15:54:04 +0000 	Wed, 29 Mar 2017 15:32:33 +0000 	KubeletNotReady 		runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

Previous behavior was for the kubelet to join the cluster even with unconfigured CNI. The user will then typically run a DaemonSet with host networking to bootstrap CNI on all nodes. The fact that the node never joins means that, fundamentally, DaemonSets cannot be used to bootstrap CNI.

Edit by @mikedanese: please test patched debian amd64 kubeadm #43815 (comment) with fix

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

If we revert #43474 completely, we are in a situation again where we break 0.2.0 CNI plugins (see #43014)

Should we consider doing something like #43284?

Also /cc @thockin

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

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@yujuhong yujuhong commented Mar 29, 2017

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@dcbw dcbw commented Mar 29, 2017

@jbeda can I get some kubelet logs with --loglevel=5?

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

@yujuhong -- you mention that you think that this is working as intended. Regardless, kubeadm was depending on this behavior. We introduced a breaking change with #43474. We can talk about the right way to fix this for 1.7 but, for now, we need to get kubeadm working again.

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

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@jbeda jbeda commented Mar 29, 2017

It looks like DaemonSets will still get scheduled even if the node is not ready. This is really, in this case, kubeadm being a little too paranoid.

The current plan that we are going to test out is to have kubeadm no longer wait for the master node to be ready but instead just have it be registered. This should be good enough to let a CNI DaemonSet be scheduled to set up CNI.

@kensimon is testing this out.

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@dcbw dcbw commented Mar 29, 2017

@jbeda yeah, looks like the DaemonSet controller will still enqueue them mainly because it's completely ignorant of network-iness. We should really fix this more generally. Is there anything immediate to do in kube or is it all in kubeadm for now?

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@luhkevin luhkevin commented Mar 29, 2017

I'm trying to install kubernetes with kubeadm on Ubuntu 16.04. Is there a quick fix for this?

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@stevenbower stevenbower commented Mar 29, 2017

@jbeda if you have a patched version happy to test it..

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@kensimon kensimon commented Mar 29, 2017

I have kubeadm getting past the node's NotReady status, but the dummy deployment it creates isn't working due to the node.alpha.kubernetes.io/notReady taint preventing it from running. Adding tolerations doesn't seem to help, I'm not exactly sure how to proceed at this point. Can anybody shed some light on how to deploy a pod that tolerates the notReady taint?

I'm exploring some other options like not marking the node as notReady, but it's not clear that's what we want to do.

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@sbezverk sbezverk commented Mar 29, 2017

we worked around it by removing KUBELET_NETWORK_ARGS from kubelet command line. after that kubeadm init worked fine and we were able to install canal cni plugin.

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@overip overip commented Mar 29, 2017

@sbezverk would you please describe how to do that?

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@coeki coeki commented Mar 29, 2017

Can confirm @sbezverk (good find :) ) findings, adjusting /etc/systemd/system/10-kubeadm.conf and removing KUBELET_NETWORK_ARGS will make it run on centos. Tested with weave.

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@sbezverk sbezverk commented Mar 29, 2017

@overip you need to edit /etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service.d/10-kubeadm.conf

ExecStart=/usr/bin/kubelet $KUBELET_KUBECONFIG_ARGS $KUBELET_SYSTEM_PODS_ARGS $KUBELET_NETWORK_ARGS $KUBELET_DNS_ARGS $KUBELET_AUTHZ_ARGS $KUBELET_EXTRA_ARGS

remove $KUBELET_NETWORK_ARGS

and then restart kubelet after that kubeadm init should work.

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@jp557198 jp557198 commented Mar 29, 2017

this is what i did

kubeadm reset

remove ENV entries from:

/etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service.d/10-kubeadm.conf

reload systemd and kube services

systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl restart kubelet.service

re-run init

kubeadm init

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@coeki coeki commented Mar 29, 2017

All correct, and while we're at it

If you see this:
kubelet: error: failed to run Kubelet: failed to create kubelet: misconfiguration: kubelet cgroup driver: "cgroupfs" is different from docker cgroup driver: "systemd"

you have to edit your /etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service.d/10-kubeadm.conf and add the flag --cgroup-driver="systemd"

and do as above

kuebadm reset
systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl restart kubelet.service
kubeadm init.

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@davidopp davidopp commented May 20, 2017

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@thiagodasilva thiagodasilva commented May 22, 2017

@ReSearchITEng sorry I forgot to report back, but I eventually got it to work, my vagrant+ansible files are here: https://github.com/thiagodasilva/kubernetes-swift

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@frankruizhi frankruizhi commented Jun 6, 2017

I also got the same issue,but I just copy the cni config on the master node to the corresponding location of the worker node,then it became OK.

systemctl status kubelet.service -l

● kubelet.service - kubelet: The Kubernetes Node Agent
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service; enabled; vendor preset: disabled)
Drop-In: /etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service.d
└─10-kubeadm.conf
Active: active (running) since Tue 2017-06-06 10:42:00 CST; 18min ago
Docs: http://kubernetes.io/docs/
Main PID: 4414 (kubelet)
Memory: 43.0M
CGroup: /system.slice/kubelet.service
├─4414 /usr/bin/kubelet --kubeconfig=/etc/kubernetes/kubelet.conf --require-kubeconfig=true --pod-manifest-path=/etc/kubernetes/manifests --network-plugin=cni --cni-conf-dir=/etc/cni/net.d --cni-bin-dir=/opt/cni/bin --cluster-dns=10.96.0.10 --cluster-domain=cluster.local --authorizatio-ca-file=/etc/kubernetes/pki/ca.crt --cgroup-driver=cgroupfs
└─4493 journalctl -k -f

Jun 06 10:59:46 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: W0606 10:59:46.215827 4414 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 06 10:59:46 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: E0606 10:59:46.215972 4414 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false ready message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized
Jun 06 10:59:51 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: W0606 10:59:51.216843 4414 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 06 10:59:51 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: E0606 10:59:51.216942 4414 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false ready message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized
Jun 06 10:59:56 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: W0606 10:59:56.217923 4414 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 06 10:59:56 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: E0606 10:59:56.218113 4414 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false ready message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized
Jun 06 11:00:01 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: W0606 11:00:01.219251 4414 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 06 11:00:01 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: E0606 11:00:01.219382 4414 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false ready message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized
Jun 06 11:00:06 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: W0606 11:00:06.220396 4414 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 06 11:00:06 contiv1.com kubelet[4414]: E0606 11:00:06.220575 4414 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false ready message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

The status of all nodes:
[root@swarm net.d]# kubectl get node
NAME STATUS AGE VERSION
contiv1.com Ready 1h v1.6.4
contiv2.com Ready 1h v1.6.4
swarm.com Ready 1h v1.6.4

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@vaibhavjain882 vaibhavjain882 commented Jun 8, 2017

Any resolution on this ? I was not able to do this even after trying all the mentioned resolutions.

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@tirithen tirithen commented Jun 12, 2017

Being new to setting up Kubernetes I get superconfused. I tried following https://medium.com/@SystemMining/setup-kubenetes-cluster-on-ubuntu-16-04-with-kubeadm-336f4061d929 that use weave-kube for network but I'm also stuck with the same issue. Any way to solve this?
Ready False Mon, 12 Jun 2017 16:55:16 +0200 Mon, 12 Jun 2017 12:22:45 +0200 KubeletNotReady runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

@luxas luxas changed the title kubeadm 1.6 is broken due to unconfigured CNI making kubelet NotReady kubeadm 1.6.0 (only 1.6.0!!) is broken due to unconfigured CNI making kubelet NotReady Jun 12, 2017
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@drajen drajen commented Jun 13, 2017

Why is this still an issue? Ubuntu 16.04/CentOS 7.3 with latest updates using the official k8s repos with 1.6.4 and following the steps outlined here: https://kubernetes.io/docs/setup/independent/install-kubeadm/
Jun 13 09:57:21 tme-lnx1-centos kubelet: W0613 09:57:21.871413 10321 cni.go:157] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d
Jun 13 09:57:21 tme-lnx1-centos kubelet: E0613 09:57:21.871788 10321 kubelet.go:2067] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

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@luxas luxas commented Jun 13, 2017

@drajen No, this affected only v1.6.0. It's expected that kubelet doesn't find a network since you haven't installed any. For example, just run

kubectl apply -f https://git.io/weave-kube-1.6

to install Weave Net and those problems will go away. You can choose to install Flannel, Calico, Canal or whatever CNI network if you'd like

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@drajen drajen commented Jun 13, 2017

@luxas I keep seeing references to this but how am I suppose to apply something to a cluster that is not running? I have nothing to connect to.

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@zatricky zatricky commented Jun 13, 2017

@drajen I think @luxas' point is that this is the wrong place to be asking about setup.
The various setup guides will get you past this point - the typical missing step in older guides, which luxas helpfully mentions, in that you need to apply a network configuration before everything will start working properly.

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@luxas luxas commented Jun 13, 2017

Yeah, it is might be non-obvious and we're sorry for that, but we can't have one single providers name there either.

Chatted with @drajen on Slack and the issue was cgroup related, the kubelet was unhealthy and wasn't able to create any Pods, hence the issue.

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@drajen drajen commented Jun 13, 2017

Thanks to @luxas for wrestling my particular problem to the ground: kubernetes/kubeadm#302

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@kris-nova kris-nova commented Jul 3, 2017

Still hitting this in arch on 1.7, is there a quick fix anywhere?


Edit:

kubectl apply -f https://git.io/weave-kube-1.6

did the trick, looks like we just needed CNI running

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@ReSearchITEng ReSearchITEng commented Jul 3, 2017

At least for CentOS/RHEL, make sure you update /etc/systemd/system/kubelet.service.d/10-kubeadm.conf and add the flag --cgroup-driver="systemd"

If you reinstall again on the same machine, this is a full proper reset:
https://github.com/ReSearchITEng/kubeadm-playbook/blob/master/reset.yml
(this is required especially if you use flanneld)
If you want to do all in one, you may want to use the entire project: https://github.com/ReSearchITEng/kubeadm-playbook/

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@billmilligan billmilligan commented Jul 24, 2017

I hit this issue, and absolutely nothing I read above worked. So I tried again with a much more controlled setup, switching from Ubuntu to the latest CoreOS, going to an earlier version of k8s to start with, and in general being very anal about every last thing installed into each VM. I am NOT using kubeadm, but instead a combination of vagrant and ansible.

(why? because I had no idea what was going on in kubeadm and figured this way at least I'd have control and be able to bypass any overzealous preflight checks, not to mention feeling like I had more automation control in general, and also not having to worry about the warning to do-not-apply-alpha-software-in-production.)

When I tried this setup with an older (1.4.3) edition of k8s, this approach was golden. I then tried upgrading to 1.71. Once again, I am STILL hitting this same issue in spite of using no kubeadm at all.

I have confirmed that I am running calico in each of my nodes, including the Master and the three potential Workers. ALL of my nodes are reporting as NotReady, so I'm not really sure how I could apply weave (or anything else) to get it running.

This whole thing just seems chicken/egg ... can't allocate a pod because networking is failing, but need networking running to create a network at /etc/cni/net.d in order to be able to allocate pods. And again, all this was working a few hours ago with k8s 1.4.3. I'm very frustrated!

I'd appreciate any insights anybody could give.


Footnotes:

On master: journalctl -r -u kubelet gives me

Jul 24 00:48:16 rogue-kube-master-01 kubelet-wrapper[7647]: E0724 00:48:16.592274 7647 kubelet.go:2136] Container runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is no
Jul 24 00:48:16 rogue-kube-master-01 kubelet-wrapper[7647]: W0724 00:48:16.590588 7647 cni.go:189] Unable to update cni config: No networks found in /etc/cni/net.d

docker ps | grep calico

(truncated for readability)
cde... quay.io/calico/leader-elector@sha256:... "/run.sh --election=c" 8 hours ago Up 8 hours
f72... calico/kube-policy-controller@sha256:... "/dist/controller" 8 hours ago Up 8 hours
c47... gcr.io/google_containers/pause-amd64:3.0 "/pause" 8 hours ago Up 8 hours

There is no /etc/cni/net.d

From my kubectl box:
kubectl get nodes
10.0.0.111 NotReady,SchedulingDisabled 8h v1.7.1+coreos.0
10.0.0.121 NotReady 8h v1.7.1+coreos.0
10.0.0.122 NotReady 8h v1.7.1+coreos.0
10.0.0.123 NotReady 8h v1.7.1+coreos.0


kubectl apply -f https://git.io/weave-kube-1.6

DID NOT fix anything and in fact only seems to create more problems.

bill@rogue:~/vagrant_rogue/rogue-cluster$ kubectl apply -f https://git.io/weave-kube-1.6
serviceaccount "weave-net" created
clusterrolebinding "weave-net" created
daemonset "weave-net" created
Error from server (Forbidden): clusterroles.rbac.authorization.k8s.io "weave-net" is forbidden: attempt to grant extra privileges: [PolicyRule{Resources:["pods"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["get"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["pods"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["list"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["pods"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["watch"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["namespaces"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["get"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["namespaces"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["list"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["namespaces"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["watch"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["nodes"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["get"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["nodes"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["list"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["nodes"], APIGroups:[""], Verbs:["watch"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["networkpolicies"], APIGroups:["extensions"], Verbs:["get"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["networkpolicies"], APIGroups:["extensions"], Verbs:["list"]} PolicyRule{Resources:["networkpolicies"], APIGroups:["extensions"], Verbs:["watch"]}] user=&{kube-admin [system:authenticated] map[]} ownerrules=[] ruleResolutionErrors=[]

bill@rogue:~/vagrant_rogue/rogue-cluster$ kubectl get pods --namespace=kube-system
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE
kube-apiserver-10.0.0.111 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-controller-manager-10.0.0.111 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-dns-v20-fcl01 0/3 Pending 0 8h
kube-proxy-10.0.0.111 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-proxy-10.0.0.121 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-proxy-10.0.0.122 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-proxy-10.0.0.123 1/1 Running 1 8h
kube-scheduler-10.0.0.111 1/1 Running 1 8h
kubernetes-dashboard-v1.4.1-29zzk 0/1 Pending 0 8h
weave-net-2lplj 1/2 CrashLoopBackOff 3 3m
weave-net-2nbgd 1/2 CrashLoopBackOff 3 3m
weave-net-fdr1v 2/2 Running 0 3m
weave-net-jzv50 1/2 CrashLoopBackOff 3 3m

Deeper investigation of the weave errors indicate that they either (a) cannot connect to the apiserver, or else (b) in the case of the one marked "Running" it's complaining that it cannot connect to itself.

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@Paxa Paxa commented Jul 24, 2017

@billmilligan Having similar issues, dns stop working few minutes after container started

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@luxas luxas commented Jul 24, 2017

@Paxa @billmilligan If you want to get help, don't comment on this issue. Instead, open new ones in the kubeadm repo with sufficient details requested.

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@billmilligan billmilligan commented Jul 24, 2017

@luxas Respectfully, I have to question whether this is a new issue. Since I am getting the exact same result setting up k8s without kubeadm as everyone else is getting with kubeadm, this seems to eliminate kubeadm as the source of the problem. Perhaps this issue ought to be renamed accordingly?

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@kfox1111 kfox1111 commented Jul 24, 2017

@billmilligan respectfully, since the issue is about kubeadm, and your able to reproduce it without kubeadm, then it is the wrong place to file it? I think this thread solved the kubeadm issue. This is a new issue. I think it will get more attention as a new issue. As people on this thread think its already solved and are ignoring it.

I use kubeadm and was effected by this issue, and it has been solved since 1.6.1. I've deployed losts of k8s's since, so I really do think you have a separate issue.

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@billmilligan billmilligan commented Jul 24, 2017

@kfox1111 Thanks for the feedback. I'll file a new issue, but the number of people who still seem to be facing it elsewhere in 1.7.x still makes me wonder.

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@luxas luxas commented Jul 24, 2017

TL;DR;

The error message

runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

is NOT necessarily bad.

That error message tells you that you have to plugin in a third party CNI spec implementation provider.

What is CNI and how does integrate with Kubernetes?

CNI stands for Container Network Interface and defines a specification that kubelet uses for creating a network for the cluster. See this page for more information how Kubernetes uses the CNI spec to create a network for the cluster.

Kubernetes doesn't care how the network is created as long as it satisfies the CNI spec.

kubelet is in charge of connecting new Pods to the network (can be an overlay network for instance).
kubelet reads a configuration directory (often /etc/cni/net.d) for CNI networks to use.
When a new Pod is created, the kubelet reads files in the configuration directory, exec's out to the CNI binary specified in the config file (the binary is often in /opt/cni/bin). The binary that will be executed belongs to and is installed by a third-party (like Weave, Flannel, Calico, etc.).

kubeadm is a generic tool to spin up Kubernetes clusters and does not know what networking solution you want and doesn't favor anyone specific. After kubeadm init is run, there is no such CNI binary nor configuration. This means the kubeadm init IS NOT ENOUGH to get a fully working cluster up and running.

This means, that after kubeadm init, the kubelet logs will say

runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

this is very much expected. If this wasn't the case, we would have favored a specific network provider.

So how do I "fix" this error?
The next step in the kubeadm getting started guide is "Installing a Pod network".
This means, kubectl apply a manifest from your preferred CNI network provider.

The DaemonSet will copy out the CNI binaries needed to /opt/cni/bin and the needed configuration to /etc/cni/net.d/. Also it will run the actual daemon that sets up the network between the Nodes (by writing iptables rules for instance).

After the CNI provider is installed, the kubelet will notice that "oh I have some information how to set up the network", and will use the 3rd-party configuration and binaries.

And when the network is set up by the 3rd-party provider (by kubelet invoking it), the Node will mark itself Ready.

How is this issue related to kubeadm?

Late in the v1.6 cycle, a PR was merged that changed the way kubelet reported the Ready/NotReady status. In earlier releases, kubelet had always reported Ready status, regardless of whether the CNI network was set up or not. This was actually kind of wrong, and changed to respect the CNI network status. That is, NotReady when CNI was uninitialized and Ready when initialized.

kubeadm in v1.6.0 waited wrongly for the master node to be in the Ready state before proceeding with the rest of the kubeadm init tasks. When the kubelet behavior changed to report NotReady when CNI was uninitialized, kubeadm would wait forever for the Node to get Ready.

THAT WAIT MISCONCEPTION ON THE KUBEADM SIDE IS WHAT THIS ISSUE IS ABOUT

However, we quickly fixed the regression in v1.6.1 and released it some days after v1.6.0.

Please read the retrospective for more information about this, and why v1.6.0 could be released with this flaw.

So, what do you do if you think you see this issue in kubeadm v1.6.1+?

Well, I really think you don't. This issue is about when kubeadm init is deadlocking.
No users or maintainers have seen that in v1.6.1+.

What you WILL see though is

runtime network not ready: NetworkReady=false reason:NetworkPluginNotReady message:docker: network plugin is not ready: cni config uninitialized

after every kubeadm init in all versions above v1.6, but that IS NOT BAD

Anyway, please open a new issue if you see something unexpected with kubeadm

Please do not comment more on this issue. Instead open a new one.

@billmilligan So you only have to kubectl apply a CNI provider's manifest to get your cluster up and running I think

I'm pretty much summarizing what has been said above, but hopefully in a more clear and detailed way.
If you have questions about how CNI work, please refer to the normal support channels like StackOverflow, an issue or Slack.

(Lastly, sorry for that much bold text, but I felt like it was needed to get people's attention.)

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