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Allow certificates to be optionally embedded in .kube/config #3065

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@jstangroome jstangroome commented Aug 10, 2018

Opt-in with minikube config set embed-certs true. Similar to the
behaviour of kubectl config set-credentials --embed-certs.

Enables Minikube on Windows to produce a .kube/config file that
can be shared directly with kubectl inside the Windows Subsystem
for Linux (WSL) without needing to perform additional translation
of the certificate paths within the configuration file.

Fixes #3064

Opt-in with `minikube config set embed-certs true`. Similar to the
behaviour of `kubectl config set-credentials --embed-certs`.

Enables Minikube on Windows to produce a .kube/config file that
can be shared directly with kubectl inside the Windows Subsystem
for Linux (WSL) without needing to perform additional translation
of the certificate paths within the configuration file.
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jstangroome commented Aug 10, 2018

While I'd love to see embedded certificates in the .kube/config file become the default behaviour, starting with an opt-in-only approach seems least disruptive.

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jstangroome commented Aug 10, 2018

/assign @dlorenc

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dlorenc commented Aug 14, 2018

@minikube-bot OK to test

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alexellis commented Sep 2, 2018

I could really use this.. @neolit123 any thoughts? How come this patch got "stuck"?

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alexellis commented Sep 2, 2018

@jstangroome with your changes at present, does this make .kube/config portable i.e. without a .minkube directory and separate files?

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jstangroome commented Sep 2, 2018

@alexellis AFAIK, for running kubectl commands, my change means you only need the .kube/config file and you won't need the .minikube directory.

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alexellis commented Sep 3, 2018

That'd be perfect for my use-case. What is blocking this PR?

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neolit123 commented Sep 3, 2018

What is blocking this PR?

maybe the minikube maintainers can answer that.

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@dlorenc dlorenc merged commit 9b21d3c into kubernetes:master Sep 3, 2018
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