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Can't install rio 0.6 on k8s 1.16.2 - 100% CPU load #605

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Vad1mo opened this issue Oct 25, 2019 · 4 comments
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Can't install rio 0.6 on k8s 1.16.2 - 100% CPU load #605

Vad1mo opened this issue Oct 25, 2019 · 4 comments
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@Vad1mo Vad1mo commented Oct 25, 2019

I tried to install rio 0.6 alpah on k8s 1.16.2

It`s a fresh vanilla k8s.

On my Mac the command rio install --http-port 80 --https-port 443 hangs.
The CPU load rises to 100% but no resources are created on k8s, not even the namespace is created after minutes.

rio version v0.6.0-alpha.1 (7678d67d)

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@Vad1mo Vad1mo commented Oct 25, 2019

I just tried the command rio install without the ports and it seems to work, at least something gets installed.

~ rio install        
Deploying Rio control plane....
\ Warning: ClusterDomain is not accessible. Error: Get http://bbk62b.on-rio.io:80: dial tcp: lookup bbk62b.on-rio.io on 192.168.0.1:53: no such host
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@izaac izaac commented Oct 25, 2019

this is related to or might be a dupe of: #599

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@StrongMonkey StrongMonkey commented Oct 30, 2019

Available to test in v0.6.0-alpha2.

@StrongMonkey StrongMonkey assigned rancher-max and unassigned izaac, cbron and daxmc99 Oct 30, 2019
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@rancher-max rancher-max commented Oct 31, 2019

This should work now in v0.6.0-alpha.2. By default it does --http-port 80 and --https-port 443, so you should just be able to run rio install in your cluster using the latest alpha version of rio.

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