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Kubernetes (commonly referred to as "K8s") is an open source system for automating deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications originally designed by Google and donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. It aims to provide a "platform for automating deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts". It supports a range of container tools, including Docker.

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wzshiming commented Apr 12, 2021
grep -nr '/enhancements/keps/' * | grep -v '^vendor' | grep -v '/' | grep -v '.json' | grep -v '.pb.go' | grep -v '.proto' | grep -v 'generated'
loic-rgt commented Apr 1, 2021

Hi, I am using minikube v1.18.1 on Hyper-V (Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise)
I recently tried to uninstall minikube and reinstall it.

Steps to reproduce the issue:

  1. I remove the .minikube directory manually (I know I shouldn’t have), only one file remain : a snapshot file .vmcx, probably the configuration file of my previous VM.
  2. I added a new Hyper-V switch under the "virtual
stevebail commented Jul 10, 2019

Helm documentation states the following:
-1) (k8s) is restricted to a maximum length of 63 characters because of limitations to the DNS system
-2) For that reasons, release names are (DNS labels that are) limited to 53 characters

Statement 1) is not correct.
k8s does not impose a max length of 63 characters on resource names.
The actual max length for a resource name is 253 c

rifelpet commented May 18, 2020

One of the AWS China regions now supports Route53:

If someone with an AWS China account can try creating a cluster using Route53 rather than gossip k8s.local and update docs/ with their findings that would be much appreciated. Also identify any changes needed to be made in Kops t


SeaweedFS is a distributed storage system for blobs, objects, files, and data warehouse, to store and serve billions of files fast! Blob store has O(1) disk seek, local tiering, cloud tiering. Filer supports cross-cluster active-active replication, Kubernetes, POSIX, S3 API, encryption, Erasure Coding for warm storage, FUSE mount, Hadoop, WebDAV.

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jfg956 commented Dec 21, 2020

When I run "vtctlclient help ApplyRoutingRules", I get informations on how to use this option. But when I run "vtctlclient help GetRoutingRules", I do not get such informations, and it looks like the routing rules are displayed. Output below.

[email protected]:~/my-vitess-example$ vtctlclient help GetRoutingRules

[email protected]:~/my-vitess-example$ vtctlclient hel
pusherman commented Jun 17, 2020 defines

type AuthAccessCallback = (error: string | null, access: boolean) => void;

interface IPluginAuth<T> extends IPlugin<T> {
  authenticate(user: string, password: string, cb: AuthCallback): void;
  adduser?(user: string, password: string, cb: AuthCallback): void;
  changePassword?(user: string, password: stri
briandealwis commented Apr 12, 2021

The container-debug-support images uses skaffold build to build and test images. These builds don't have a cluster available and so a plain skaffold build causes Skaffold to attempt to build and push images, which fails. So we explicitly configure build.local.push: false so that the images are only built to the local Docker daemon.

Marty commented Apr 8, 2021


  • Jib version: 2.8.0
  • Build tool: Maven 3.6.1
  • OS: Windows 10

Description of the issue:
Setting environment entries to an empty string results in the following message:

Execution default-cli of goal failed: environment map contains null values 

Expected behavior:
The ENV variable

sermilrod commented May 19, 2017


I see that there is nothing in the kargo repo related to docker login stuff and more precisely nothing about the ability to make kubernetes pull images from private registries such as ECR.

I have a solution for this that currently works for ECR and CoreOS and that could be extended to different registries solutions (azure one, custom private registry on premi

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