The source code and default configuration of the Building Block is available in our GitLab.
The Local-Path-Provisioner supports an easy way to handle persistent volumes on your kubernetes nodes.
A recommended resource overview is listed in the table below.
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No further activities need to be carried out in advance.
Add the directory
syseleven-local-path-provisioner to your control repository. Add a
.gitlab-ci.yml to the directory with the following content:
include: - project: syseleven/building-blocks/helmfiles/local-path-provisioner file: JobDevelopment.yaml ref: 1.25.0 - project: syseleven/building-blocks/helmfiles/local-path-provisioner file: JobStaging.yaml ref: 1.25.0 - project: syseleven/building-blocks/helmfiles/local-path-provisioner file: JobProduction.yaml ref: 1.25.0
Remove environments you are not using by removing their include.
No confguration is required.
This example assumes that you have another node deployment without taints, and you want to deploy pxc-operator. If you haven't, please ensure that the PCX operator, and the local-path provisioner have matching taints as well.
Local Path Provisioner will create storageClass
local-path that can be used for creating PVCs. See Usage for examples.
no need for scaling setup necessary nor make any sense.
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