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Persistent volume claim permissions

Persistent volume claim permissions


Persistent Volume Claim

Once a user finishes its work, the attached Persistent Volumes can be released. The underlying Persistent Volumes can then be reclaimed and recycled for ...

In this blog, I will show you how to: Create hostPath and NFS persistent volume.

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In this example, our persistent volume claim (newvolume) binds to the persistent volume (nfsstorage). newvolume is now available to be used by an ...

Rancher 2.0 NFS Volume attach to Docker container


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The first offering is the vSphere Docker Volume Service. With this offering, you can create highly available Docker Volumes by using either vSAN, ...

In this example 2Gi of storage is required. Only one of our available persistent volumes (nfsstorage) had the capacity to meet this requirement.

and that the Rook Persistent Volume Claims are present and looking healthy too:

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Rancher 2.0 NFS Share as persistent volume

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When the Pod is deleted, the Kubernetes volume is unmounted and the data in VMDK files persists, as shown in Figure 2.

Checking the Dashboard I can see a Rook namespace with a number of Rook pods all looking green, and Persistent Volume Claims in the default namespace too:

Rancher 2.0 NFS Persistent Storage

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NFS Share in Rancher 2.0

The VMDK files are named after the persistent volumes created as above. More details in the Figure 4 below.

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As a result, the third replica of the volume cannot be written to a valid healthy host and therefore, will return with " insufficient block hosts online ."

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Additionally, containers do not meet the requirements for effortlessly running data intensive applications and persisting state. Containers lack security ...

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Example of yaml file for persistent volume claims:

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You should now have full access in the dashboard, no more permissions errors, and be able to see the stats provided by Heapster too.

... Persistent Volume Claim resources which are used by applications for storing data whereas config view is used to shows all the Kubernetes resources that ...

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and that the Rook Persistent Volume Claims are present and looking healthy too:

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My TODO list to finish off this part of the project properly includes:

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This image shows the export options configuration for file system B.

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Presenting the next hurdle… how to log in to your nice new Dashboard and see all the shiny new info and metrics!

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PHD4 is an example name of customized datastore in the above yaml file.

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If the issue started after changing the permissions of items in your home folder, reset permissions: ...

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