Using Rook On A K3s Cluster

Using Rook On A K3s Cluster

In this new article, we will install Rook on a single node K3s cluster as it’s a good way to get started with this great CNCF project.

For the purpose of this article, we will use local VM provisioned on VirtualBox using Vagrant. The Vagrantfile below defines:

  • the configuration of the VM that will be created: the Linux distribution used, its IP address (192.168.33.10), the amount of RAM (2G), the addition of a disk with a capacity of 10G
  • setting up K3s and recovering the associated kubeconfig file

🔥 The important thing is to attach an unformatted disk (raw device) to the VM that will be created. In the following we will tell Rook to use this disk to persist the data of a Ceph cluster.

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