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Shared storage for Kubernetes on Atomic Host

asked 2015-12-04 19:20:40 +0000

vincentvdk gravatar image


I'm currently running Kubernetes on top of Atomic host configured with Ansible. This works all very well, but to make efficient use of Kubernetes I would need to use shared storage for persistent data.

I looked at Glusterfs, but the necessary packages are not available in Atomic. As an alternative I configured NFS which works (K8s mounts the NFS share to the container). But SELinux prevents me from writing to the share.

Are there plans to make this better supported, or are there sources with documentation describing this? Until now I couldn't find any

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answered 2017-09-21 19:34:32 +0000

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answered 2015-12-14 17:36:04 +0000

For NFS access, try setting this boolean on the K8S nodes, this should allow the containers to access the NFS share.

setsebool -P virt_use_nfs 1

I found that via the RHT docs, not anything we've got in the upstream at this point. There's also some k8s upstream docs that talk about this from a design standpoint ( https://github.com/kubernetes/kuberne... ). More information on k8S support for SELinux can be found in this proposal ( https://github.com/kubernetes/kuberne... )

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