ERROR cannot deploy bundle
ERROR cannot deploy bundle: cannot add charm “cs:~charmed-osm/grafana-k8s-15”: cannot retrieve charm “cs:~charmed-osm/grafana-k8s-15”: cannot get archive: Get https://api.jujucharms.com/charmstore/v5/~charmed-osm/grafana-k8s-15/archive?channel=stable: dial tcp: lookup api.jujucharms.com on 10.152.183.10:53: read udp 10.1.1.11:36266->10.152.183.10:53: i/o timeout
This can happen if you deploy MicroK8s in an environment with strict network access.
In order to solve this, we need to edit the
kube-dns configuration to point to your DNS servers. Edit the configuration and both sets of DNS addresses accordingly:
microk8s.kubectl -n kube-system edit configmap/kube-dns
kube-dns will automatically reload the configuration, so re-run
juju deploy command and verify that the error is resolved.
Get the name of the kube-dns pod:
$ kubectl -n kube-system get pods NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE heapster-v1.5.2-6b5d7b57f9-c9vln 4/4 Running 0 67m hostpath-provisioner-6d744c4f7c-cr9br 1/1 Running 0 71m kube-dns-6bfbdd666c-xrnnb 3/3 Running 3 71m kubernetes-dashboard-6fd7f9c494-zx6s9 1/1 Running 0 71m monitoring-influxdb-grafana-v4-78777c64c8-lsh8l 2/2 Running 2 71m
Check the logs for dnsmasq container in the pod:
$ kubectl -n kube-system logs kube-dns-6bfbdd666c-xrnnb dnsmasq
dnsmasq is able to resolve hostnames, you can continue with the installation.
ERROR Permission denied, are you in the lxd group?
If you receive this error while running
juju bootstrap localhost osm-lxd, it means that your current user is not in the
sudo add-user $USER lxd newgrp lxd
ERROR failed to bootstrap model
This seems to happen if trying to bootstrap before microk8s is ready (like after enabling plugins)
$ juju bootstrap microk8s osm-on-k8s Creating Juju controller "osm-on-k8s" on microk8s/localhost Creating k8s resources for controller "controller-osm-on-k8s" ERROR failed to bootstrap model: creating controller stack for controller: creating statefulset for controller: fetching pods' status for controller: Get https://10.48.130.54:16443/api/v1/namespaces/controller-osm-on-k8s/pods/controller-0?includeUninitialized=true: dial t cp 10.48.130.54:16443: connect: connection refused WARNING k8s cluster is not accessible: Get https://10.48.130.54:16443/api/v1/namespaces?fieldSelector=metadata.name%3Dcontroller-osm-on-k8s&includeUninitialized=true&watch=true: dial tcp 10.48.130.54:16443: connect: connection refused
Attempting to bootstrap again will lead to:
$ juju bootstrap microk8s osm-on-k8s ERROR a controller called "osm-on-k8s" already exists on this k8s cluster. Please bootstrap again and choose a different controller name.
To recover, the controller namespace needs to be deleted from Kubernetes
microk8s.kubectl delete namespace controller-osm-on-k8s
When that is finished, re-run the bootstrap command.