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Copyright 2018 Catalyst IT Ltd
All Rights Reserved.
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
under the License.
Config Qinling with existing Kubernetes cluster
===============================================
In most cases, it's not ideal to set up a new dedicated Kubernetes cluster for
Qinling. The component which works with Kubernetes cluster in Qinling is the
``qinling-engine``. Follow the steps below to configure Qinling to work with an
existing Kubernetes cluster, and make Qinling access the Kubernetes API with
authentication and authorization.
Configurations
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Below are the options that relate to accessing the Kubernetes API in Qinling's
configuration file, all of them are under the ``kubernetes`` section.
.. code-block:: ini
[kubernetes]
kube_host = http://127.0.0.1:8001
use_api_certificate = True
ssl_ca_cert = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/ca.crt
cert_file = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.crt
key_file = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.key
For now, just update the ``kube_host`` to the URI which the Kubernetes API
serves for HTTPS connections with authentication and authorization, for
example, ``kube_host = https://kube-api.example.com:6443``. We will cover the
other options in the following sections.
Authentication and Authorization
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The access to the Kubernetes API is controlled by several modules, refer to
`Controlling Access to the Kubernetes API <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/accessing-the-api/>`_
for more details.
By default, Qinling engine is configured to access the Kubernetes API with
a client certificate for authentication(``use_api_certificate`` is set to
``True``), so make sure that the Kubernetes API server is running with the
``--client-ca-file=SOMEFILE`` option for client certificate authentication to
be enabled. The common name of the subject in the client certificate is used as
the user name for the requests that Qinling engine makes to the Kubernetes API
server. Refer to
`Authentication in Kubernetes <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/authentication/>`_.
If `RBAC Authorization <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/authorization/rbac/>`_
is enabled in the Kubernetes API, we will also have to grant access to resources
in Kubernetes for the specific user that Qinling uses to make requests to the
Kubernetes API. Using RBAC Authorization can ensure that Qinling access the
Kubernetes API with only the permission that it needs.
Generate Client Certificate for Qinling
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
See `Managing Certificates <https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/cluster-administration/certificates/>`_
for how to generate a client cert. We use ``cfssl`` as the example here.
#) Download and prepare the command line tools.
.. code-block:: console
curl -L https://pkg.cfssl.org/R1.2/cfssl_linux-amd64 -o /tmp/cfssl
chmod +x /tmp/cfssl
curl -L https://pkg.cfssl.org/R1.2/cfssljson_linux-amd64 -o /tmp/cfssljson
chmod +x /tmp/cfssljson
#) Generate the client ceritificate for Qinling. Note that the common name
of the subject is set to ``qinling`` in the example CSR located at
``example/kubernetes/cfssl-client-csr.json``.
.. code-block:: console
mkdir certs; cd certs
/tmp/cfssl gencert -ca=/path/to/kubernetes_ca_crt \
-ca-key=/path/to/kubernetes_ca_key \
-config=QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/cfssl-ca-config.json \
-profile=client \
QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/cfssl-client-csr.json | /tmp/cfssljson -bare client
#) Copy the needed files to the locations. The command above generates two
files named ``client-key.pem`` and ``client.pem``, the former is the key
file of the client certificate, and the latter is the certificate file
itself.
.. code-block:: console
mkdir -p /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes
cp client-key.pem /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.key
cp client.pem /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.crt
cp /path/to/kubernetes_ca_crt /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/ca.crt
.. note::
Make sure both ``/etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes`` and ``/etc/qinling/pki``
belong to Qinling service user. You can set the permissions with
``chown -R qinling:qinling /etc/qinling/pki``
Create Role and RoleBinding in Kubernetes
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If RBAC Authorization is enabled, we can limit the permissions that Qinling
access the Kubernetes API. Before you procceed the steps in this section,
make sure that the Kubernetes API server is running with the
``--authorization-mode=RBAC`` option.
Qinling provides a single file located at
``example/kubernetes/k8s_qinling_role.yaml`` for users to
create a ``Role`` and a ``ClusterRole`` with the permissions that Qinling
needs, and bind the roles to the user named ``qinling``, which is from
the common name of the subject in the client certificate. The role is defined
within a namespace named ``qinling``, which is the default namespace that
Qinling uses and the name is configurable.
#) Grant access to the resources in the Kubernetes cluster for Qinling. The
following command can be running on any host that kubectl is installed
to interact with Kubernetes.
.. code-block:: console
curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/openstack/qinling/master/example/kubernetes/k8s_qinling_role.yaml | kubectl create -f -
The command above creates a ``ClusterRole`` named ``qinling`` with the
cluster-wide permissions that Qinling needs and binds it to the ``qinling``
user. It also creates a ``Role`` named ``qinling`` within a newly created
``qinling`` namespace and binds it to the specific user. So the access to
resources within that namespace is also granted.
Start Qinling Engine
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Start the qinling-engine service after the steps above are done. And now
Qinling is accessing the Kubernetes API with itself authenticated by a client
certificate. And the requests that Qinling makes to the Kubernetes API
are also authorized.
Access the Kubernetes API Insecurely (For Testing ONLY)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Qinling can also connect to the Kubernetes API insecurely if the Kubernetes API
server serves for insecure connections. However this is not recommended and
should be used for testing purpose only.
In the configuration file, under the ``kubernetes`` section, set ``kube_host``
to the URI which the Kubernetes API serves for insecure HTTP connections, for
example, ``kube_host = http://localhost:8080``, and set ``use_api_certificate``
to ``False`` to disable Qinling using a client certificate to access the
Kubernetes API.

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Copyright 2018 Catalyst IT Ltd
All Rights Reserved.
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
under the License.
Install Qinling in DevStack
===========================
Refer to
`Developer Guide <https://docs.openstack.org/qinling/latest/contributor/development-environment-devstack.html>`_

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Copyright 2018 Catalyst IT Ltd
All Rights Reserved.
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
under the License.
Install Qinling on Ubuntu 16.04
===============================
This section describes how to install and configure the Function management
service, code-named qinling on the controller node that runs Ubuntu 16.04 (LTS).
Prerequisites
-------------
Before you install and configure Qinling, you must create a database,
service credentials, and API endpoints.
#. To create the database, complete these steps:
* Use the database access client to connect to the database
server as the ``root`` user:
.. code-block:: console
# mysql -u root -p
* Create the ``qinling`` database:
.. code-block:: console
CREATE DATABASE qinling;
* Grant proper access to the ``qinling`` database:
.. code-block:: console
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON qinling.* TO 'qinling'@'localhost' \
IDENTIFIED BY 'QINLING_DBPASS';
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON qinling.* TO 'qinling'@'%' \
IDENTIFIED BY 'QINLING_DBPASS';
Replace ``QINLING_DBPASS`` with a suitable password.
* Exit the database access client.
#. Source the ``admin`` credentials to gain access to
admin-only CLI commands:
.. code-block:: console
$ . admin-openrc
#. To create the service credentials, complete these steps:
* Create the ``qinling`` user:
.. code-block:: console
$ openstack user create --domain default --password-prompt qinling
User Password:
Repeat User Password:
+---------------------+----------------------------------+
| Field | Value |
+---------------------+----------------------------------+
| domain_id | default |
| enabled | True |
| id | f77c97367087440da5f923bfcc66f68b |
| name | qinling |
| options | {} |
| password_expires_at | None |
+---------------------+----------------------------------+
* Add the ``admin`` role to the ``qinling`` user:
.. code-block:: console
$ openstack role add --project service --user qinling admin
.. note::
This command provides no output.
* Create the ``qinling`` service entities:
.. code-block:: console
$ openstack service create function-engine \
--name qinling --description="Function Service"
+-------------+----------------------------------+
| Field | Value |
+-------------+----------------------------------+
| description | Function Service |
| enabled | True |
| id | 8811fab348b548e3adef6ff0b149edfb |
| name | qinling |
| type | function-engine |
+-------------+----------------------------------+
#. Create the Function engine service API endpoints:
.. code-block:: console
$ openstack endpoint create --region RegionOne \
function-engine public http://controller:7070
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| Field | Value |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| enabled | True |
| id | 70937a84ed434256b11853b7e8a05d91 |
| interface | public |
| region | RegionOne |
| region_id | RegionOne |
| service_id | 8811fab348b548e3adef6ff0b149edfb |
| service_name | qinling |
| service_type | function-engine |
| url | http://controller:7070 |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
$ openstack endpoint create --region RegionOne \
function-engine internal http://controller:7070
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| Field | Value |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| enabled | True |
| id | 7249f13c00cf4ca788da3df3fac9cfe2 |
| interface | internal |
| region | RegionOne |
| region_id | RegionOne |
| service_id | 8811fab348b548e3adef6ff0b149edfb |
| service_name | qinling |
| service_type | function-engine |
| url | http://controller:7070 |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
$ openstack endpoint create --region RegionOne \
function-engine admin http://controller:7070
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| Field | Value |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
| enabled | True |
| id | 7726669d928d47198388c599bfcd62a5 |
| interface | admin |
| region | RegionOne |
| region_id | RegionOne |
| service_id | 8811fab348b548e3adef6ff0b149edfb |
| service_name | qinling |
| service_type | function-engine |
| url | http://controller:7070 |
+--------------+----------------------------------+
Install and configure Qinling components
----------------------------------------
#. Create qinling user and necessary directories:
* Create user:
.. code-block:: console
# groupadd --system qinling
# useradd --home-dir "/var/lib/qinling" \
--create-home \
--system \
--shell /bin/false \
-g qinling \
qinling
* Create directories:
.. code-block:: console
# mkdir -p /etc/qinling /var/lib/qinling/package
# chown -R qinling:qinling /etc/qinling /var/lib/qinling/package
#. Clone and install qinling:
.. code-block:: console
# apt install -y python-pip
# cd /var/lib/qinling
# git clone https://git.openstack.org/openstack/qinling.git
# chown -R qinling:qinling qinling
# cd qinling
# pip install -e .
#. Generate a sample configuration file:
.. code-block:: console
# su -s /bin/sh -c "oslo-config-generator \
--config-file tools/config/config-generator.qinling.conf \
--output-file etc/qinling.conf.sample" qinling
# su -s /bin/sh -c "cp etc/qinling.conf.sample \
/etc/qinling/qinling.conf" qinling
# su -s /bin/sh -c "cp etc/policy.json.sample \
/etc/qinling/policy.json" qinling
#. Edit the ``/etc/qinling/qinling.conf``:
* In the ``[DEFAULT]`` section,
configure ``RabbitMQ`` message queue access:
.. code-block:: ini
[DEFAULT]
...
transport_url = rabbit://openstack:RABBIT_PASS@controller:5672/
Replace ``RABBIT_PASS`` with the password you chose for the
``openstack`` account in ``RabbitMQ``.
* In the ``[api]`` section, configure the IP address that Qinling API
server is going to listen:
.. code-block:: ini
[api]
...
host = 10.0.0.9
port = 7070
Replace ``10.0.0.9`` with the management interface IP address
of the controller node if different.
* In the ``[database]`` section, configure database access:
.. code-block:: ini
[database]
...
connection = mysql+pymysql://qinling:QINLING_DBPASS@controller/qinling?charset=utf8
Replace ``QINLING_DBPASS`` with the password you chose for
the qinling database.
* In the ``[storage]`` section, configure function package storage path:
.. code-block:: ini
[storage]
...
file_system_dir = /var/lib/qinling/package
* In the ``[oslo_policy]`` section, configure the policy file path for
Qinling service:
.. code-block:: ini
[oslo_policy]
...
policy_file = /etc/qinling/policy.json
* In the ``[keystone_authtoken]`` section, configure
Identity service access:
.. code-block:: ini
[keystone_authtoken]
...
memcached_servers = controller:11211
www_authenticate_uri = http://controller:5000
project_domain_name = default
project_name = service
user_domain_name = default
password = QINLING_PASS
username = qinling
auth_url = http://controller:5000
auth_type = password
auth_version = v3
Replace QINLING_PASS with the password you chose for the qinling user in
the Identity service.
.. note::
Make sure that ``/etc/qinling/qinling.conf`` still have the correct
permissions. You can set the permissions again with:
# chown qinling:qinling /etc/qinling/qinling.conf
#. Populate Qinling database:
.. code-block:: console
# su -s /bin/sh -c "qinling-db-manage --config-file \
/etc/qinling/qinling.conf upgrade head" qinling
Install and configure Kubernetes and etcd
-----------------------------------------
Installing Kubernetes in not in the scope of this guide, you can refer to
`Kubernetes installation guide <https://kubernetes.io/docs/setup/>`_ for more
information.
For etcd installation, you can refer to
`OpenStack Installation Guide <https://docs.openstack.org/install-guide/environment-etcd.html>`_.
#. Config kubernetes in Qinling. Refer to
`Config Qinling using existing Kubernetes cluster <https://docs.openstack.org/qinling/latest/admin/install/config_kubernetes.html>`_.
#. Config etcd. In the ``[etcd]`` section of ``/etc/qinling/qinling.conf``,
configure the IP address and port that etcd service is listening on.
.. code-block:: ini
[etcd]
...
host = 10.0.0.9
port = 2379
Finalize installation
---------------------
#. Create an upstart config for qinling-api, it could be named as
``/etc/systemd/system/qinling-api.service``:
.. code-block:: bash
cat <<EOF > /etc/systemd/system/qinling-api.service
[Unit]
Description = OpenStack Function Management Service API
[Service]
ExecStart = /usr/local/bin/qinling-api
User = qinling
[Install]
WantedBy = multi-user.target
EOF
#. Create an upstart config for qinling-engine, it could be named as
``/etc/systemd/system/qinling-engine.service``:
.. code-block:: bash
cat <<EOF > /etc/systemd/system/qinling-engine.service
[Unit]
Description = OpenStack Function Management Service Engine
[Service]
ExecStart = /usr/local/bin/qinling-engine
User = qinling
[Install]
WantedBy = multi-user.target
EOF
#. Enable and start qinling-api and qinling-engine:
.. code-block:: console
# systemctl enable qinling-api
# systemctl enable qinling-engine
.. code-block:: console
# systemctl start qinling-api
# systemctl start qinling-engine
#. Verify that qinling-api and qinling-engine services are running:
.. code-block:: console
# systemctl status qinling-api
# systemctl status qinling-engine

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Copyright 2018 Catalyst IT Ltd
All Rights Reserved.
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at
http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
under the License.
Service Overview
================
The Qinling project consists of the following components:
qinling-api
A WSGI app that authenticates and routes requests to qinling-engine after
a preliminary handling for the request.
qinling-engine
A standalone service whose purpose is to process operations such as runtime
maintenance, function execution operations, function autoscaling, etc.
kubernetes
Qinling uses kubernetes as the default backend orchestrator, in order to
manage and maintain the underlying pods to run the functions.
database
Qinling needs to interact with the database(usually MySQL) to store and
retrieve resource information.
etcd
etcd is a distributed key-value store that provides fast read/write
operations for some specific internal resources in Qinling such as the
mapping from functions to the function services, mapping from function to the
workers, etc. In addition, etcd provides the locking mechanism in Qinling.
Messaging queue
Routes information between the Qinling processes.
Additionally, users can interact with Qinling service either by sending HTTP
request or using openstack CLI provided by
`python-qinlingclient <https://docs.openstack.org/python-qinlingclient/latest/>`_
.. note::
The horizon plugin for Qinling is still not available now.

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Copyright 2018 Catalyst IT Ltd
Copyright 2010-2011 United States Government as represented by the
Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
All Rights Reserved.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
a copy of the License at
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Installation Guide
==================
Install Qinling in DevStack
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Refer to
`Developer Guide <https://docs.openstack.org/qinling/latest/contributor/development-environment-devstack.html>`_
Config Qinling using existing Kubernetes cluster
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
In most cases, it's not ideal to set up a new dedicated Kubernetes cluster for
Qinling. The component which works with Kubernetes cluster in Qinling is the
``qinling-engine``. Follow the steps below to configure Qinling to work with an
existing Kubernetes cluster, and make Qinling access the Kubernetes API with
authentication and authorization.
Configurations
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Below are the options that relate to accessing the Kubernetes API in Qinling's
configuration file, all of them are under the ``kubernetes`` section.
.. code-block:: ini
[kubernetes]
kube_host = http://127.0.0.1:8001
use_api_certificate = True
ssl_ca_cert = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/ca.crt
cert_file = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.crt
key_file = /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.key
For now, just update the ``kube_host`` to the URI which the Kubernetes API
serves for HTTPS connections with authentication and authorization, for
example, ``kube_host = https://kube-api.example.com:6443``. We will cover the
other options in the following sections.
Authentication and Authorization
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The access to the Kubernetes API is controlled by several modules, refer to
`Controlling Access to the Kubernetes API <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/accessing-the-api/>`_
for more details.
By default, Qinling engine is configured to access the Kubernetes API with
a client certificate for authentication(``use_api_certificate`` is set to
``True``), so make sure that the Kubernetes API server is running with the
``--client-ca-file=SOMEFILE`` option for client certificate authentication to
be enabled. The common name of the subject in the client certificate is used as
the user name for the requests that Qinling engine makes to the Kubernetes API
server. Refer to
`Authentication in Kubernetes <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/authentication/>`_.
If `RBAC Authorization <https://kubernetes.io/docs/admin/authorization/rbac/>`_
is enabled in the Kubernetes API, we will also have to grant access to resources
in Kubernetes for the specific user that Qinling uses to make requests to the
Kubernetes API. Using RBAC Authorization can ensure that Qinling access the
Kubernetes API with only the permission that it needs.
Generate Client Certificate for Qinling
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
See `Managing Certificates <https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/cluster-administration/certificates/>`_
for how to generate a client cert. We use ``cfssl`` as the example here.
#) Download and prepare the command line tools.
.. code-block:: console
curl -L https://pkg.cfssl.org/R1.2/cfssl_linux-amd64 -o /tmp/cfssl
chmod +x /tmp/cfssl
curl -L https://pkg.cfssl.org/R1.2/cfssljson_linux-amd64 -o /tmp/cfssljson
chmod +x /tmp/cfssljson
#) Generate the client ceritificate for Qinling. Note that the common name
of the subject is set to ``qinling`` in the example CSR located at
``QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/cfssl-client-csr.json``.
.. code-block:: console
mkdir cert
cd cert
/tmp/cfssl gencert -ca=/path/to/kubernetes_ca_crt -ca-key=/path/to/kubernetes_ca_key -config=QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/cfssl-ca-config.json -profile=client QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/cfssl-client-csr.json | /tmp/cfssljson -bare client
#) Copy the needed files to the locations. The command above generates two
files named client-key.pem and client.pem, the former is the key file of
the client certificate, and the latter is the certificate file itself.
.. code-block:: console
cp client-key.pem /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.key
cp client.pem /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/qinling.crt
cp /path/to/kubernetes_ca_crt /etc/qinling/pki/kubernetes/ca.crt
Create Role and RoleBinding in Kubernetes
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
If RBAC Authorization is enabled, we can limit the permissions that Qinling
access the Kubernetes API. Before you procceed the steps in this section,
make sure that the Kubernetes API server is running with the
``--authorization-mode=RBAC`` option.
Qinling provides a single file located at
``QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/k8s_qinling_role.yaml`` for users to
create a ``Role`` and a ``ClusterRole`` with the permissions that Qinling
needs, and bind the roles to the user named ``qinling``, which is from
the common name of the subject in the client certificate. The role is defined
within a namespace named ``qinling``, which is the default namespace that
Qinling uses and the name is configurable.
#) Grant access to the resources in the Kubernetes cluster for Qinling.
.. code-block:: console
kubectl create -f QINLING_SOURCE/example/kubernetes/k8s_qinling_role.yaml
The command above creates a ``ClusterRole`` named ``qinling`` with the
cluster-wide permissions that Qinling needs and binds it to the ``qinling``
user. It also creates a ``Role`` named ``qinling`` within a newly created
``qinling`` namespace and binds it to the specific user. So the access to
resources within that namespace is also granted.
Start Qinling Engine
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Start the qinling-engine service after the steps above are done. And now
Qinling is accessing the Kubernetes API with itself authenticated by a client
certificate. And the requests that Qinling makes to the Kubernetes API
are also authorized.
.. toctree::
:maxdepth: 1
Access the Kubernetes API Insecurely (For Testing ONLY)
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
install/overview
install/install_devstack
install/install_ubuntu
install/config_kubernetes
Qinling can also connect to the Kubernetes API insecurely if the Kubernetes API
server serves for insecure connections. However this is not recommended and
should be used for testing purpose only.
Indices and tables
------------------
In the configuration file, under the ``kubernetes`` section, set ``kube_host``
to the URI which the Kubernetes API serves for insecure HTTP connections, for
example, ``kube_host = http://localhost:8080``, and set ``use_api_certificate``
to ``False`` to disable Qinling using a client certificate to access the
Kubernetes API.
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