Konvoy needs to know how to access your cluster hosts. This is done using inventory resources. For initial cluster creation, you must define a control-plane and at least one worker pool.
Export these environment variables:
export CLUSTER_NAME="$(whoami)-preprovisioned-cluster" export CONTROL_PLANE_1_ADDRESS="control-plane-address-1" export CONTROL_PLANE_2_ADDRESS="control-plane-address-2" export CONTROL_PLANE_3_ADDRESS="control-plane-address-3" export WORKER_1_ADDRESS="worker-address-1" export WORKER_2_ADDRESS="worker-address-2" export WORKER_3_ADDRESS="worker-address-3" export WORKER_4_ADDRESS="worker-address-4" export SSH_USER="<ssh-user>" export SSH_PRIVATE_KEY_SECRET_NAME="$CLUSTER_NAME-ssh-key"
Use the following template to help you define your infrastructure. The environment variables that you set in the previous step automatically replace the variable names when the file is created.
cat <<EOF > preprovisioned_inventory.yaml --- apiVersion: infrastructure.cluster.konvoy.d2iq.io/v1alpha1 kind: PreprovisionedInventory metadata: name: $CLUSTER_NAME-control-plane labels: cluster.x-k8s.io/cluster-name: $CLUSTER_NAME spec: hosts: # Create as many of these as needed to match your infrastructure - address: $CONTROL_PLANE_1_ADDRESS - address: $CONTROL_PLANE_2_ADDRESS - address: $CONTROL_PLANE_3_ADDRESS sshConfig: port: 22 # This is the username used to connect to your infrastructure. This user must be root or # have the ability to use sudo without a password user: $SSH_USER privateKeyRef: # This is the name of the secret you created in the previous step. It must exist in the same # namespace as this inventory object. name: $SSH_PRIVATE_KEY_SECRET_NAME namespace: default --- apiVersion: infrastructure.cluster.konvoy.d2iq.io/v1alpha1 kind: PreprovisionedInventory metadata: name: $CLUSTER_NAME-md-0 spec: hosts: - address: $WORKER_1_ADDRESS - address: $WORKER_2_ADDRESS - address: $WORKER_3_ADDRESS - address: $WORKER_4_ADDRESS sshConfig: port: 22 user: $SSH_USER privateKeyRef: name: $SSH_PRIVATE_KEY_SECRET_NAME namespace: default EOF
Apply the new infrastructure file with the command:
kubectl apply -f preprovisioned_inventory.yaml
After defining the infrastructure, define the control plane endpoint.