Portworx with Kubernetes on CentOS with Packet.net

This guide will get a Kubernetes Cluster installed with Portworx on CentOS using packet.net

Deploy Cluster via Terraform to Packet

Use this Terraporx Repo to deploy Portworx on CentOS on Packet.net

Install Ansible

Think of Ansible as the “easy button” for easily installing and deploying Kubernetes. Steps to deploy are listed below. Before starting, make sure you have Ansible installed on your localmachine via “yum”, “apt-get”, “brew”, or whatever.

Copy the Kubernetes Contrib Repo

# git clone https://github.com/kubernetes/contrib

Copy Keys and /etc/hosts

Update your /etc/hosts file with all the IPaddrs and hostnames from your cluster. To Find:

# grep network.0.address terraform.tfstate | awk '{print $2}' | sed -e 's/[",]//g'

If you have not already done so, be sure to run ssh-keygen to setup your public/private keys for SSH.

To make sure you can login to all hosts without password prompting, run something like this command, which takes as one argument the name of the remote host whose authorized_keys file gets appended with your local public key.



if [ ! -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub ];then
    echo "private key not found at $KEY"
    echo "* please create it with "ssh-keygen -t rsa" *"
    echo "* to login to the remote host without a password, don't give the key you create with ssh-keygen a password! *"

if [ -z $1 ];then
    echo "Please specify user@host.tld as the first switch to this script"

echo "Putting your key on $1... "

ssh -i your_private.key root@$1 "mkdir ~/.ssh 2>/dev/null; chmod 700 ~/.ssh; echo "$KEYCODE" >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys; chmod 644 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys"

echo "done!"

Be sure to change the value of “your_private.key” (!) Run the above command in a loop for all hosts in the cluster, to enable ssh commands without password prompting.

Then append /etc/hosts with hostname/IPs for all hosts in the cluster, and make sure it too is copied to all hosts in the cluster.

Adjust docker config on all hosts

Terraporx automatically installs docker on all hosts, which runs in conflict with the contrib/ansible. For all the hosts run: yum -y remove docker-engine docker-engine-selinux

Adjust for secure API Port

As per the ansible README.md, edit roles/kubernetes/defaults/main.yml and set kube_master_api_port to 6443

Create the Ansible hosts ‘inventory’

Create the inventory file on which hosts Kubernetes will be installed, as per the README

Install Kubernetes via Ansible

# cd contrib/ansible/scripts
# ./deploy-cluster.sh
PLAY RECAP *********************************************************************
kube-master-1              : ok=180  changed=20   unreachable=0    failed=0
kube-node-1                : ok=94   changed=26   unreachable=0    failed=0
kube-node-2                : ok=91   changed=26   unreachable=0    failed=0
kube-node-3                : ok=91   changed=26   unreachable=0    failed=0

Update Docker on all Nodes

On all nodes, edit the file /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/docker.service. Comment out or delete: MountFlags=slave Run the following:

# systemctl daemon-reload
# systemctl restart docker

Update Kubernetes binaries with Portworx Patches

NB : This step is only needed until this Kubernetes PR is merged

Get the Kubernetes / Portworx distro

# wget http://yum.portworx.com/repo/rpms/kubernetes/kubernetes-portworx.tar.gz && \
tar xvf kubernetes-portworx.tar.gz

Update the Master

# cd kubernetes/server/bin
# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl stop kube-apiserver"
# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl stop kube-controller-manager"
# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl stop kube-scheduler"
# scp kube-apiserver kube-controller-manager kubectl kube-scheduler root@kube-master-1:/usr/bin

Make sure the API server is listening on port 6443:

# grep KUBE_API_PORT /etc/kubernetes/apiserver

should show KUBE_API_PORT="--secure-port=6443"

# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl start kube-apiserver"
# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl start kube-controller-manager"
# ssh root@kube-master-1 "systemctl start kube-scheduler"

Update the Minion/Nodes

Go back to kubernetes/server/bin. Run a script of the following form:



for i in `seq 1 $NODES`
  ssh root@kube-node-$i "systemctl stop kubelet"
  ssh root@kube-node-$i "systemctl stop kube-proxy"
  scp kubectl kubelet kube-proxy root@kube-node-$i:/usr/bin
  ssh root@kube-node-$i "systemctl start kubelet"
  ssh root@kube-node-$i "systemctl start kube-proxy"

Verify Kubernetes Cluster

From the master node, run the following to verify the cluster is at the correct version and that all the nodes are up:

# kubectl version
Client Version: version.Info{Major:"1", Minor:"5+", GitVersion:"v1.5.3-beta.0.44+7f2055addfd186-dirty", GitCommit:"7f2055addfd1868a1fb041267c9a02f7ecff071b", GitTreeState:"dirty", BuildDate:"2017-01-25T18:06:46Z", GoVersion:"go1.7.4", Compiler:"gc", Platform:"linux/amd64"}
Server Version: version.Info{Major:"1", Minor:"5+", GitVersion:"v1.5.3-beta.0.44+7f2055addfd186-dirty", GitCommit:"7f2055addfd1868a1fb041267c9a02f7ecff071b", GitTreeState:"dirty", BuildDate:"2017-01-25T18:51:53Z", GoVersion:"go1.7.4", Compiler:"gc", Platform:"linux/amd64"}
[root@px-k8s-centos-0 ~]# kubectl get nodes
NAME          STATUS    AGE
kube-node-1   Ready     22h
kube-node-2   Ready     22h
kube-node-3   Ready     22h

Install Portworx

Since an earlier step required removing docker, Portworx will need to be reinstalled. The kube-master node should be running etcd. To verify:

curl -XGET http://${KUBE-MASTER}:2379/version

Install Portworx on all minion/slave nodes:

# docker run --restart=always --name px -d --net=host       \
                 --privileged=true                             \
                 -v /run/docker/plugins:/run/docker/plugins    \
                 -v /var/lib/osd:/var/lib/osd:shared           \
                 -v /dev:/dev                                  \
                 -v /etc/pwx:/etc/pwx                          \
                 -v /opt/pwx/bin:/export_bin:shared            \
                 -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock  \
                 -v /var/cores:/var/cores                      \
                  -v /usr/src:/usr/src                         \
                portworx/px-dev -daemon -k etcd://kube-master-1:2379 -c MY_CLUSTER_ID -s /dev/dm-0 -d team0:0 -m team0:0