On 05/10/2018 02:42 PM, Lennart Jern wrote:
I'm currently using a Raspberry Pi 3 for hosting some simple web services at home.
Now I'm looking at scaling this single server up to a small cluster running kubernetes
and would love some advice on what devices to use.
The boards I have been looking at are as follows.
- More of the same Raspberry Pi 3, already proven to work but lower spec than the
- NanoPi M1 Plus or NanoPi A64, nice small form factor.
- BananaPi M2U or BananaPi M64, plenty of RAM but cannot be powered over micro USB.
What kind of support from upstream/Fedora can I expect for these boards? Are there other
boards I should consider? Any experiences from running Fedora on these (or other) ARM
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I am buildings these days ( few hours a week after work :) ) a Raspberry
PI3B+ ( and + is very important),
I have 4 of them, each having an external SSD connected with USB
(Samsung 256GB: 64 for OS / 284GB for cluster).
I want to use clusterlabs to build services with High Availability.
I planned to used DRBD as a distributed storage on all SSD. Current
release 8.9 is not able to managed data distribution on more than 2
disks. I will dig for 9.0 that is able to do so...
Regarding Kubernetes, how will you manage storage, persistent and not
It is another option - I can use it to replace clusterlabs - especially
regarding storage management :)