I accidentally hit "Enter" instead of "Shift-Enter" and now my "time to edit" has run out. This was my question:
Hello. I'm trying to determine how the "providerID" is being set. Briefly, we have deployed the AWS Load Balancer Controller into a RKE2 cluster, and can provision a load balancer, but error (typical):
"providerID rke2://ip-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.<domain> is invalid for EC2 instances, node: ip-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.<domain>"
is reported in the controller pods.
I suspected the problem might be related to the IP-based hostname / instance ID limitation discussed here:
so I launched an instance with hostname "ip-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.<region>.compute.internal", installed the RKE2 agent, and joined it to the cluster. The node name is "correct" (the IP-based hostname), but there was no change in behavior. Error:
"providerID rke2://ip-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.us-gov-west-1.compute.internal is invalid for EC2 instances, node: ip-xxx-xxx-xxx-xxx.us-gov-west-1.compute.internal"
is reported and the application is unreachable. HTTP status code 503 is reported.
I'd like to understand how provider ID is being set, and specifically if "rke2://" is a valid "providerID" (and how to determine what providerIDs are valid). Any guidance would be appreciated.
08/25/2022, 3:36 PM
Hi @fierce-summer-6167, I will open a ticket for you get assistance for your issue. Thanks
Can you please provide me your email address? Do you have account for Zendesk?