09/21/2022, 6:41 AM
@busy-teacher-96897 this is how I usually setup my development environment (moving our conversation here):

# Checkout a branch
git checkout 1571-re-dex-spike

# Sync git submodule
# NOTE: This will cleanup dangling files inside the submodule too (because of `git clean -dffx`).
# Adapt this command if necessary
git submodule sync --recursive && git submodule update --init --recursive && git submodule foreach --recursive "git co . && git reset --hard && git clean -dffx"

# Prepare a dev cluster
make acceptance-cluster-setup

# Configure KUBECONFIG to talk to the dev cluster
export KUBECONFIG=$PWD/tmp/acceptance-kubeconfig

# Install cert-manager
make install-cert-manager

# Install Epinio from the checked out commit
make prepare_environmnet_k3d

# You should now be able to use Epinio
if you try it out and it doesn't work, let me know. I may have missed something


09/21/2022, 6:42 AM
Thanks, will try it out and let you know... will put it in my git gist... and modify from there.
scratch the above issue, after leaving it overnight, it became ready... will try to reproduce it later but deleting it... but let me move on
This is what i am doing from the script point of view ( However, i think this work flow does not work for macosx, i think. Currently, i am facing this issue for the last step Output of
make prepare_environmnet_k3d
Creating the PVC
persistentvolumeclaim/epinio-binary unchanged
Creating the dummy copier Pod
pod/epinio-copier created
Waiting for dummy pod to be ready
pod/epinio-copier condition met
Copying the binary on the PVC
total 80504
-rwxr-xr-x    1 503      staff     82435126 Sep 28 05:33 epinio
Deleting the epinio-copier to avoid multi-attach issue between pods
pod "epinio-copier" deleted
Patching the epinio-server deployment to use the copied binary
deployment.apps/epinio-server patched
Waiting for the rollout of the deployment to complete
Waiting for deployment spec update to be observed...
Waiting for deployment "epinio-server" rollout to finish: 0 out of 1 new replicas have been updated...
Waiting for deployment "epinio-server" rollout to finish: 1 old replicas are pending termination...
Waiting for deployment "epinio-server" rollout to finish: 1 old replicas are pending termination...
deployment "epinio-server" successfully rolled out
Cleanup old settings
Trying to login../scripts/ line 47: ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64: No such file or directory
../scripts/ line 47: ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64: No such file or directory
../scripts/ line 47: ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64: No such file or directory
../scripts/ line 47: ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64: No such file or directory
../scripts/ line 47: ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64: No such file or directory
Failed to run ./dist/epinio-darwin-amd64 login -u admin -p password --trust-ca <> after 5 attempts!
make: *** [prepare_environment_k3d] Error
First issue is that i only have
file but it is looking for
Next, I try to use my own epinio to login... but I cant... Looking at the docker, only port 80 was open and no 443 in
cluster. I will try to install this in a C9 linux machine to see if it work tmr


09/29/2022, 5:59 AM
• Sorry, mistakenly assumed you would run this on Linux. You'd need to adapt the script(s) to build and use the darwin binary. • Yes "git co" is my local alias for "git checkout" (I was just copying and pasting from my system). • By default, we don't bind the k3d port on any host ports. You can do that by setting this environment variable to `true`: but shouldn't need that, unless the k3d container's IP address is not accessible from where you will be accessing your cluster (e.g. you want to you access the cluster with the host's IP address instead). In that case you would also need to manually set the
( to something lilke
because by default the script will use the container's IP address.
This development flow has been mostly adapted to the core team's needs and we are all working on pretty similar setups. That's why it's not very flexible.