Enable Kubernetesand save.
microk8sconfiguration to your
~/.kube/configso that Garden knows how to access your cluster. We recommend exporting the config like this:
setupIngressController: nullin your
local-kubernetesprovider configuration and start the cluster without the above customization.
local-kubernetesplugin attempts to automatically detect which flavor of local Kubernetes is installed, and set the appropriate context for connecting to the local Kubernetes instance. In most cases you should not have to update your
garden.yml, since it uses the
local-kubernetesplugin by default, but you can configure it explicitly in your project-level
gardenwill choose whichever one is configured as the current context in your
kubectlconfiguration. If neither is set as the current context, the first available context is used.