Could you please post a sample Couchbase cluster deployment using Couchbase Operator?
Hi @varun, You can find the sample Couchbase configuration file here. Here are some links for you to get started -
Getting started - https://developer.couchbase.com/documentation/server/5.5/operator/prerequisiteAndSetup.html
Demo and presentation from Couchbase Connect NY 2018 - Introducing Couchbase Autonomous Operator for Kubernetes
Hope that helps!
@anil excellent! Thank you for the pointers! I will look at them tomorrow and try it out! If I have any further questions, I will get back to you!
I did go ahead and deployed the Couchbase cluster use the Coucbase Operator way. Everything went well and I see the Admin UI too. Now when i try to “Create” a bucket, it automatically gets deleted. Please see the error snapshot below :
I see an error when i try to delete the “Default” bucket too.
Our dev and test team are blocked because of this. Could you please let us know why this might be happening?
P.S. Our K8s cluster is running on a CoreOS cluster.
By default, bucket management is handled by Autonomous Operator including creating, deleting and configuring etc. Hence when you try to create bucket on Couchbase Web Console it gets deleted since Autonomous Operator rolls back any changes to bucket.
We have introduced a new feature to disable bucket management through Autonomous Operator K8S-336. You can set “disableBucketManagement” field in Couchbase Cluster configuration file to true.
This feature is currently not available in 0.8.1-beta version but it will be available in GA version. Let me know if you’re interested in testing this feature we can make release candidate build available for you.
Thank you for the super quick response! Yes we would certainly love to test this feature. If we can get hold of this build ASAP, that would be great! Could you please give me a rough estimate on when this build might be available?
Also, if you could point us to the steps of deployment [if any changes], would be helpful too!