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Manifests install

Manifests install

If you use Helm, see our Helm Chart

There are two ways to deploy it with plain manifests:

  • using Deployment
  • using DaemonSet



cd kubernetes/manifests/
kubectl apply -f deployment.yaml
kubectl get po -n db1000n


kubectl scale deployment/db1000n --replicas=10 -n db1000n


kubectl delete deploy db1000n -n db1000n


Get and label nodes where you need to run db1000n. There should be nodes at least with 2CPU and 2GB of RAM, CPU resources in priority for db1000n:

kubectl get nodes

Select nodes where you want to run db1000n from the output and label them:

kubectl label nodes <YOUR_UNIQUE_NODE_NAME> db1000n=true

Install the DaemonSet:

kubectl apply -f daemonset.yaml


kubectl delete daemonset db1000n -n db1000n
How it works?

DaemonSet will create one db1000n pod on each node that labeled as db1000n=true. It coule be useful in large cluster types that can be autoscaled horizontally, for example, GKE standard k8s cluster from the free tier purposes.