I have been using Minikube for all of my Kubernetes experiments. It is great for begineers to experiment with Kubernetes. It provides the single node, single cluster setup that is more than enough for starters. As we get more and more familiar with Kubernetes it start to feel lacking on multinode setup. Recently, I had to play with multiple nodes for experiments. Thus, I was looking for a new tool that will allow me to setup multi-node multi-cluster setup. I heard about Kind from a good friend. With Kind we can create multicluster, multinode setup for Kubernetes.
This is walkthrough on how I upgraded my Opensource project from 5.3.2 to 6.1.x. There were few difficulties and how I managed to resolved them.
A short guide on 5 things to monitor in production Redis server. It will help us to investigate issues quicker. When we have millions of keys in Redis server monitoring it becomes a necessity.
It fixes the issue with underlying docker socket and some unsettled business with docker daemon. This gives daemon a fresh start and everything works happily.