How to run kubernetes on bare-metal with maas/juju

Madushan Nishantha
Apr 22 · 5 min read
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maas/stable
sudo apt update
sudo apt install maas
sudo maas init <you'll be asked to provide admin user info>
Despite the picture, DHCP should be disabled for both
sudo -u maas psql -d maasdb
maasdb=>update maasserver_node set memory=4096 where memory=0;
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:juju/stable
sudo apt update
sudo apt install juju
$juju add-cloud
Select cloud type: maas
Enter a name for your maas cloud: maas-cloud
Enter the API endpoint url: <MAAS url from above, looks like>
$juju add-credential maas-cloud
Enter credential name: maas-cloud-creds
Using auth-type "oauth1".
Enter maas-oauth: <token is under "MAAS Keys" in user setting page in MAAS ui>
juju bootstrap --constraints tags=juju <maas-cloud name form above> <arbitary controller name>
juju bootstrap --constraints tags=juju maas-cloud juju-controller
juju deploy canonical-kubernetes
juju deploy ./bundle.yaml
watch -c juju status --color
juju scp kubernetes-master/0:config ~/.kube/config

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