The Tectonic Installer provides a Terraform-based Kubernetes installation. It is open source, uses upstream Kubernetes and can be easily customized.Install Kubernetes with Tectonic
This guide will not be maintained in the future and is not currently tested against current releases of Kubernetes.
The conformance test checks that a kubernetes installation supports a minimum required feature set.
You will need to have a Kubernetes cluster already running.
Make sure only the essential pods are running, and there are no failed or pending pods. If you are testing a small / development cluster, you may need to increase the node memory or tests could inconsistently fail (e.g. 2048mb for single-node vagrant).
If you are running the conformance tests against a vagrant cluster, you can use the
conformance-test.sh script located either in the
To test a running cluster:
First, clone a copy of this repository to a host with ssh access to the Kubernetes cluster.
$ git clone https://github.com/coreos/coreos-kubernetes
Then run the
contrib/conformance-test.sh helper script, replacing the
$ cd coreos-kubernets/contrib $ ./conformance-test.sh <ssh-host> <ssh-port> <path-to-ssh-key>