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Docker Swarm Cluster with pine64-lts and armbian build
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Hi,

For those interested you will find below details to setup a Docker Swarm cluster of pine64-lts boards.

All nodes are running with Armbian and the mainline kernel (currently 4.14). In order to boot pine64-lts boards using the Armbian build for pine64so, some additional fixes have to be done. The whole procedure to build a base image for each node of the cluster is available there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-image-armbian

Once the base image is built, the cluster can be setup. All steps are described using Ansible playbooks. You will find all the details there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-docker-swarm

Finally, I had to built some docker images by my-self for instance keepalived. You will find the source there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-docker-images

Best regards
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(10-31-2018, 03:35 AM)tmorin Wrote: Hi,

For those interested you will find below details to setup a Docker Swarm cluster of pine64-lts boards.

All nodes are running with Armbian and the mainline kernel (currently 4.14). In order to boot pine64-lts boards using the Armbian build for pine64so, some additional fixes have to be done. The whole procedure to build a base image for each node of the cluster is available there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-image-armbian

Once the base image is built, the cluster can be setup. All steps are described using Ansible playbooks. You will find all the details there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-docker-swarm

Finally, I had to built some docker images by my-self for instance keepalived. You will find the source there: https://gitlab.com/tmorin/pine64-docker-images

Best regards

Thanks on sharing.
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