I have successfully deployed tutor k8 to a high availability kubernetes cluster consisting of 3 hosts. My challenge is when one of the host goes offline LMS & CMS becomes unavailable. How do i ensure that the pods running on the unavailable host automatically starts on the available host to ensure availability.
Hi @kaduansere! Well, if the pods on the failing node do not automatically fallback to the remaining nodes, your cluster is not really highly available, is it? I do not have much experience with self-deployed k8s clusters; with my Kubernetes provider (DigitalOcean), when one of the nodes goes down, the pods that it contains are moved to the remaining nodes. As far as I understand, this is not really an issue with Tutor, but with your own cluster configuration.
Thanks, issue has been resolved.