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GVM provides an interface to manage Go versions.

Install

Follow the README :

bash < <(curl -s -S -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/moovweb/gvm/master/binscripts/gvm-installer)

Replace by zsh if you use zsh. You will need to restart the terminal.

Install go

Install go version 1.14.6 :

$ gvm install go1.14.6          
Downloading Go source...
Installing go1.14.6...
* Compiling...
go1.14.6 successfully installed!

Set the new version of GO as default :

$ gvm use go1.14.6 --default
Now using version go1.14.6

Check :

$ go version
go version go1.14.6 linux/amd64

Very useful !

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As for Kubernetes, I have done some code to build a swarm cluster with vagrant too :

The code is here

Follow the README to create the cluster.

PS: I don’t know whereI found the code for the swarm which helped me a lot. If I find it again, I will add the link.

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Hello, I’beginning to learn Kubernetes and I have used vagrant and ansible to create a complete kubernetes cluster.

The code is here

Follow the README to create the cluster.

In tutorials folder, there is some examples, some commands but actually, no comment. That’s just memo for me. Maybe I will complete this later… don’t know (depending time consuming)

Updated 2021–03–07 : Sources have been updated to create a cluster with rke too. There is a little tutorial to create a rook/ceph cluster but I’m not sure that I will have the time to update this tutorial. I’m not an expert at all about ceph and the setup ask some bandwith that I don’t have … Too long to test …

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