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The EOS storage provisioner is currently only available for Kubernetes clusters.


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The EOS storage solution is made available by default on all kubernetes clusters >=1.18. If you want to create a cluster with an older template, to enable the eos provisioner use the following labels at cluster creation:

--labels eos_enabled=true
Available Labels

Available label parameters corresponding to the EOS provisioner installation can be seen below:

  • eos_enabled: If the provisioner should be deployed. Defaults to true

Access to EOS requires kerberos credentials.

Check the manifest in this example to see how to setup your own application:

kubectl create -f

kubectl exec -it eos-client bash
# kinit <yourloginname>
# ls -l /eos/user

Last update: June 1, 2022