Tag: Kubernetes

Portworx: Failed to load PX filesystem dependencies for kernel

September 22, 2020 By Corey Dinkens

This is a follow-up my previous post on Architecture considerations for stateful Kubernetes applications and is specific to VMWare’s Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (TKG) implementation of Kubernetes. In lieu of utilizing NFS pod to gain RWX (aka ReadWriteMany) access to vSphere volumes, I decided to go a different route. Important caveat #1 for TKG users: It […]

Warning FailedAttachVolume Multi-Attach error for volume

September 10, 2020 By Corey Dinkens

Volume is already exclusively attached to one node and can’t be attached to another Based on my previous post, this is meant to be succinct for others encountering the ‘Multi-Attach’ error. Kubernetes does not allow multiple nodes to mount (certain) volumes concurrently. A Kubernetes bug also exists that does not forcefully detach a pv from […]