Commit 17ab8776 authored by Himanshu Pandey's avatar Himanshu Pandey Committed by Kubernetes Prow Robot

Fixed minor issues on CenturyLink Cloud Page (#14217)

parent fbe1f172
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title: Running Kubernetes on CenturyLink Cloud
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{: toc}
These scripts handle the creation, deletion and expansion of Kubernetes clusters on CenturyLink Cloud.
......@@ -238,12 +237,11 @@ utility ```kubectl```. If you do not already have a copy of this binary on your
administrative machine, you may run the script ```install_kubectl.sh``` which will
download it and install it in ```/usr/bin/local```.
The script requires that the environment variable ```CLC_CLUSTER_NAME``` be defined
```install_kubectl.sh``` also writes a configuration file which will embed the necessary
The script requires that the environment variable ```CLC_CLUSTER_NAME``` be defined. ```install_kubectl.sh``` also writes a configuration file which will embed the necessary
authentication certificates for the particular cluster. The configuration file is
written to the ```${CLC_CLUSTER_HOME}/kube``` directory
```shell
export KUBECONFIG=${CLC_CLUSTER_HOME}/kube/config
kubectl version
......@@ -273,18 +271,18 @@ create a cluster, the script should output URLs for these interfaces like this:
kubernetes-dashboard is running at ```https://${MASTER_IP}:6443/api/v1/namespaces/kube-system/services/kubernetes-dashboard/proxy```.
Note on Authentication to the UIs: The cluster is set up to use basic
authentication for the user _admin_. Hitting the url at
```https://${MASTER_IP}:6443``` will require accepting the self-signed certificate
from the apiserver, and then presenting the admin password written to file at:
Note on Authentication to the UIs:
```> _${CLC_CLUSTER_HOME}/kube/admin_password.txt_```
The cluster is set up to use basic authentication for the user _admin_.
Hitting the url at ```https://${MASTER_IP}:6443``` will
require accepting the self-signed certificate
from the apiserver, and then presenting the admin
password written to file at: ```> _${CLC_CLUSTER_HOME}/kube/admin_password.txt_```
### Configuration files
Various configuration files are written into the home directory *CLC_CLUSTER_HOME* under
```.clc_kube/${CLC_CLUSTER_NAME}``` in several subdirectories. You can use these files
Various configuration files are written into the home directory *CLC_CLUSTER_HOME* under ```.clc_kube/${CLC_CLUSTER_NAME}``` in several subdirectories. You can use these files
to access the cluster from machines other than where you created the cluster from.
* ```config/```: Ansible variable files containing parameters describing the master and minion hosts
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