2. Create a local cluster
1. Create a local cluster
Create a YugabyteDB cluster in Minikube using the commands below. Note that for Helm, you have to first create a namespace.
$ kubectl create namespace yb-demo $ helm install yb-demo yugabytedb/yugabyte \ --set resource.master.requests.cpu=0.5,resource.master.requests.memory=0.5Gi,\ resource.tserver.requests.cpu=0.5,resource.tserver.requests.memory=0.5Gi,\ replicas.master=1,replicas.tserver=1 --namespace yb-demo
Note that in Minikube, the LoadBalancers for
yb-tserver-service will remain in pending state since load balancers are not available in a Minikube environment. If you would like to turn off these services then pass the
enableLoadBalancer=False flag as shown below.
$ helm install yb-demo yugabytedb/yugabyte \ --set resource.master.requests.cpu=0.5,resource.master.requests.memory=0.5Gi,\ resource.tserver.requests.cpu=0.5,resource.tserver.requests.memory=0.5Gi,\ replicas.master=1,replicas.tserver=1,enableLoadBalancer=False --namespace yb-demo
2. Check cluster status with kubectl
Run the following command to see that you now have two services with one pod each — 1 yb-master pod (
yb-master-0) and 1 yb-tserver pod (
yb-tserver-0) running. For details on the roles of these pods in a YugabyteDB cluster (aka Universe), see Universe in the Concepts section.
$ kubectl --namespace yb-demo get pods
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE yb-master-0 0/2 ContainerCreating 0 5s yb-tserver-0 0/2 ContainerCreating 0 4s
Eventually, all the pods will have the
NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE yb-master-0 2/2 Running 0 13s yb-tserver-0 2/2 Running 0 12s
To see the status of the three services, run the following command.
$ kubectl --namespace yb-demo get services
NAME TYPE CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE yb-master-ui LoadBalancer 10.98.66.255 <pending> 7000:31825/TCP 119s yb-masters ClusterIP None <none> 7100/TCP,7000/TCP 119s yb-tserver-service LoadBalancer 10.106.5.69 <pending> 6379:31320/TCP,9042:30391/TCP,5433:30537/TCP 119s yb-tservers ClusterIP None <none> 7100/TCP,9000/TCP,6379/TCP,9042/TCP,5433/TCP 119s
3. Check cluster status with Admin UI
To check the cluster status, you need to access the Admin UI on port
7000 exposed by the
yb-master-ui service. In order to do so, you need to find the port forward the port.
$ kubectl --namespace yb-demo port-forward svc/yb-master-ui 7000:7000
Now, you can view the yb-master-0 Admin UI at the http://localhost:7000.
Overview and YB-Master status
yb-master-0 home page shows that you have a cluster with Replication Factor of 1 and Num Nodes (TServers) as
1. The Num User Tables is
0 because there are no user tables created yet. The YugabyteDB version is also displayed for your reference.
The Masters section highlights the YB-Master service along its corresponding cloud, region and zone placement information.
Click See all nodes to go to the Tablet Servers page where you can observe the one YB-TServer along with the time since it last connected to the YB-Master using regular heartbeats. As new tables get added, new tablets will get automatically created and distributed evenly across all the available YB-TServers.
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