Google Kubernetes Engine¶
This guide offers recommended configurations and settings unique to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). These should be used to augment the generic requirements offered on our primary requirements page.
We have found that the Basic SSD and High Scale SSD performance tiers
for Google Cloud Filestore
provide competent performance for use with Anaconda Enterprise.
The minimum storage sizes are 2.5TiB for the Basic SSD tier and 10TiB
for the High Scale SSD Tier. Because Filestore volumes supports the
ReadWriteMany access mode, a single volume can serve both
- Do not change the default export options. In particular,
squash-modeshould remain as
- When granting access to this volume, include not just the GKE cluster itself, but to the Administration server as well. This will enable the server to be used to initialize relevant directories, set permissions, perform backups, and so forth.
- The ownership of the root directory should be set to
<UID>is the non-zero UID selected to run the Anaconda Enterprise containers.
- The permissions should be set to
775; group writability is required.