Do not work for the multipass nodes, as they do not appear to ‘see’ the master node housed in Centos7. I would like the instances to behave as if they are on the same network as my host, as it stands they are not. When I attempt to run the cluster node installation it does not work, there is no error message and the terminal just refreshes to a new line.
This is merely for testing purposes, but as it stands I can not complete the cluster.
I am aware that this can easily be done in multipass alone without the host, but I have not found a way to launch the dashboard in the container, as its completely command based.
our questions is when the gcloud beta filestore instances restore functionality becomes a regular feature?
We use the gcloud beta filestore functions to create a regular backup, but cannot recover from those backups now.
Our question is also: when does gcloud beta filestore backups create become a regular, non-beta, functionality?
I’m planning to open my own startup wich at the beginning won’t be more than 5 people. The core products that I will need is Jira, Confluence and Bitbucket. So I will need max 5 Atlassian accounts.
I would like to manage this users s they do not sign in with private emails but instead I want the to use my custom domains to log in to these services. Logging in in their macOS with the same credential would be nice but this is not so important.
I have made some research and I have found two solutions. G Suite and Atlassian Access. I have seen that it is also possible to use Azure Active Directory but I won’t go with this because Azure is not so startup friendly and very costly.
Is there another way to do this or these are the only options? If this are the only options which one would you suggest? At the moment I’m thinking of G Suite since this will give me access to other G Suite services other than user management.
Having my own server is not an options since this is good for the long run but costs a lot at the beginning.
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It seems a timeout issue. You can exceed time out limitation.
For Staging/Production, increase the Fastly timeout – go to Stores > Configuration > Advanced > System > Full Page Cache > Fastly Configuration, set the Admin Path Timeout to 600, then click on Upload VCL to Fastly
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I noticed one of my google cloud computers stopped connecting to ssh, and when I looked at the serial log, it seems like its not booting up at all. I use the machine for rendering, so I thought maybe the disk filled up, but when I took a snapshot of the disk the file was only 15GB and the disk itself is supposed to be 40 GB. Does anyone know how I can get this disk to boot again?
In Google Cloud PubSub you tipically have subscriptions attached to a topic. I saw a new option to “detach” a subscription from the topic.
My app was having issues so I detached the subscription from the topic instead of deleting it, I thought it was an easy way to “give my app a break”. The issue is, it seems that I cannot reattach the subscription to the topic anymore.
According to this document I can infer that it is not possible to get a subscription to reattach to a topic: https://cloud.google.com/pubsub/docs/admin#detaching_subscriptions
My questions are:
is there a way to reactivate a subscription after it has been detached (I assume no).
what is the recommended way to put a “pause” to a subscription in order to give my system some breath room until I get it back up?
Currently I am developing nodejs application deployed to GKE cluster in google cloud platform. This application will need to call 3rd Party API which is only accessible through VPN so that I have to establish site to site VPN to the 3rd Party API provider network.
I know that site to site VPN can be implemented using GCP Cloud VPN and I have previous experience using GCP Cloud VPN. But the problem for me is this 3rd Party API will only allow one single IP address from my VPC accessing their network, which is a problem since all pods in the GKE cluster has their own ephemeral IP.
The question is that how I can make the outgoing API call from the GKE cluster to the 3rd party API comes only from one single IP address, so that the 3rd party provider admin can whitelist this single IP address to access their API?
I am thinking about using one linux VM as nat router, so that API call to the 3rd party API will go through this nat router first and then from nat router to the Cloud VPN gateway. But when I take a look at the VPC route table, I just can’t see how this method can be implemented, since in the VPC route table I can’t specify particular network segment as source. I can only set the destination and the next hop which will affect all the instances in the VPC.
Below is the link to view current topology of my VPC for reference :
Is this something can be done in GCP or maybe am I looking at the problem in the wrong way ?