Use the Verrazzano Console
To register a cluster, complete the following steps:
For information about
syncClusters, see Enable syncClusters.
kubectl apply -f - <<EOF apiVersion: install.verrazzano.io/v1beta1 kind: Verrazzano metadata: name: admin spec: profile: prod components: clusterOperator: overrides: - values: syncClusters: enabled: true EOF
On the admin cluster, open the Rancher console.
You can find the Rancher console URL for your cluster by following the instructions here.
Select Cluster Management, and then click Import Existing Cluster.
Provide a name for your managed cluster, for example, managed1.
Optional. In your Verrazzano configuration, if you specified a cluster label selector, then under Labels & Annotations provide the
valuefor the cluster. The
valueinformation must match the cluster selection
matchExpressionin your Verrazzano configuration for selective cluster registration to occur.
On the next screen, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration by running the provided command against the managed cluster.
After the cluster reaches the
Active state in the console, synchronization with Verrazzano will happen automatically and a VerrazzanoManagedCluster resource will be created in the
Run the following command to view the details and status of Verrazzano’s multicluster initialization operations:
$ kubectl get vmc -n verrazzano-mc <Rancher_cluster_name> -o yaml
For more information, see Registering Existing Clusters in the Rancher documentation.
NOTE: You can also register managed clusters using
kubectl, see Register Managed Clusters using kubectl.
- Verify your multicluster Verrazzano environment set up by following the instructions at Verify Multicluster Installation.
- Deploy multicluster example applications. See Examples of using Verrazzano in a multicluster environment.
NOTETo deregister a managed cluster, see Deregister a Managed Cluster.
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