Kubernetes version: 1.19.2
Cloud being used: bare-metal
Host OS: Ubuntu 16.04
Here is my situation:
My cluster has one master and two slaves, and I create a deployment with 2 replicas so each slave has one pod, the image I’m running is tensorflow-jupyter. Then I create a NodePort type service for this deployment and I thought I can separately run these two pods at the same time, but I was wrong.
Tensorflow-jupyter have to use token it gives to login, everything is fine if there has only 1 pod, but if the replicas is 2 or more, it will have server error after login and logout by itself after I press F5, then I can’t use the token to login anymore. Similar situation happens to Wordpress, too.
I think I shouldn’t use NodePort type to doing this, but I don’t know if other service type can solve this problem. I don’t have load balancer to try and I don’t know how to use ExternalName.
Is there has any way to expose a service for a deployment with 2 or more replicas(one pod per slave)? Or I only can create a lot of deployments all with 1 pod and then expose same amount of services for each deployment?