I have a new install of Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi 4. I used snap to install microk8s.
microk8s.status says the cluster is not running
microk8s.inspect shows all the services running
kubectl get nodes shows one node, not ready
Before installing I didn’t enable cgroups memory, so I did that and then rebooted, but that made no difference.
Are there other steps required to get this running? Unlike with kubeadm installs I didn’t manually disable swap, is that necessary?
Are there steps I can/should take to troubleshoot? What am I looking for in terms of likely reasons the cluster wouldn’t start up?
Kubernetes version: 1.16.3
Cloud being used: bare-metal
Installation method: snap
Host OS: Ubuntu
CNI and version:
CRI and version: