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Google cloud shows persistent disk SSD is full, wherease I do not have anything deployed currently

I am deploying a kubernetes cluster always in the demo namespace. However, even after deleting my namespace, google cloud shows almost full persistent disk usage. This behaviour does not happen every ...
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Server error 502 - problems with .net core web app deploy made on GCloud's GKE using OAuth 2.0 Authentication

I have an MVC .net core 6 web application that uses Google's OAuth2.0 authentication and I cannot publish it with Kubernetes. Project context: Locally it compiles and runs normally, including creating ...
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gcloud sdk installation fails when it previously succeeded, did something externally break?

FROM debian:buster-slim RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y cron vim wget git zip unzip curl RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y gpg RUN echo "deb [signed-by=/usr/...
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Setting boot disk size for goole compute engine

I'm setting up a GCE instance for machine learning training. I first did this: gcloud compute instances create my_instance --image=pytorch-latest-gpu-v20240128-ubuntu-2004 --image-project=...
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How can I change the context of kubectl commands and helm?

Currently helm is installing to the wrong cluster on GKE, how can I install to a different cluster?
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Terraform kubernetes_manifest: forbidden: User "system:anonymous" cannot get path "/apis"

Getting the following error with Terraform forbidden: User "system:anonymous" cannot get path "/apis" In context, │ Error: Invalid configuration for API client │ │ with acme....
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Terraform error: Provider "registry.terraform.io/hashicorp/google" requires explicit configuration. Add a provider block to the root module

Is there anyway to find out what triggers a message like this, Provider "registry.terraform.io/hashicorp/google" requires explicit configuration. Add a provider block to the root module and ...
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