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Got "Error: chart requires kubeVersion: >=1.19.0-0 which is incompatible with Kubernetes v1.16.0" when deploy kube-prometheus-stack using Argo CD

It turns out the issue was caused by I deploying an old Argo CD server v 2.11.3 instead of the new v7.1.3. Because initially I got confused by these two Argo CD related versions at https://artifacthub....
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Sealed Secrets got "error: cannot fetch certificate" in Amazon EKS cluster

In my case, my Amazon EKS is provisioned by terraform-aws-modules, kubeseal is using port 8080. After updating my node security policy to allow connection from port 8080, kubeseal can work properly. ...
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Migrating from a Helm chart release to an ArgoCD Application

You can do this in three steps: 1)Remove the Helm Releases without deleting resources This can be done by deleting the secrets in which the release is stored. Run: kubectl get secret | grep helm ...
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Combine Helm charts or leave separate?

There can be advantages to this. I have seen situations where "includes" can become very unwieldy. For example in C/C++, include files can go many, many layers deep. If I have in my main ...
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Ideal way to save edits to a Kubernetes Deployment/StatefulSet

You can show the differences between your cluster state and the installed Helm release with: helm get manifest <release_name> | kubectl diff -f - You can then compare the differences with the ...
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while installing Kubernetes package related error occur, image attached how i can solve it ? (all ports are open)

Please install CRI - crio which will install dependent packages. Please refer k8s documentation which has details of installing crio.
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How to get kubernetes pod network CIDR

This works practically in any cluster: kubectl create service clusterip testcidr \ --tcp='8080:8080' --clusterip='1.0.0.0' error: failed to create ClusterIP service: Service "testcidr&...
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Best practices of authentication to Vault

As noted above in Vasilii's answer, you should be using short lived tokens and using the vault to change credentials upon use or on a regular interval (eg, HashiCorp database drivers can rotate ...
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How to set context to be default in kubectl?

Alternatively run grep current-context ~/.kube/config to see the current context. If it's not set to the desired one, edit ~/.kube/config and change that line.
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