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Perhaps there was a transient error. I just accessed a new node and was able to SSH from devstack-cc to compute-node as expected. Could you please try the lab again.
Hi, the labs were designed in such a way that they can be done on a free tier without issues.
Great! Glad to hear that worked. DNS is an area of much change and growth with Kubernetes and there are several settings which change the name resolution order.
Ah, I had hoped the ping command was also in the container. You could deploy a different container using a full OS like Ubuntu to further troubleshoot, but that will take a lot of resources. What does the containers /etc/resolv.conf file show as a nameserver? (cat /etc/resolv.conf)
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You are right, calico is needed for multi node clusters. In our case, we have the master and the second node. If you noticed on lab 2.1, the section on Configuring the Master, page 5, there are a few steps which instruct us to remove a taint. That taint removal enables the cluster to schedule pods on the master node as well.