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Subject: Fwd: Net::Kubernetes API question
Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 17:24:18 -0500
To: bug-Net-Kubernetes [...] rt.cpan.org
From: santa claus <santarupa100 [...] gmail.com>
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Hi Cpan admins, I tried to contact the author of the Net::Kubernetes module for some insight on an issue I'm having while using this API but I get a returned email saying the email 'dave@perljedi.com' is not valid. Could you take a look? Thanks very much! Show quoted text
---------- Forwarded message --------- Subject: Net::Kubernetes API question To: <dave@perljedi.com> Hi Dave, this is Santa. I'm a newbie DevOps engineer in the East coast. I try to use your library Net::Kubernetes to interact with K8S cluster thru Perl, but running into some issue while trying to instantiate the kube object with the new() method. Your documentation mentions those SSL key certificate options and I tried my code below but it didn't pass the authentication: my $kube = Net::Kubernetes->new( url => 'https://myK8Scluster:8443', username => 'kubernetes-admin', ssl_ca_file => '/src/ssl_ca_file.txt', ssl_cert_file => '/src/ssl_cert_file.txt', ssl_key_file => '/src/ssl_key_file.txt' ); It throws this error: Can't connect to myK8Scluster:8443 Trace begun at /opt/ActivePerl-5.28/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.28.1/Net/Kubernetes/Role/ResourceLister.pm line 42 Notice the values for those properties inside the new() method are extracted from a local Kubernetes cluster which has the following KubeConfig file ( I extracted the CA, client cert, and client key and save them into 3 separate text files, which I then reference inside the new() method above ): apiVersion: v1 clusters: - cluster: certificate-authority-data: <...the CA key....> server: https://myK8Scluster:8443 name: cluster.local contexts: - context: cluster: cluster.local user: kubernetes-admin name: kubernetes-admin@cluster.local current-context: kubernetes-admin@cluster.local kind: Config preferences: {} users: - name: kubernetes-admin user: client-certificate-data: <....the cert....> client-key-data: <...the client key......> Since I couldn't find any Perl example on the net to show usage of your library, I just want to check with you to see if I call your new() method correctly, or whether I need to provide any extra params/options into the new() method? Any insight is greatly appreciated. Thanks! Santa.
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cpan admins aren't responsible for this domain. The same domain is listed in the authors github profile. There are several reasons why this is no longer valid/being updated. Historically posting on perlmonks/blogs.perl when trying to contact an author has to my knowledge been successful in tracking down a valid method of contact.


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