Automatic setup

Setup KuboVisor cloud in less than 30 seconds.

The following content assumes you have kubectl binary installed, as well as a privileged access to your cluster to create listed resources.

For your convenience, we provide a hand-crafted Bash script that will perform all the actions described in the manual setup instructions.

If you are using Windows, you will have to execute these commands in a WSL system or some application like Git Bash.

curl -sO
chmod +x setup_kubovisor

Make sure that your current kubecontext points to the correct cluster by, for example, checking the cluster Nodes:

kubectl get nodes

If this is not the correct cluster, you need to update your KUBECONFIG environment variable to point to the correct kubeconfig file:

export KUBECONFIG=/path/to/kubeconfig.yaml

To setup KuboVisor on your cluster, you need to choose between the limited and read-only permission levels.

This script will create resources on your behalf in your cluster.

If you want to know what is actually done, you can review the resources created in the manual setup instructions.

Please make sure that your current context targets the cluster where you want to setup KuboVisor.

# Use limited permissions
./setup_kubovisor limited

# Use read-only permissions
./setup_kubovisor read-only

At the end of the execution, a kubeconfig file will be generated in the current directory. Use this kubeconfig on KuboVisor to add your cluster.

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