You want to use Google’s Autopilot for your gitlab runners, but your job/builds fail because of low resources (ie ephemeral storage).
You can use a limit range to increase the limits for ephemeral storage or/and memory that will make Google’s autopilot to use them and scale them appropriately.
Create a limit range file like:
And then apply it to your cluster
kubectl -n namespace apply -f limit_range.yaml
You want to create a GKE cluster in Google using Terraform Cloud and the instructions provided https://registry.terraform.io/providers/hashicorp/google/4.3.0/docs/guides/getting_started#using-terraform-cloud-as-the-backend
You are creating a service account in Google Service Accounts and you have set up the environment variable GOOGLE_CREDENTIALS (after removing the new lines from the json file with
tr -d '\n' < original_google_file.json > no_newlines_google_file.json.
But when trying to create the GKE cluster you get the following error in Terraform
Required 'compute.networks.create' permission
The default permissions when creating the Service Account are not enough.
Add the Editor role to your service account, by going to IAM, Permissions for Project, as it does not seem possible to add this permission by editing the Service Account.
You want to add the Google calendar tab in your thunderbird but you don’t want to use the standard google mail calendar, but the one setup for your domain.
Install the Google Calendar add on in Thunderbird:
Tools -> Addons -> Get Add-ons and then search for Calendar (Google Calendar Tab)
The when thunderbird is restarted go and change the default domain for logging in to the calender in:
Tools – Add-ons -> Extensions
and select the Preferences in the Google Calendar Tab.
from there select the ‘Google Apps for your domain’ and then change the URL into something like: