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  2. NAS-109481

coredns container keeps restarting since install

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      I have truenas scale installed on Vmware esxi VM with 2 Cpu and 16gb ram ...

      I am on the nightly build and I upgrade every few days ...problem has not resolved after at least 5 version updates

      I have the k3s running but since install the coredns container just keeps restarting and never comes up ...the other services all start fine.

      I have tried a number of K3s solutions but they did not make any differance or were just not an option due to the custom install ...

      I could just blow the install away and start again but I would prefer to fix the issue encase this happens in production at a later stage.

      this is my first time working with kubernetes but I have been using docker for a few years

      I am not sure what logs etc would be useful to problem solve this issue but here is the container logs out put ...

      hn-trnas-1# kubectl logs coredns-854c77959c-nv5n4 -n kube-system
      .:53
      [INFO] plugin/reload: Running configuration MD5 = 442b35f70385f5c97f2491a0ce8a27f6
      CoreDNS-1.8.0
      linux/amd64, go1.15.3, 054c9ae
      hn-trnas-1# kubectl logs coredns-854c77959c-nv5n4 -n kube-system
      .:53
      [INFO] plugin/reload: Running configuration MD5 = 442b35f70385f5c97f2491a0ce8a27f6
      CoreDNS-1.8.0
      linux/amd64, go1.15.3, 054c9ae
      [INFO] SIGTERM: Shutting down servers then terminating

       

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                richardholst richard holst
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