Kubernetes + AGs + SQL Server 2019 CTP 3

Allan Hirt has a fix for an annoying bug in the latest CTP of SQL Server 2019:

I haven’t written much about them yet (key emphasis there …) but AGs now being supported for containers in SQL Server 2019 is a big deal. Recently, SQL Server 2019 CTP 3.0 was released, but there’s a slight problem: if you try to deploy an AG with Kubernetes, you may see the following errors when trying to deploy the pods with the YAML that contains their definition. The services (i.e. instances of SQL Server) get created, but the pods do not.

Read on for the root cause and the solution.

Related Posts

Why Root Containers are Troublesome

Andrew Pruski explains to us why it can be bad to have a container user running as root: Recently I noticed that Microsoft uploaded a new dockerfile to the mssql-docker repository on Github. This dockerfile was under the mssql-server-linux-non-root directory and (you guessed it) allows SQL Server containers to run as non-root. But why is running a container as […]

Read More

Non-Root SQL Server 2019 Containers

Vin Yu announces a change to Microsoft’s container configuration for SQL Server 2019: The application process within most Docker containers is running as a root user meaning the process has root privileges within the container user space. The root user within the container is also the same root (uid 0) on the host machine, and […]

Read More

Categories

June 2019
MTWTFSS
« May Jul »
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930