I have two docker images that run on two different node pools. Api runs on say node-pool-a, Api-legacy runs on node-pool-b.
Now I wanted to access both via same loadbalancer using this snippet.
apiVersion: v1 kind: Service metadata: name: api-service spec: selector: app: api ports: - name: api port: 8000 targetPort: 8000 - name: api-legacy port: 1883 targetPort: 1883 type: LoadBalancer
But I notice I can use selector for one deployment. Help!
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Load balancers can listen on multiple ports, but they can only point at one backend service.
You’ll need to put something like ingress-nginx behind the load balancer to route traffic for different domains to different services:
There was a similar question asked here:
Hope that this helps!