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Kubernetes, mySQL and files
Currently, I have a Kubernetes Cluster with a pool containing 3 nodes. (The default option when creating a cluster).
A total cluster capacity of 150GB of disk and 6GB of memory.
I’ve installed kubectl on my machine and pushed an image to it… (A .net Core API with a mySql database).... The .NET Api is working, but right now it can’t connect to a mysql database yet, because I need to make it works… And here comes my questions:
1- I can replicate this .net API, but I obviously can’t create “copies” of the database, it must be one, being accessed by all .net copies. How can I achieve that? Do I need to create a “Volume” to this .mysql database?
2- I will need to store the uploaded files of my .net project (are basically images and .pdf, nothing else). Can I store them on this 150GB of disk in my pool, or do I need to create a separate volume to store these uploaded images and PDF?
Thank you in advance!
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