Unable to connect to the kubernetes cluster

Posted April 14, 2020 1.3k views

When performing any “kubectl *” command, I get a response: “Unable to connect to the server: net/http: TLS handshake timeout”

The pods and services running on the cluster are still up and running, however any connections made through the kubernetes api seem to be hanging up.

When running “doctl kubernetes cluster list” the cluster shows with a status of “degraded”.

I tried creating another pool of worker nodes in the cluster, but it seems like it’s hung on provisioning the worker nodes:

Very similar to this issue from a couple days ago:

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Can you open up a support ticket. Support should be able to get this resolved for you.