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Deploying Grafana Mimir with Jsonnet and Tanka
Follow the steps at https://tanka.dev/install. If you have
goinstalled locally you can also use:console
# make sure to be outside of GOPATH or a go.mod project go install github.com/grafana/tanka/cmd/tk@latest go install github.com/jsonnet-bundler/jsonnet-bundler/cmd/jb@latest
Set up a Jsonnet project, based on the example that follows:
- Initialize Tanka
- Install Grafana Mimir and Kubernetes Jsonnet libraries
- Set up an environment
#!/usr/bin/env bash # SPDX-License-Identifier: AGPL-3.0-only set -e # Initialise the Tanka. mkdir jsonnet-example && cd jsonnet-example tk init --k8s=1.21 # Install Mimir jsonnet. jb install github.com/grafana/mimir/operations/mimir@main # Use the provided example. cp vendor/mimir/mimir-manifests.jsonnet.example environments/default/main.jsonnet # Generate the YAML manifests. export PAGER=cat tk show environments/default
Generate the Kubernetes YAML manifests and store them in the
# Generate the YAML manifests: export PAGER=cat tk show environments/default tk export manifests environments/default
Configure the environment specification file at
To learn about how to use Tanka and to configure the
spec.jsonfile, see Using Jsonnet: Creating a new project.
Deploy the manifests to a Kubernetes cluster, in one of two ways:
Tanka supports commands to show the
applychanges to a Kubernetes cluster:sh
# Show the difference between your Jsonnet definition and your Kubernetes cluster: tk diff environments/default # Apply changes to your Kubernetes cluster: tk apply environments/default
You generated the Kubernetes manifests and stored them in the
./manifestsdirectory in the previous step.
You can run the following command to directly apply these manifests to your Kubernetes cluster:sh
# Review the changes that will apply to your Kubernetes cluster: kubectl apply --dry-run=client -k manifests/ # Apply the changes to your Kubernetes cluster: kubectl apply -k manifests/
Note: The generated Kubernetes manifests create resources in the
defaultnamespace. To use a different namespace, change the
namespaceconfiguration option in the
environments/default/main.jsonnetfile, and re-generate the Kubernetes manifests.