Once a primary cluster is configured for the K10 Multi-Cluster Manager features can be accessed via the K10 Dashboard.
The K10 Multi-Cluster Manager dashboard will be available at https://<URL to k10 gateway service>/k10/#/clusters for K10 exposed externally or http://127.0.0.1:<forwarding port>/k10/#/clusters for K10 exposed through kubectl port-forward during K10 install. Refer Dashboard Access for more information.
If a cluster is setup as primary, the K10 dashboard will have breadcrumbs that allow navigation to the K10 Multi-Cluster Manager dashboard.
For users to get admin access to the K10 Multi-Cluster Manager dashboard as well as other K10 Multi-Cluster features, additional role bindings may be required.
k10-mc-admin ClusterRole is installed during K10 install/upgrade.
It grants admin users access to Distributions, Clusters, K10 Config, Secrets
and Multi-Cluster RBAC configurations in the K10 multi-cluster namespace.
During bootstrapping, K10 creates a RoleBinding for a default Group
k10:admins in the K10 multi-cluster namespace. Admin users can be added
to this Group and will be able to use the above
k10-mc-admin will be installed under the name
This ClusterRole is not configurable and is installed with K10.
You can also create role bindings for existing users or service accounts.
To bind the
k10-mc-admin ClusterRole to a User, use the following command
$ kubectl create rolebinding <name> --clusterrole=k10-mc-admin \ --namespace=kasten-io-mc \ --user=<name>
To bind the
k10-mc-admin ClusterRole to a ServiceAccount, use the following
$ kubectl create rolebinding <name> --clusterrole=k10-mc-admin \ --namespace=kasten-io-mc \ --serviceaccount=<serviceaccount_namespace>:<serviceaccount_name>
- The complete RBAC reference can be found in the
K10 Multi-Cluster RBAC section.