Alpine Linux as a Kubernetes worker node

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Hello, y’all! Some days ago I’ve decided to try use Alpine 3.12 as a Kubernetes worker node. This installation was successful, a joining to the existing cluster (v1.18.4) too. As network plugin we use Flannel 0.12. So, this node shows as ready, scheduling to this one works, but there is a problem with networking: it’s unknown why pods on this node are unable to get a resolved address from hostnames. It seems, Coredns doesn’t work, but it works properly on other nodes (Ubuntu 20.04). So, could you give me any hints to resolve this issue? I appreciate every helpful thing. submitted by /u/djenakuros [link] [comments]

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