I'm going to take the opportunity to wipe the Kubernetes cluster, which I think might be worth doing regularly anyways to prove it can be done. Ideally everything difficult-to-create or "big" should be stored in MooseFS.
I went through the same procedure as before to create a K3s cluster:
Unfortunately the cluster never provisioned. I suspect there's an issue with my networking, as clusters get stuck with "waiting for cluster agent to be available".
The culprit seems to be the wildcard entry I had at *.windowpa.in - see https://fabricat.medium.com/the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-with-dns-wildcard-entries-and-kubernetes-413df9168ad8 for details. Removing that allowed the cluster to successfully provision.
Join me next time, where we'll put something exciting on K8s. Or not. Whatever.