Welcome to the examples section of the Kairos documentation! Here, you will find a variety of examples that demonstrate how to use Kairos to create and manage Kubernetes clusters on bare metal.
- Quick Start Guide: This guide will walk you through the process of installing Kairos and creating your first Kubernetes cluster on bare metal.
- Troubleshooting common issues: This page provides solutions to some common issues that you may encounter while using Kairos.
This section describe examples on how to deploy Kairos with k3s as a multi-node cluster
This section describe examples on how to deploy Kairos with k3s as a single-node cluster
This section contains instructions how to deploy Kairos with a High Available control-plane for K3s
This section describe examples on how to use AuroraBoot and Kairos bundles to create ISOs for airgapped installs
This section describe examples on how to use a Kairos bundle to deploy MetalLB on top of K3s
This section describe examples on how to deploy Kairos with k3s and LocalAI
This section describe examples on how to deploy Kairos with k3s and MetalLB
Core images serve as the foundation for creating downstream images or as an installer for deploying other images during the installation process. In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at using Kairos core images as an installer to deploy other container images.
This bundle configures Intel AMT devices during Kairos installation.
Full end to end example to bootstrap a self-coordinated cluster with Kairos and AuroraBoot
Kairos makes it easy to configure automatic High Availability (HA) in your cluster by using cloud-config. With just a few simple steps, you can have a fully-functioning HA setup in your cluster.
This guide walks through the process of deploying a highly-available, P2P self-coordinated k3s cluster with KubeVIP, which provides a high available Elastic IP for the control plane.
Install Kairos with p2p support, on a multi-node cluster
This documentation page provides instructions on how to install Kairos with P2P support on a single-node cluster
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