Before installing Liqo, you have to set the right
kubeconfig for your cluster properly. The Liqo installer leverages
kubectl: by default kubectl refers to the default identity in
~/.kube/config but you can override this configuration by exporting a
For the clusters, we just deployed in the previous step, you can type:
You can find more details about configuring
kubectl in the official documentation.
Now, you can install Liqo by launching:
curl -sL https://get.liqo.io | bash
If you want to know more about possible customizations, you can show the help message:
curl -sL https://get.liqo.io | bash -s -- --help
Similarly, as done on the first cluster, you can deploy Liqo on the second cluster:
export KUBECONFIG=./liqo_kubeconf_2 curl -sL https://get.liqo.io | bash
Now, you have two clusters with Liqo enabled. Once you have two clusters ready, you can start the peering procedure.