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, we can simply
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.