"...fully compliant Kubernetes distribution..." - github.com/rancher/k3s
I take that to mean it meets the requirements set for by the K8S team to a drop in replacement. Like how MariaDB is a MySQL compliant replacement.
K3S does not have all the extra / fancy / additional / not 100% required to run a cluster extra parts.
Roger, that's what I figured. Just setting up an RPi Kubernetes cluster next week and didn't know if I should be dumping time into K8s or K3s. Might have to try both!
I'd be interested in your experience with k3s if you go that route.
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