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re: Interesting approach! It might be of interest as another alternative to use something like k3s.io/ as a lightweight method of setting up a kubernet...
 

K3s is definitely an option, however I’m using K8s mainly for learning, and it’s nice that my config can be converted for use in a public cloud very easily.

Also, running on Pi’s can be a pain unless everything you want to run has an ARM container, or you build your own.

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