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This is a guide to increase resources to Terminating Gateway init container. Currently, the resource values are not exposed to helm chart configuration. We can edit the deployment manually as a quick workaround.
Increasing the default resource values will allow the container to load and process properly.
- k8s administrative privileges to Consul namespace.
In the event that the terminating gateway pod gets into a CrashLoopBack state or stuck at the Init state, it may be due to the
terminating-gateway-init running into
OOMkilled with the following log:
2023-03-17T14:35:59.194Z [INFO] Consul login complete 2023-03-17T14:35:59.194Z [INFO] Checking that the ACL token exists when reading it in the stale consistency mode 2023-03-17T14:35:59.196Z [ERROR] Unable to read ACL token; retrying: err="Unexpected response code: 403 (ACL not found)" 2023-03-17T14:35:59.297Z [INFO] Successfully read ACL token from the server 2023-03-17T14:35:59.297Z [INFO] Successfully read ACL token from the server Killed
1) Get the name of the terminating-gateway deployment
kubectl -n consul get deployment
2) Edit the consul-consul-terminating-gateway deployment
kubectl -n consul edit deployment consul-consul-terminating-gateway
3) As a starting point, you may change the limits on the CPU 100m and Memory 100Mi. (Increments of 50 would be acceptable).
4) Save and confirm the changes have been applied and the Terminating Gateway pod(s) are in a running state.
- Kubernetes: kubectl edit