This guide will walk you through the recommended path to get Pachyderm running locally on OSX or Linux.
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Kubernetes offers a fantastic guide to install minikube. Follow the Kubernetes installation guide to install Virtual Box, Minikibe, and Kubectl. Then come back here to install Pachyderm.
Note: Any time you want to stop and restart Pachyderm, you should start fresh with
minikube delete and
minikube start. Minikube isn’t meant to be a production environment and doesn’t handle being restarted well without a full wipe.
pachctl is a command-line utility used for interacting with a Pachyderm cluster.
# For OSX: $ brew tap pachyderm/tap && brew install firstname.lastname@example.org # For Linux (64 bit): $ curl -o /tmp/pachctl.deb -L https://github.com/pachyderm/pachyderm/releases/download/v1.4.7-RC1/pachctl_1.4.7-RC1_amd64.deb && sudo dpkg -i /tmp/pachctl.deb
Note: To install an older version of Pachyderm, navigate to that version using the menu in the bottom left.
To check that installation was successful, you can try running
pachctl help, which should return a list of Pachyderm commands.
Now that you have Minikube running, it’s incredibly easy to deploy Pachyderm.
pachctl deploy local
This generates a Pachyderm manifest and deploys Pachyderm on Kubernetes. It may take a few minutes for the pachd nodes to be running because it’s pulling containers from DockerHub. You can see the cluster status by using
kubectl get all:
$ kubectl get all NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE po/etcd-hvb78 1/1 Running 0 55s po/pachd-1kwsx 1/1 Running 0 55s NAME DESIRED CURRENT READY AGE rc/etcd 1 1 1 55s rc/pachd 1 1 1 55s NAME CLUSTER-IP EXTERNAL-IP PORT(S) AGE svc/etcd 10.0.0.105 <nodes> 2379:32379/TCP,2380:30003/TCP 55s svc/kubernetes 10.0.0.1 <none> 443/TCP 4m svc/pachd 10.0.0.144 <nodes> 650:30650/TCP,651:30651/TCP 55s
Note: If you see a few restarts on the pachd nodes, that’s ok. That simply means that Kubernetes tried to bring up those containers before etcd was ready so it restarted them.
The last step is to set up port forwarding so commands you send can reach Pachyderm within the VM. We background this process since port forwarding blocks.
$ pachctl port-forward &
Once port forwarding is complete, pachctl should automatically be connected. Try
pachctl version to make sure everything is working.
$ pachctl version COMPONENT VERSION pachctl 1.4.0 pachd 1.4.0
We’re good to go!
If for any reason
port-forward doesn’t work, you can connect directly by setting
ADDRESS to the minikube IP with port 30650.
$ minikube ip 192.168.99.100 $ export ADDRESS=192.168.99.100:30650