# The first two (2) lines are used to indicate what the section does.
# We use them to group stuff, if you need multi-cluster just copy,paste and
# rewrite everything after the first 2 lines
# This is what you change typically: name is k3ai internal instance name,
# enabled is to tell k3ai if you want to install it or not
# type means what need to be installed
# config if the cluster flavor has it's own config file (kubeconfig)
enabled: false # Set it to True to enable the section
clusterName: demo-wsl-k3s # This is the name of your cluster
# clusterStart is helpful when you install on things like WSL that do not have
clusterStart: "sudo bash -ic 'k3s server --write-kubeconfig-mode 644 ...'"
# If the OS is not needed may be removed so the three below
# are mutually exclusive, if not needed set them to null or remove it
linux: "https://get.k3s.io | K3S_KUBECONFIG_MODE=644 sh -s -"
# If you want to add automatically some plugins you may use the group below
- repo: #where is your plugin located?