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Dynamically provisioning persistent local storage with Kubernetes
Since you only have one physical node anyway, I would just make the cluster a single-node cluster (1 VM) and use local storage on that VM. I’m biased though because this is what I do (I run K3s and use local path provisioner).
Cloud-Native distributed storage built on and for Kubernetes
You could also look into Longhorn, which is replicated storage.
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