raspberry-pi-dramble

Raspberry Pi Kubernetes cluster that runs HA/HP Drupal 8 (by geerlingguy)

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geerlingguy/raspberry-pi-dramble is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Kubernetes 20 Pi cluster
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-04-16
    I see this kind of question asked a lot when people are posting their Kubernetes Pi clusters. The rpi 4 quad core with 4-8GB RAM gives a lot of potential for the price in a kuberenetes setup I feel. I found the pi dramble project interesting, and even more the turing pi using rpi compute modules. Are NUCs really a cheaper alternative for a kubernetes cluster, every time I start try to come up with something I end up with a far more expensive setup and fewer cores. Any hints on viable setups, e.g. replacing 4x POE powered RPI 4's.?
  • My PoE Pi Cluster.
    reddit.com/r/homelab | 2021-03-23
    My setup is exactly the same as the top photo on https://www.pidramble.com just with the stack'o'pi zip-tied to the switch so I can move it around without the things sliding around.
  • M.2 on a Raspberry Pi – The Tofu CM4 Carrier Board
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-03-12
    Another question: is that MB/sec or MiB/sec? Note that the 400 MiB/sec benchmark is 420 MB/sec.

    Not a _huge_ difference, but it is a difference ;)

    The other major difference is anything non-sequential, especially things like 4K reads. This is where the PCIe->USB->SATA (or PCIe->USB->NVMe) adapter overhead really slows things down.

    Try out my benchmark script and see how it fares: https://github.com/geerlingguy/raspberry-pi-dramble/blob/mas...

    (Thank the marketers for making everything confusing with MiB and MB...)