Commit bd33723e authored by Marco Lorini's avatar Marco Lorini
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2020-10-12 ML: fix Readme

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To create the clusters on Openstack, it is possible to use the follow Juju bundle: https://jaas.ai/u/csd-garr/kubernetes-openstack-integrator/bundle.
Once all the clusters for federation have been created, it is useful to collect all cluster access configurations (.kube/config) in a single config file. In this way you can easily switch from one cluster to another.
Below is an example of a compound file config:
Below is an example:
```
apiVersion: v1
......@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ $ sudo mv kubefedctl /usr/local/bin/ # make sure the location is in the PATH
### KubeFed server (Control Plane)
To install the Controll Plane, switch to the host context and configuring the RBAC role for Helm (in this case we use Helm v2):
To install the Controll Plane, switch to the host context and configuring the RBAC role for Tiller (in this case we use Helm v2):
```
$ cat << EOF | kubectl apply -f -
......@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ $ kubectl -n kube-federation-system get kubefedclusters
## Enable API
To enable a resource to be federated it is necessary to use the enable command of kubefedctl:
To enable a type of resource to be federated it is necessary to use the enable command of kubefedctl:
```
$ kubefedctl enable <api-resources-name.api-group> --kubefed-namespace kube-federation-system
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