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- in a stateful set or a deployment?
- are the pods part of that stateful set?
- Yes, i have some services running and it can talk to each other via service dns or service ip. But when i tried to access them from statefulset, i didnot work. Yes, i have some services running and it can talk to each other via service dns or service ip. But when i tried to access them from statefulset, i didnot work. [September 4th, 2017 9:12 AM] alfianabdi: Hi, anyone know why when i use stateful set, any pods in stateful set cannot access other servive by service ip?
- Is your pod stateful?
- stateful set creates by default no? an headless service
- if we have a stateful set, can we not delete this pod?
- Oh you mean on the stateful set itself?
- @mikej if you deploy a stateful set you do not see any pods what would you do ? :smile:
- but @hubt and perform the switch later I though k8s will create a new identical stateful set rolling update is for update of pods inside the same stateful set right?
- bunch of stateful apps?