A container runtime compatible with Kubernetes (Docker v1.13+, containerd v1.3.7+, etc.)
open-iscsi has been installed on all the nodes of the Kubernetes cluster, and iscsid daemon is running on all the nodes. This is necessary, since Longhorn relies on iscsiadm on the host to provide persistent volumes to Kubernetes.
For GKE, recommended Ubuntu as guest OS image since it contains open-iscsi already.
For SUSE/openSUSE, use zypper install open-iscsi to install.
For Debian/Ubuntu, use apt-get install open-iscsi to install.
For RHEL/CentOS, use yum install iscsi-initiator-utils to install.
For EKS with EKS Kubernetes Worker AMI with AmazonLinux2 image,
use yum install iscsi-initiator-utils to install. You may need to edit cluster security group to allow ssh access.
A host filesystem supports file extents feature on the nodes to store the data. Currently we support: