Troubleshooting downstream cluster disconnections and kubectl timeouts in Rancher 2.6.4 and 2.6.5
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Clusters will be unavailable or running kubectl commands from the built-in shell from the UI will timeout.
kubectl get nodes Unable to connect to the server: net/http: request canceled (Client.Timeout exceeded while awaiting headers) There are no log errors in rancher or downstream agents Log nginx: upstream_status="-" upstream_response_time="32.000" request_uri="/k8s/clusters/[cluster]/apis?timeout=32s"
To restart the Rancher Pods:
kubectl rollout restart deploy rancher -n cattle-system ; kubectl rollout status deploy rancher -n cattle-system
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- Creation Date: 01-Sep-2022
- Modified Date:21-Dec-2022
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