Fleet cluster in Wait Applied state is missing the fleet-agent

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When exploring the Continuous Delivery > Clusters section in the Rancher UI, there may be clusters that are in the Wait Applied state. This is likely because the fleet-agent deployment is missing in the cluster. To confirm, explore the cluster and go to Workloads > Deployments and check to see if there is a fleet-agent deployment under the cattle-fleet-system namespace.


If the fleet-agent deployment is missing, it can be recovered by doing a Force Update on the clusters in question in the Continuous Delivery > Clusters section of the Rancher UI.


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  • Document ID:000021064
  • Creation Date: 06-Jul-2023
  • Modified Date:06-Jul-2023
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