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FADI - Ingest, store and analyse big data flows

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FAQ - Frequently asked questions

What do I need to test FADI?

How can I get help on how to use FADI?

In case you encounter an issue with FADI, have a feature request or any other question, feel free to open an issue.

Why “FADI”?

FADI is the acronym for “Framework d’Analyse de Données Industrielles” (“A Framework for Industrial Data Analysis”)

FADI is not working

In case you encounter an issue with FADI, have a feature request or any other question, feel free to open an issue.

Please make sure the following steps have been taken beforehand:

OSx - slow installation

Note for Mac users : you need to change the network interface in the Minikube vm: in the VirtualBox GUI, go to minikube->Configuration->Network->Interface 1->advanced and change Interface Type to PCnet-FAST III (the minikube vm should be shut down in order to be able to change the network interface: minikube stop

Windows Installation

This is still not totally supported, some guidelines here #55

How to configure external access to the deployed services?

When deploying on a generic Kubernetes cluster, you will want to make the services accessible from the outside.

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In a Minikube setting, make sure the ingress plugin is enabled (minikube addons enable ingress), and populate your /etc/hosts file accordingly.

How to configure Kubernetes Storage Class?

If you encounter the error pod has unbound PersistentVolumeClaims, make sure you have a default StorageClass in your cluster.

To list the StorageClasses in your cluster:

kubectl get storageclass

The output should be similar to this:

NAME                 PROVISIONER               AGE
standard (default)   kubernetes.io/gce-pd      1d

If there is no StorageClass, you can create one by using Local Path Provisioner.

To mark a StorageClass as default, run this command where <your-class-name> is the StorageClass name:

kubectl patch storageclass <your-class-name> -p '{"metadata": {"annotations":{"storageclass.kubernetes.io/is-default-class":"true"}}}'

If you follow Local Path Provisioner your StorageClass name will be local-path, so to mark it as default you can run this command:

kubectl patch storageclass local-path -p '{"metadata": {"annotations":{"storageclass.kubernetes.io/is-default-class":"true"}}}'

Important note: FADI should be installed in the same namespace as the StorageClass.

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