This section describes the different types of nextgen gateway installation procedures.
The NextGen gateway collector is currently deployed in the following three ways:
This section also includes:
- Installation of High Availability Gateway
- Installation of NextGen Gateway on Ubuntu VM
- Helm Based Deployment
- Kubernetes Dashboard
For advanced configuration, refer to the Collector Bootstrap Tool documentation.
Gateway Capacity Parameters
|CPU||Memory||Capacity (resources/min)||Capacity (metrics/min)|
|Large||8 core||16 GB||400||3200|
|Medium||4 core||8 GB||200||1600|
The above capacity parameters are approximate and can vary depending on various factors, such as template frequency, resource type, network protocol, and the type of metrics.
How do I add proxy settings to Node?
Step-1: Add the proxy settings to
Step-2: Login again with the same user for the proxy settings to function properly. Step-3: Now, install the k3s.
HTTP_PROXY= HTTPS_PROXY= NO_PROXY=localhost,127.0.0.1,10.43.0.1,<NODE_IPs>
Step-4: The proxy settings listed above will also be added to
How do I change proxy settings at the node level after installing k3s?
Step-1: Edit the proxy settings in
Step-2: Now, use the following command to restart the k3s service:
systemctl restart k3s