These pages describes the application, equipment, and networking requirements when it comes to nodes where in actuality the Rancher host will be set up. The Rancher host may be set up for a solitary node or a high-availability Kubernetes group.
It is essential to remember that in the event that you install Rancher on a Kubernetes group, needs will vary through the node needs for downstream individual groups, that may run your apps and solutions.
Verify the node(s) when it comes to Rancher host match the requirements that are following
For a listing of recommendations that people suggest for operating the Rancher host in manufacturing, make reference to the most effective techniques part.
The Rancher UI is most effective in Firefox or Chrome.
Rancher should assist any contemporary Linux circulation.
For the container runtime, RKE should make use of any Docker that is modern version while K3s should make use of any contemporary type of Docker or containerd.
Rancher and RKE have now been tested and are also supported on Ubuntu, CentOS, Oracle Linux, RancherOS, and RedHat Enterprise Linux.