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    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    Still not working, I no longer have this error but it seems stuck at the same place. Do you know by any chance a "how to" that would help me run camel-k on Windows ? Thanks.
    stevef1uk
    @stevef1uk
    Hi, I was wondering if anyone could point me to a good example of calling from a route a RESTful API. I would like to extend the Kafka example and take the messages to pass them to another service. I have in my library Camel in Action V1 & V2, Camel design Patterns and the Camel manual :-) Now, if I had the time to reread all these I could figure it out, but I no longer have the luxury of time. It would be great to get this working with Kamel K because I have just got my service (non Camel) deployed on kubernetes and I would like to invoke it from Camel.
    Claus Ibsen
    @davsclaus
    @stevef1uk use the apache/camel room for general camel questions
    this is for camel-k (camel on kubernetes / cloud-native)
    Claus Ibsen
    @davsclaus
    ah okay, but still its a generic camel question how to call a rest api
    there is the rest component for that
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    @adessaigne I believe such an how to does not exist, the good part is that you could contribute it, if we make it working :)
    @adessaigne dose the cache start up correctly after you fixed the directory already exist problems?
    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    Yes I'll try to write something once I figured out what's going on
    the cache starts and then stops without any error and no context is started
    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    @valdar quick question I didn't found the response, what's the difference between
    kamel install
    kamel install --cluster-setup
    kamel install --skip-cluster-stetup
    I'm also installing with the option --registry <my.full.dns.name> and I mounted a docker registry as docker image. Maybe it's the part that failing.
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    ah yeah you need a registry
    @adessaigne for sure, minikube comes with and addon for that
    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    I think I'll switch over to minikube
    It's not working with docker for windows with kubernetes support
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    if you happen to have a k8s running (not out of minikube) you can try your luck using directly the template to install that registry: https://github.com/kubernetes/minikube/tree/master/deploy/addons/registry
    @adessaigne yeah that is a combination I have never tried
    it might be needed to jump some loops
    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    New strange error : Error: failed to start container "create-kaniko-cache": Error response from daemon: cannot join network of a non running container: 51b5f654faca51b69a5306f846250172355d4e68f
    stevef1uk
    @stevef1uk
    Sorry, I discovered that after posting here.
    adessaigne
    @adessaigne
    @valdar I switch to minishift and it's now working. That being said I think there is an issue with kamel run command not handling properly backslashes in path. I'll investigate a bit more and create a bug
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    tnx! @adessaigne
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    Hi everyone, I was ready the Apache Camel documentation about clustering and found the following: "When the infrastructure offers the possibility to deploy the application on several machines, then you can use the approaches presented before. That means means that you will deploy the same application on several nodes and in this case, we have competitor consumers." (http://camel.apache.org/clustering-and-loadbalancing.html). I.e. there is no coordination when one wants to run Camel in a distributed fashion and we end up with competitor consumers. Does Camel K aim to improve scenarios in which you want to run camel in distributed fashion?
    reading*
    Very promising project btw, like it a lot :)
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    @nielsmeima_gitlab camel-k has not much more than camel to deal with competitor consumers
    that said, in camel you can ensure just one of all your deployed consumer is active at a given time by using the master api
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    Aaah that is interesting. So I could still have some redundancy in the form of multiple running containers, which I can coordinate with the master api
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    that underneath can be configured to leverage a number of clustering technologies supported in camel
    like jgroups, jgrousp-raft, consul and so on
    @nielsmeima_gitlab exactly
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    That is interesting, for my use case it would probably rely on Zookeeper since it is already running. Cool though.
    Thanks for the quick reply!
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    zookeeper was the first one supported so you should be good
    np
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    :))
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    Oh, and for anyone else wondering about the same thing. @nicolaferraro basically describes the use case in a blogpost: https://www.nicolaferraro.me/2017/10/17/creating-clustered-singleton-services-on-kubernetes/
    Andrea Tarocchi
    @valdar
    @nielsmeima_gitlab ah yeah forgot about that :/
    Niels Meima
    @nielsmeima_gitlab
    Any idea when 0.3.4 will be released? Currently, is the KNative example are broken, but a fix has already been merged into master.
    Zoran Regvart
    @zregvart
    I thought I'd share this VSCode extension for Camel-K here: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=camel-tooling.vscode-camelk
    Claus Ibsen
    @davsclaus
    @nielsmeima_gitlab ask on apache/camel-k#683
    Zoran Regvart
    @zregvart
    Schedule for ApacheCon NA has been published: https://www.apachecon.com/acna19/schedule.html it features 1.5 days of integration talks, with quite some talks on Camel!
    Claus Ibsen
    @davsclaus
    Camel K 0.3.4 under VOTE. You can install and test it and report back
    sully6768
    @sully6768
    Hey All, when you execute kamel run someroute.java, is there a way to specify what the min/max number of instances are? Or some type of threshold as to when the number of pods should increase?
    sully6768
    @sully6768
    Also, issue Camel-K issue #654 is still an issue
    Luca Burgazzoli
    @lburgazzoli
    @sully6768 if you are running in knative, you can configure all the above, with plain deployment no, you are very welcome to open an issue
    about the other issue, can you add more info ? logs and resources created by camel-k ?
    sully6768
    @sully6768
    Thanks @lburgazzoli. I added the installation steps and all the details I have. Please let me know if you have any further questions.