I would suggest making sure that ```kubectl config view``` returns valid
date in the same Linux account that you're using to log into Cockpit.

But helping you with this, without being able to see the code is gonna
be pretty hit and miss. Suggest you push something to GitHub somewhere
so folks can try it out and give advice.

Stef

On 02.02.2018 18:58, Iván Chavero wrote:
> El jue, 01-02-2018 a las 06:30 +0100, Stef Walter escribió:
>> Maybe something like this, or its related code would be a place to
>> start
>> investigating?
>>
>> pkg/kubernetes/scripts/main.js:
>> KubeDiscoverSettingsProvider.KubeDiscoverSettingsFactory =
>> "cockpitKubeDiscoverSettings";
> 
> I checked the code related to that and tried this:
> 
>  kubectl = cockpitKubectlConfig.read();
>  request = new CockpitKubeRequest("POST", rc_link, 
> JSON.stringify(data.data), kubectl);
> 
> 
> but still didn't work
> 
>>
> Cheers,
> 
> Stef
> 
> On 01.02.2018 04:12, Iván Chavero wrote:
> Hello, 
> 
> I'm writing a cockpit package based on the kubernetes modules and
> i 
> got an error while trying to create replication controllers and
> services from files:
> 
> kube-controller-manager[3793]: I0131 20:56:41.083074    3793
> event.go:217]
> Event(v1.ObjectReference{Kind:"ReplicationController",
> Namespace:"default", Name:"webserver-controller", UID:"52463259-
> 064a-
> 11e8-b244-086d41bdeb72", APIVersion:"v1",
> ResourceVersion:"1741601",
> FieldPath:""}): type: 'Warning' reason: 'FailedCreate' Error
> creating:
> No API token found for service account "default", retry after the
> token
> is automatically created and added to the service account
> 
> i'm trying to create the service and replication controller with
> the
> following code:
> 
>             $http.get(service.rc_file).then(function(data)
>             {   
>                 service.json.service = data.data;
>                 console.log("Creating RC from JSON: "
> +  JSON.stringify(data.data));
>                 request = new CockpitKubeRequest("POST", link,
> JSON.stringify(data.data), "");
>                 request.then(function(response) {
>                         console.log("Create RC RESPONSE: " +
> response);
>                     });
> 
>             });
> 
> 
> I've checked the kubernetes package and is not clear to me how to
> create or get the token.
> 
> Can somebody give me a hand?
> 
> Thanks,
> Ivan
> 
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