The fastest way to get started is to install VolSync in a kind cluster:
- Install kind if you don’t already have it:
$ go install sigs.k8s.io/[email protected]
- Use our convenient script to start a cluster, install the CSI hostpath driver, and the snapshot controller.
- Install the latest release via Helm
$ helm repo add backube https://backube.github.io/helm-charts/
$ helm install --create-namespace -n volsync-system volsync backube/volsync
- See the usage instructions for information on setting up replication relationships.
More detailed information on installation and usage can be found in the official documentation.
VolSync kubectl plugin
We’re also working on a command line interface to VolSync via a kubectl plugin. To try that out:
make cli cp bin/kubectl-volsync /usr/local/bin/
volsync plugin is being actively developed. Options, flags, and names are likely to be updated frequently. PRs and new issues are welcome!
kubectl volsync start-replication kubectl volsync set-replication kubectl volsync continue-replication kubectl volsync remove-replication
Try the current examples:
This project is licensed under the GNU AGPL 3.0 License with the following exceptions:
- The files within the
api/*directories are additionally licensed under Apache License 2.0. This is to permit VolSync’s CustomResource types to be used by a wider range of software.
- Documentation is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license (CC BY-SA 4.0)