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Nested virtualization not being activated on vSphere/VMWare v7.0.2

See original GitHub issue

As a proof see this pic


The highlighted checkbox should’ve been checked.

This happens when we’re creating/rolling a K3s cluster with kcli create kube k3s .... and the following parameter nested: true has been set in X KCLI plan file.

I checked the code for the provider > and it looks fine - according to > - search for nestedHVEnabled.

I’m pretty sure my former colleague raised this a while back. Finally got around to mention it … as I’m rolling clusters up and down these days … so bumping into it again and again as we need nested virtualization enabled on certain clusters.

Looking forward to hearing what this could be.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

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karmabcommented, Nov 15, 2021
LarsBingBongcommented, Nov 17, 2021

The PR was merged and accepted and I’ll therefore happily close this issues as resolved.

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