Hello! We have set up the Octopus server on a Windows Server.
We want to set up a Kubernetes Cluster Deployment Target and therefore, need to have kubectl on the server.
I have copied the configuration I have on my own machine (C:kubectl thats has the binary and put in PATH as well).
It is returning this error, althought it first returns it can get information from kubectl (so it is installed)
: Unable to connect to the server: dial tcp [::1]:8080: connectex: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it
I am a bit unsure why it doesn’t seem to work…?
Ps : I saw in the documentation that with AWS accounts (so what we’ll use for the EKS cluster), ssh worker nodes were not possible. Does it mean you can not use Octopus right now if you have a linux EKS Cluster?
Thanks a lot!