“403 Insufficient Permission” while creating a Kubernetes Cluster on Google Cloud instance

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I am getting some issues while creating a Kubernetes cluster on a Google Cloud instance.

command causing the error



Creating gs://kubernetes-staging-82aa46c1a5
Creating gs://kubernetes-staging-82aa46c1a5/...
AccessDeniedException: 403 Insufficient Permission

How do i solve this error?

Aug 28, 2018 in Kubernetes by lina
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To run ./cluster/kube-up.sh, you most likely need compute scope to create other Instances and devstorage.full_control or devstorage.read_write to push Kubernetes binaries to Google Cloud Storage. 

answered Aug 28, 2018 by Kalgi
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