Error when executing kops update cluster cluster_name --yes

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I have created a cluster using the hosted domain named example1, Also i've created an s3 bucket to store all the cluster data. 

I'm executing this command:

kops update cluster cluster_name --yes

expected behavior is all the data getting transferred to the bucket but instead it throws multiple errors.

Whats the issue?

Oct 17, 2018 in Kubernetes by Nilesh
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There could be multiple reasons for errors. One of the reason could be your s3 bucket name should always be same as the hosted domain zone name. Make sure of this. Even after having your bucket name as the domain zone name, you get errors, port them.
answered Oct 17, 2018 by Kalgi
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