Error saying make_bucket failed - Kubernetes AWS

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My Kubernetes cluster is up and running. I've created the cluster on AWS using kops. I tried executing the following command

aws s3 --endpoint http://localhost mb s3://bucket1 --region=us-east-1

And I ended up getting the following error:

make_bucket failed: s3://bucket1 An error occurred (InvalidAccessKeyId) when calling the CreateBucket operation: The AWS access key Id youprovided does not exist in our records.
Jan 4, 2019 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Hey @Ali, what you are doing is partly correct but on kubernetes you cannot just access any port, you'll have to use port forwarding. Something like this:

kubectl port-forward <insert your cloudserver pod name> 8000:80

Or you can use Kubernetes Ingress to route the external traffic to your service. This can be done by specifying the IP address of the hostname configured.

answered Jan 4, 2019 by Olivia

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