I am new to jitsi-meet and I am so happy to discover this open source solution.
I am trying to install jitsi-meet on Kubernetes. My next steps are streaming logs to Elasticsearch/Kibana and monitoring with Prometheus/Grafana.
But for the moment I am blocked with the installation on Kubernetes.
I use GCP/GKE as a kubernetes deployment target.
Here you have the yaml I have used(it is copied from https://github.com/jitsi/docker-jitsi-meet branch k8s-helm) :
The first step I have done is to get static IP using this command:
“gcloud compute addresses create helloweb-ip --region us-central1”
I have checked the creation of the IP. it is OK.
Second step I install the JVB service so that the Loadbalancer are created with the static IP that I have created in the first step.
I have checked in GCP that the IPO is associated to Loadbalancers(UDP/TCP)
Then I have installed the others YAMLs in this order:
3- jvb-deployment.yaml(logs of started container is in logs-jvb.txt logs-jvb.txt (33.6 KB) )
4- jicofo-deployment.yaml(logs of started container is in logs-jvb.txt jicofo-logs.txt (24.4 KB) )
7- web-ingress.yaml(I have used cert-manager for generating certificate for my own domain name jitsi.hellokube.fr)
The result every thing is deployed, we can access web on this URL https://jitsi.hellokube.fr
I can create a room but when a participant try to access this room i get an error on the log of jicofo I have Can not invite participant – no bridge available.
More Logs error-logs.txt (2.2 KB)
I need your help!