By installing Enterprise Kubeflow (EKF), you also install Rok, Arrikto’s data management layer, which enables directly-attached, local NVMe to become primary, persistent storage.
Rok depends on modules merged in recent versions of the vanilla Linux kernel. It
rok-kmod, a helper that runs as DaemonSet and inserts pre-built
modules, available in its container image, into the running kernel of each
Kubernetes node dynamically.
rok-kmod does not modify the host root filesystem in any way.
Obtain the Kernel version of your Kubernetes nodes:
root@rok-tools:/# kubectl get nodes -o json | jq -r '.items.status.nodeInfo.kernelVersion'
Make sure your kernel is included in the already supported ones:
If your kernel does not match one of the above, please ask the Arrikto Tech
Team to provide you with a new
rok-kmod image with support for your