Gitlab Runner is not able to resolve DNS of Gitlab Server
im facing a pretty strange Problem.
First of all my setup: I got a private Gitlab server which uses Gitlab CI Runners on Kubernetes to build Docker Images. For that purpose i use the Kaniko Image. The Runners are provisioned by Gitlab itself with the built-in Kubernetes management. All that is running behind a PFSense server.
Now to my problem: Sometimes the Kaniko Pods cant resolve the Hostname of the GitLab server. This leads to failed git pull and so to a failed build. I would rate the chance to fail by 60%, wich is way too high for us. After retrying the build a few times, it will run without any problem.
The Kubernetes Cluster running the Gitlab CI is setup on CentOS 7. SELinux and FirewallD are disabled. All of the Hosts can resolve the GitLab Server. It is also not related to a specific Host Server, which is causing the problem. I have seen it fail on all of the 5 Servers including the Manager Server. Also i havent seen this problem appear in other Pods. But the other Deployments in the cluster dont really do connections via DNS. I am sure that the Runner is able to access DNS at all, because it is pulling the Kaniko Image from gcr.io.
Has anyone ever seen this problem or knows a workaround?
- I have already tried spawning Pods that only do DNS requests to the Domain. I didnt see a single fail.
- Also i tried to Reboot the whole Cluster and Gitlab instance.
- I tried to do a static overwrite of the DNS route in PFSense. Still same problem.
Here is my CI config:
build: stage: build image: name: gcr.io/kaniko-project/executor:debug entrypoint: [""] script: - echo $REGISTRY_AUTH > /kaniko/.docker/config.json - /kaniko/executor --context $CI_PROJECT_DIR --dockerfile $CI_PROJECT_DIR/Dockerfile --destination $REGISTRY_URL/$REGISTRY_IMAGE:$CI_JOB_ID only: - master
The following error happens:
Initialized empty Git repository in /builds/MYPROJECT/.git/ Fetching changes... Created fresh repository. fatal: unable to access 'https://gitlab-ci-token:[MASKED]@git.mydomain.com/MYPROJECT.git/': Could not resolve host: git.mydomain.com