When deciding whether to use Linode as my kubernetes provider, I needed to ensure that I would have read-write-many volumes available for deployments that need them. So I did a quick search, and the only thing that came up was this guide on setting them up with rook — which is deprecated. Not cool.
On other cloud providers, I created read-write-many volumes using a Network File System — so I wondered if I could do the same on Linode. Answer: yes. And it’s actually pretty easy and works well. Here’s how: