Ken Muse
Scaling ARC on a Schedule
In the past, ARC has a feature that enabled it to change the minimum number of runners based on a schedule: ScheduledOverrides. When ARC was modernized, this feature was not included in the new version. This isn’t an oversight. Instead, it’s a recognition that Kubernetes has a built-in feature that can handle this task: CronJob. Learn how to use the CronJob resources to change the settings for ARC scale sets on a schedule.

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Top 5 Things To Know About ARC
Actions Runner Controller (ARC) is a powerful way to manage ephemeral, self-hosted GitHub runners. If you’re considering ARC or starting to deploy it, there are five key things to know if you want to be successful using it.

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The Importance of Kubernetes Logs
There’s a lot happening under the covers with Kubernetes. If you really want to master your Kubernetes environment, it begins with understanding the value of a logging and how to implement good logging practices.

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Strategies for Upgrading ARC
What are the best practices best practices for upgrading your ARC cluster? Want to know whether you can safely run without taking the latest releases? In this post, we’ll explore the answers to both of these questions.

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Building Base Images for ARC
If you’re using Actions Runner Controller, the provided base image may not be enough. In fact, it’s important to build your own to ensure that you have all the dependencies you need for your workflows.

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