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david_michael
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Checkpoint CloudGuard w Kubernetes

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Hello! I've deployed the cloudguard-2.10.2 chart into a Kubernetes cluster in AWS. I am now attempting to learn how to affect policy with Admission Control. The GSL builder makes things really easy, very intuitive! Great!

I've temporarily disabled runtimeProtection but imageScan and adminssionControl are both still enabled and checking in.

While in the console UI:

  1. When creating a new policy and I try to test it, I'm presented with a somewhat perplexing "Failed to test the rule due to an error". How can I troubleshoot the cause of the error? I don't see it in the admission-policy container log or the console log in the browser? 
 

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Thanks for taking a look!

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Geert_De_Ron
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Hi David, there seems to be a syntax error in your GSL. You need to close the scope block with a ] 

 

KubernetesIngress should not have annotations contain [ key='kubernetes.io/ingress.class' ]

 

 

 

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Geert_De_Ron
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Hi David, there seems to be a syntax error in your GSL. You need to close the scope block with a ] 

 

KubernetesIngress should not have annotations contain [ key='kubernetes.io/ingress.class' ]

 

 

 

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david_michael
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Ha! Absolutely right, that did it. Thank you!