socdev azure k8s issue

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Feb. 1, 2024, 7:55 p.m.
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It looks like the error is related to Kubernetes RBAC (Role-Based Access Control) permissions. Even though you have ownership in the Azure subscription, Kubernetes RBAC is a separate layer of access control specific to the Kubernetes cluster.

To resolve this issue, you need to ensure that your Azure AD user has the appropriate Kubernetes RBAC roles assigned within the AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service) cluster.

Follow these steps to troubleshoot and resolve the issue:

1. **Verify Azure AD User Roles:**
   Check that your Azure AD user has been assigned the necessary roles at the Azure subscription level. Being an owner at the subscription level doesn't automatically grant permissions within the AKS cluster.

2. **Verify Kubernetes Cluster Role Assignments:**
   Use the following commands to check the RBAC role assignments within the AKS cluster:

   ```bash
   kubectl get clusterrolebindings -o wide
   kubectl get clusterroles -o wide
   kubectl describe clusterrolebindings <your-clusterrolebinding-name>
   ```

   Ensure that your Azure AD user or the Azure AD group you belong to has the necessary roles (e.g., `cluster-admin`, `view`, etc.) in the RBAC configuration.

3. **Update Role Assignment:**
   If the role assignments are not correct, update them using the following commands:

   ```bash
   kubectl create clusterrolebinding cluster-admin-binding --clusterrole=cluster-admin --user=<your-azure-ad-user>
   ```

   Replace `<your-azure-ad-user>` with your Azure AD username.

4. **Azure AD Group Assignment:**
   If you are using Azure AD groups, ensure that the group is assigned the correct roles. You might need to log out and log back in for the group membership to take effect.

5. **Azure AD Pod Identity (Optional):**
   If you are using Azure AD Pod Identity for your pods to access Azure resources, ensure that the pod identity configuration is correct.

6. **Check AKS RBAC Configuration:**
   Review the AKS cluster configuration to ensure that RBAC is enabled. You can do this during the AKS cluster creation or update.

After performing these steps, try running `kubectl get pods -A` again. If the issue persists, review the RBAC configuration and ensure that the roles are correctly assigned at both the Azure AD and AKS levels. If you have further issues, check the Azure Activity Log and Kubernetes cluster logs for more details on the access denied error.