Step 4 - Deploy and Run
This step assumes that you have completed the Tutorial prerequisites and all prior steps and have the Game Frontend, Director and Match Function built and pushed to your configured image registry. If you have done all of this, let’s proceed.
Deploy the Match Function, Game Frontend, Director
The next step is to deploy the Match Function, the Game Frontend and the Director to the same cluster as Open Match deployment but to a different namespace. The
$TUTORIALROOT/matchmaker.yaml deploys these components to a
mm101-tutorial namespace. Run the below command in the
$TUTORIALROOT path to apply this YAML:
For GKE users, run:
sed "s|REGISTRY_PLACEHOLDER|$REGISTRY|g" matchmaker.yaml | kubectl apply -f -
For Minikube users, run:
# Instructs Minikube to use local images # https://kubernetes.io/docs/setup/learning-environment/minikube/#use-local-images-by-re-using-the-docker-daemon eval $(minikube docker-env) sed "s|REGISTRY_PLACEHOLDER|$REGISTRY|g" matchmaker.yaml | sed "s|Always|Never|g" | kubectl apply -f -
Matchmaking ever after
All the components authored in this tutorial simply log their progress. Thus to see the progress, please check the logs for the below pods. Below are the commands and the expected output:
kubectl logs -n mm101-tutorial pod/mm101-tutorial-frontend
# Sample Expected Output 2019/11/07 17:44:45 Ticket created successfully, id: bn25g39sm0mrm8pkpssg 2019/11/07 17:44:45 Ticket created successfully, id: bn25g39sm0mrm8pkpst0 2019/11/07 17:44:45 Ticket bn25g0psm0mrm8pkpr70 got assignment connection:"188.8.131.52:2222" 2019/11/07 17:44:45 Ticket bn25g0psm0mrm8pkpr7g got assignment connection:"184.108.40.206:2222"
kubectl logs -n mm101-tutorial pod/mm101-tutorial-director
# Output 2019/11/07 17:45:15 Generated 16 matches for profile mode_based_profile 2019/11/07 17:45:15 Assigned server 220.127.116.11:2222 to match profile-mode_based_profile-time-2019-11-07T17:45:10.53-0 2019/11/07 17:45:15 Assigned server 18.104.22.168:2222 to match profile-mode_based_profile-time-2019-11-07T17:45:10.53-1
kubectl logs -n mm101-tutorial pod/mm101-tutorial-matchfunction
# Output 2019/11/07 17:45:45 Generating proposals for function mode_based_profile 2019/11/07 17:45:45 Streaming 5 proposals to Open Match
To remove the tutorial and its custom components, here is the command you need to run:
kubectl delete namespace mm101-tutorial
This will delete all the components deployed in this tutorial. Open Match core in open-match namespace can then be reused for other exercises but you will need to re-customize it.
Now that you have created your own basic Matchmaker, lets run the next tutorial to add new matchmaking criteria to this Matchmaker.
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Last modified May 9, 2022