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kubectl get

 
Get Kubernetes objects and resources. More information: https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/generated/kubectl/kubectl-commands#get.
 
  • Get all namespaces in the current cluster:
     
    kubectl get namespaces
     
  • Get nodes in a specified namespace:
     
    kubectl get nodes -n {{namespace}}
     
  • Get pods in a specified namespace:
     
    kubectl get pods -n {{namespace}}
     
  • Get deployments in a specified namespace:
     
    kubectl get deployments -n {{namespace}}
     
  • Get services in a specified namespace:
     
    kubectl get services -n {{namespace}}
     
  • Get all resources in a specified namespace:
     
    kubectl get all -n {{namespace}}
     
  • Get Kubernetes objects defined in a YAML manifest:
     
    kubectl get -f {{path/to/manifest}}.yaml

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