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kubectl

 
Command-line interface for running commands against Kubernetes clusters. Some subcommands such as kubectl run have their own usage documentation. More information: https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/kubectl/.
 
  • List information about a resource with more details:
     
    kubectl get {{pod|service|deployment|ingress|...}} -o wide
     
  • Update specified pod with the label 'unhealthy' and the value 'true':
     
    kubectl label pods {{name}} unhealthy=true
     
  • List all resources with different types:
     
    kubectl get all
     
  • Display resource (CPU/Memory/Storage) usage of nodes or pods:
     
    kubectl top {{pod|node}}
     
  • Print the address of the master and cluster services:
     
    kubectl cluster-info
     
  • Display an explanation of a specific field:
     
    kubectl explain {{pods.spec.containers}}
     
  • Print the logs for a container in a pod or specified resource:
     
    kubectl logs {{pod_name}}
     
  • Run command in an existing pod:
     
    kubectl exec {{pod_name}} -- {{ls /}}

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