K8s Objects


  1. kubectl describe pod <pod_name>

    • Tells you status of containers

    • Number of containers

    • Types of containers

    • Logs if containers fails

  2. kubectl run <pod_name> --image=<image_name> --dry-run=client -o yaml > file.yaml

    • Create yaml file for the pod

    • We can now implement by using kubectl apply -f file.yaml

  3. kubectl get pods -o wide

    • Gives more info about pod like nodes it is running on


  1. kubectl edit rs <name-of-replicaset>

    • Lets you edit yaml of already created replicasets

  2. kubectl scale rs/<name-of-replicasets> --replicas=<rs-number>

    • Lets you scale thereplicas without going & editing yaml

ReplicaSet commands

  • kubectl create -f rs.yaml

  • kubectl get replicaset

  • kubectl delete rs my-replicaset

  • kubectl replace -f replicaset-def.yaml

  • kubectl scale rs my-rs --replicas=6


kubectl get all - Shows deployment - Shows replicasets - Shows pods

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