Month: April 2022

Getting custom output from kubectl with examples

One of the most common ways to interact with the Kubernetes Cluster is using the “Kubectl.” By default, in most cases, the output is returned in tabular format, which is good enough for most cases. However, sometimes if you want more control over the produced output, kubectl provides you following formats: kubectl get pod -o …

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How to Check what’s inside the ETCD Database in Kubernetes

If you have worked in the Kubernetes environment, the chances are high that you have heard about ETCD Database. ETCD is typically used in distributed systems as a database; the most famous example is Kubernetes. So typically, you will find ETCD present in the controller nodes of the Kubernetes Cluster. For high Availability configurations, ETCD …

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