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Exploring a Kubernetes Cluster with kubectl
kubectl is the primary interface most people use in order to work with Kubernetes. This lab will give you a chance to test and hone your kubectl skills with a real Kubernetes cluster. You will have the opportunity to collect information and make changes to the cluster, all using kubectl.
Table of Contents
Get a List of Persistent Volumes Sorted by Capacity
Use kubectl to get a list of persistent volumes. Ensure this list is sorted by the persistent volume capacity. Store the sorted kubectl output in the file
Run a Command Inside the `quark` Pod's Container to Obtain a Key Value
quarkpod within the
beebox-mobilenamespace. Run a command inside this pod's container to obtain a key value. The key value is located inside the container's file system in a file called
/etc/key/key.txt. Save the key value to a file on the Kube control plane server at
Create a Deployment Using a Spec File
You will find a deployment spec file located at
/home/cloud_user/deployment.yml. Using this file, create the deployment it describes in the cluster.
Delete the `beebox-auth` Service
There is a service in the
beebox-auth-svc. Delete this service.
What's a lab?
Hands-on Labs are real environments created by industry experts to help you learn. These environments help you gain knowledge and experience, practice without compromising your system, test without risk, destroy without fear, and let you learn from your mistakes. Hands-on Labs: practice your skills before delivering in the real world.