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Please share the commands for Kubernetes to show the IP address of my running pods. Here is the situation; for a job interview; there is a task. Show the IP addresses of your running pods; the pod I already have is an NGINX simple webpage (1 page) with only the NGNIX container. Next we are running one instance; what is the command to see the IP address? If we are running 5 instances; can we see all 5 IP addresses? The ip that it is hosted of the NGINX server (not the client IP).
from only 1 command you can print pod information as well as you can see ip addresses of respective pod
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I am a QA and DevOps engineer with 4.5 years of experience. Experienced working on tools/technologies like CI/CD, Jenkins, Ansible, Jmeter, Docker, Kubernetes, GCP, AWS, GIT, Maven, etc.
hey, if you are running one pod in the default namespace you can get the pod details by running this commnad, ``kubectl describe pod "pod-name". let's have a chat I can help u with that.
Hello, i have experience as a SysAdmin running kubernetes clusters for a while now. K8s has a big learning curve and is usually a challenge for a lot of people. Looking forward to help you out with this goal.
I am well-experienced with kubernetes and I can solve this within minutes. I have hands-on experience with k8s.
I am sure i can help you out. I will need some further information and i will reply to you as soon as possible
Bro just hit me up... I got you on all these interview questions. Hit me on the chat bot or jeff@ t r I ggermesh. C o m Btw... 'kubectl -n <namespace> describe <pod_name> | grep IP'