Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Program
Last Update Mar 1, 2024
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Create a busybox pod that runs the command “env” and save the output to “envpod” file
Create a pod with environment variables as var1=value1.Check the environment variable in pod
Schedule a pod as follows:
• Name: nginx-kusc00401
• Image: nginx
• Node selector: disk=ssd
An existing Pod needs to be integrated into the Kubernetes built-in logging architecture (e. g. kubectl logs). Adding a streaming sidecar container is a good and common way to accomplish this requirement.
Add a sidecar container named sidecar, using the busybox Image, to the existing Pod big-corp-app. The new sidecar container has to run the following command:
/bin/sh -c tail -n+1 -f /va r/log/big-corp-app.log
Use a Volume, mounted at /var/log, to make the log file big-corp-app.log available to the sidecar container.