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Package kubernetes-client

Kubernetes client tools

https://kubernetes.io/

Installs kubectl, the Kubernetes command line client.

Version: 1.29.5

See also: kubernetes, kubernetes-kubeadm, kubernetes-systemd.

General Commands

kubectl kubectl controls the Kubernetes cluster manager
kubectl-alpha Commands for features in alpha
kubectl-annotate Update the annotations on a resource
kubectl-api-resources Print the supported API resources on the server
kubectl-api-versions Print the supported API versions on the server, in the form of "group/version"
kubectl-apply Apply a configuration to a resource by file name or stdin
kubectl-apply-edit-last-applied Edit latest last-applied-configuration annotations of a resource/object
kubectl-apply-set-last-applied Set the last-applied-configuration annotation on a live object to match the contents of a file
kubectl-apply-view-last-applied View the latest last-applied-configuration annotations of a resource/object
kubectl-attach Attach to a running container
kubectl-auth Inspect authorization
kubectl-auth-can-i Check whether an action is allowed
kubectl-auth-reconcile Reconciles rules for RBAC role, role binding, cluster role, and cluster role binding objects
kubectl-auth-whoami Experimental: Check self subject attributes
kubectl-autoscale Auto-scale a deployment, replica set, stateful set, or replication controller
kubectl-certificate Modify certificate resources
kubectl-certificate-approve Approve a certificate signing request
kubectl-certificate-deny Deny a certificate signing request
kubectl-cluster-info Display cluster information
kubectl-cluster-info-dump Dump relevant information for debugging and diagnosis
kubectl-completion Output shell completion code for the specified shell (bash, zsh, fish, or powershell)
kubectl-config Modify kubeconfig files
kubectl-config-current-context Display the current-context
kubectl-config-delete-cluster Delete the specified cluster from the kubeconfig
kubectl-config-delete-context Delete the specified context from the kubeconfig
kubectl-config-delete-user Delete the specified user from the kubeconfig
kubectl-config-get-clusters Display clusters defined in the kubeconfig
kubectl-config-get-contexts Describe one or many contexts
kubectl-config-get-users Display users defined in the kubeconfig
kubectl-config-rename-context Rename a context from the kubeconfig file
kubectl-config-set Set an individual value in a kubeconfig file
kubectl-config-set-cluster Set a cluster entry in kubeconfig
kubectl-config-set-context Set a context entry in kubeconfig
kubectl-config-set-credentials Set a user entry in kubeconfig
kubectl-config-unset Unset an individual value in a kubeconfig file
kubectl-config-use-context Set the current-context in a kubeconfig file
kubectl-config-view Display merged kubeconfig settings or a specified kubeconfig file
kubectl-cordon Mark node as unschedulable
kubectl-cp Copy files and directories to and from containers
kubectl-create Create a resource from a file or from stdin
kubectl-create-clusterrole Create a cluster role
kubectl-create-clusterrolebinding Create a cluster role binding for a particular cluster role
kubectl-create-configmap Create a config map from a local file, directory or literal value
kubectl-create-cronjob Create a cron job with the specified name
kubectl-create-deployment Create a deployment with the specified name
kubectl-create-ingress Create an ingress with the specified name
kubectl-create-job Create a job with the specified name
kubectl-create-namespace Create a namespace with the specified name
kubectl-create-poddisruptionbudget Create a pod disruption budget with the specified name
kubectl-create-priorityclass Create a priority class with the specified name
kubectl-create-quota Create a quota with the specified name
kubectl-create-role Create a role with single rule
kubectl-create-rolebinding Create a role binding for a particular role or cluster role
kubectl-create-secret Create a secret using a specified subcommand
kubectl-create-secret-docker-registry Create a secret for use with a Docker registry
kubectl-create-secret-generic Create a secret from a local file, directory, or literal value
kubectl-create-secret-tls Create a TLS secret
kubectl-create-service Create a service using a specified subcommand
kubectl-create-service-clusterip Create a ClusterIP service
kubectl-create-service-externalname Create an ExternalName service
kubectl-create-service-loadbalancer Create a LoadBalancer service
kubectl-create-service-nodeport Create a NodePort service
kubectl-create-serviceaccount Create a service account with the specified name
kubectl-create-token Request a service account token
kubectl-debug Create debugging sessions for troubleshooting workloads and nodes
kubectl-delete Delete resources by file names, stdin, resources and names, or by resources and label selector
kubectl-describe Show details of a specific resource or group of resources
kubectl-diff Diff the live version against a would-be applied version
kubectl-drain Drain node in preparation for maintenance
kubectl-edit Edit a resource on the server
kubectl-events List events
kubectl-exec Execute a command in a container
kubectl-explain Get documentation for a resource
kubectl-expose Take a replication controller, service, deployment or pod and expose it as a new Kubernetes service
kubectl-get Display one or many resources
kubectl-kustomize Build a kustomization target from a directory or URL
kubectl-label Update the labels on a resource
kubectl-logs Print the logs for a container in a pod
kubectl-options Print the list of flags inherited by all commands
kubectl-patch Update fields of a resource
kubectl-plugin Provides utilities for interacting with plugins
kubectl-plugin-list List all visible plugin executables on a user's PATH
kubectl-port-forward Forward one or more local ports to a pod
kubectl-proxy Run a proxy to the Kubernetes API server
kubectl-replace Replace a resource by file name or stdin
kubectl-rollout Manage the rollout of a resource
kubectl-rollout-history View rollout history
kubectl-rollout-pause Mark the provided resource as paused
kubectl-rollout-restart Restart a resource
kubectl-rollout-resume Resume a paused resource
kubectl-rollout-status Show the status of the rollout
kubectl-rollout-undo Undo a previous rollout
kubectl-run Run a particular image on the cluster
kubectl-scale Set a new size for a deployment, replica set, or replication controller
kubectl-set Set specific features on objects
kubectl-set-env Update environment variables on a pod template
kubectl-set-image Update the image of a pod template
kubectl-set-resources Update resource requests/limits on objects with pod templates
kubectl-set-selector Set the selector on a resource
kubectl-set-serviceaccount Update the service account of a resource
kubectl-set-subject Update the user, group, or service account in a role binding or cluster role binding
kubectl-taint Update the taints on one or more nodes
kubectl-top Display resource (CPU/memory) usage
kubectl-top-node Display resource (CPU/memory) usage of nodes
kubectl-top-pod Display resource (CPU/memory) usage of pods
kubectl-uncordon Mark node as schedulable
kubectl-version Print the client and server version information
kubectl-wait Experimental: Wait for a specific condition on one or many resources