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Kubernetes term aliases
# Used to run minikube shortly
alias mk="minikube"
# Used to run kubectl shortly
alias k="kubectl"
# Used to get ...
alias kg="kubectl get"
# Used to get all pods
alias kgp="kubectl get pods"
# Used to get all pods with watching
alias kgpw="watch kubectl get pods"
# Used to create a resource
kc() {
kubectl create -f $1
}
# Used to delete a resource
kd() {
kubectl delete -f $1
}
# Used to re-create a resource
# (Not replace or apply, juste re-create)
kr() {
kubectl delete -f $1
kubectl create -f $1
}
# Used to kill a pod now!
kpk() {
kpko=""
if [ -z "$2" ]; then
kpko="--namespace=$2"
fi
kubectl delete pod $1 --grace-period=0 --force $kpko
}
# Used to exec in a pod
kpe() {
kpeo=""
if [ ! -z "$3" ]; then
kpeo="--namespace=$3"
fi
kubectl exec -it $1 -c $2 $kpeo
}
# Used to find a pod name
kpf() {
kpfo=""
if [ ! -z "$2" ]; then
kpfo="--namespace=$2"
fi
kubectl get pods $kpfo | grep $1 | awk '{print $1}'
}
# Used to display and follow pod logs
kpl() {
kplo=""
if [ ! -z $3 ]; then
kplo="--namespace=$3"
fi
kubectl logs $1 -c $2 $kplo -f
}
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