Monthly Archives: October 2017

Kubernetes: How to Find Out if ABAC or RBAC is Active

If you want to find out what authorization mode your cluster is running use:

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Kubernetes: kubectl run with ImagePullSecrets

If just want to quickly start a pod then you can use the following one-liner: This will limit you to public repos. There is no equivalent to using imagePullSecrets in your yaml files, so this won’t work: However you can … Continue reading

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Terminal: Copying Long Text Lines Without Newline Breaks

If you copy long wrapped lines of shell code in Mac Terminal.app you want the pasted line to be broken down into multiple lines exactly where they were in the original script. When you are using more, less or any … Continue reading

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Kubernetes: Using kubectl with 100s of Clusters

If you are working with many clusters, you need to configure multiple kubectl configs. You can do this using kubectl –kubeconfig= or by merging your config files. If however you want to keep access to your config files separate, you … Continue reading

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Using your Synology Diskstation as a SOHO git Server

Yes, you should use GitHub for your public and private repos (IMHO), but if you just need a small office solution with a few machines and / or users and already have a Diskstation (RAID config and backup recommended) why … Continue reading

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