Last Updated on March 12, 2022 by itsubuntu
Tutorial to restart pods in Kubernetes.
Pods are the smallest deployable units in Kubernetes. A pod is a group of one or more containers. You need to have kubectl tool installed along with the minikube cluster at first.
Multiple Ways To Restart Pods In Kubernetes [How To]
At first, Run the minikube cluster by using the following command.
Now list out the available pods with the following command.
kubectl get pods
Now, you need to create a deployment and before that build a configuration file for deployment with the following command. The file will be created in your home directory.
Now create the deployment by the following kubectl command.
kubectl create –f deployment.yaml
Method 1: Restart Pods
Run the following command to restart the pod.
kubectl rollout restart deployment deployment_name
Run the following command to restart the pod. In this method, you can force the pod to restart with the modifications made by setting or changing an environment variable
kubectl set env deployment deployment-name DEPLOY_DATE "< $(date) "
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