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CKA Exam Dumps

CKA Exam Dumps

Certified Kubernetes Administrator

Vendor: Linux Foundation

Exam Name: Certified Kubernetes Administrator

Questions with Answers: 67

Last Updated: 19-May-2024

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Linux Foundation CKA Exam Questions

Certified Kubernetes Administrator exams.

SIMULATION Monitor the logs of pod foo and: • Extract log lines corresponding to error unable - to - access - website • Write them to /opt/KULM00201/foo Solution solution
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SIMULATION List all persistent volumes sorted by capacity, saving the full kubectl output to /opt/KUCC00102/volume_list. Use kubectl 's own functionality for sorting the output, and do not manipulate it any further. Solution solution
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SIMULATION Ensure a single instance of pod nginx is running on each node of the Kubernetes cluster where nginx also represents the Image name which has to be used. Do not override any taints currently in place. Use DaemonSet to complete this task and use ds - kusc00201 as DaemonSet name. Solution solution
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List all the pods sorted by created timestamp Solution kubect1 get pods - - sort - by=.metadata.creationTimestamp
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List all the pods showing name and namespace with a json path expression Solution kubectl get pods - o=jsonpath="{.items[*]['', 'metadata.namespace']}"
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