This quick Kubernetes tip helps you to get details about a Kubernetes worker node and how to read and understand its output.
A node is a worker machine virtualphysical in Kubernetes where pods carrying your applications run. The services which runs on a node include Docker kubelet and kube-proxy.
The simplest way to see the available nodes is by using the kubectl command in this fashion.
It should show you all the nodes in your cluster at a glance. You can see the status role age and version of each node.
As you can see both the worker nodes are in ready state. .
In order to view a more detailed output run following command you can add the -o wide option like this.
Now you8217ll see additional details like internal and external IP container image kernel version and runtime for the container.
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