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Step 1 of 4

Explore the Lab Environment

We will begin with a quick tour of the lab environment. This lab consists of a multi-node kubernetes cluster which has been deployed exclusively for you. This is a sandbox environment. Feel free to play around. The lab session will expire in 60 minutes.

Envionment Load

Before we begin, wait for the kubernetes cluster to load. This is a 4 node cluster and it can take a couple of minutes before the cluster is ready. Check status: /usr/bin/

Check the K8s Status

Q1: How many master nodes do you see in the cluster?

Hint: kubectl get nodes

Check the k8s version

Q2: What is the version of Kubernetes installed in this environment?

Hint: kubectl version

k8 Cluster Info

Q3: What port is the kube-apiserver running on?

Hint: kubectl cluster-info

Pods in the default namespace

Q4: Are there any pods running on the default name space?

Hint: kubectl get pods

Kube DNS

Q5: What is the name of the dns deployment in the cluster?

Q6: How many replicas are configured for this deployment?

Hint: kubectl -n kube-system get deployments -l k8s-app=kube-dns


Q7. Is portworx currently installed on this cluster?

Hint: kubectl get all --all-namespaces | grep -i portworx

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