oconnorp
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Command does not work

Author : pgilday

URL : http:////docs.vmware.com/en/vRealize-Automation/8.0/Administering/GUID-99D06124-13F8-489A-B43C-EAEC3...

Topic Name : Starting and stopping vRealize Automation

Publication Name : Administering vRealize Automation

Product/Version : vRealize Automation/8.0

Question :

I entered this command and it does not work on my VRA 8.0.1 , "kubect1 -n prelude get pods", this may be the replacement but you should check with engineering as this command does work. "kubectl get pods --all-namespaces"

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pgilday
VMware Employee
VMware Employee

Thanks Patty - I am forwarding this feedback to the writer now and will work with him to get an update to the doc posted asap.

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stevedrummond
Hot Shot
Hot Shot

It's simply a typo for kubectl.

Notice its written as kubect1 (the numeral one) and not kubectl (the letter l).

The prelude namespace is still correct for 8.0.1.

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