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README.md Update usage instructions of command deploy. May 5, 2019
kubernete.sh Update usage instructions of command deploy. May 5, 2019

README.md

kubernete.sh

Deploy "throw-away" Kubernetes Cluster(s) using a small Bash CLI.

Home | About | Installation | Usage

kubernete.sh Example

tl;dr

$ kubernete.sh 
kubernete.sh
https://github.com/brotandgames/kubernete.sh

Usage: kubernete.sh [command]

Commands:
  deploy       Deploy a Kubernetes Cluster
  token        Get Kubernetes Dashboard Token <sensitive>
  proxy        Creates a proxy between localhost and the Kubernetes API Server
  print_nodes  Print node configuration in HCL (for Debugging)
  version      Print version
  *            Help

$ kubernete.sh deploy
== kubernete.sh 2019-05-03T18:46:14Z ERROR: No nodes argument found.
Command: 
  kubernete.sh deploy

Usage: 
  kubernete.sh deploy user@node1[,user@node2,user@nodeN] [ssh_private_key_path]

Examples:
  kubernete.sh deploy root@n1.kubernete.sh
  kubernete.sh deploy root@n1.kubernete.sh,root@n2.kubernete.sh ~/.ssh/id_rsa

Maintainer

https://github.com/brotandgames

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