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Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Program

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Question # 1

List the nginx pod with custom columns POD_NAME and POD_STATUS

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Question # 2

Create a nginx pod with label env=test in engineering namespace

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Question # 3

Monitor the logs of pod foo and:

  • Extract log lines corresponding to error

unable-to-access-website

  • Write them to/opt/KULM00201/foo

Question # 3

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Question # 4

List the nginx pod with custom columns POD_NAME and POD_STATUS

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Question # 5

Score:7%

Question # 5

Task

Create a new PersistentVolumeClaim

• Name: pv-volume

• Class: csi-hostpath-sc

• Capacity: 10Mi

Create a new Pod which mounts the PersistentVolumeClaim as a volume:

• Name: web-server

• Image: nginx

• Mount path: /usr/share/nginx/html

Configure the new Pod to have ReadWriteOnce access on the volume.

Finally, using kubectl edit or kubectl patch expand the PersistentVolumeClaim to a capacity of 70Mi and record that change.

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Question # 6

Create a busybox pod and add “sleep 3600” command

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Question # 7

Create and configure the service front-end-service so it's accessible through NodePort and routes to the existing pod named front-end.

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Question # 8

Create a pod with image nginx called nginx and allow traffic on port 80

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Question # 9

Score: 7%

Question # 9

Task

Reconfigure the existing deployment front-end and add a port specification named http exposing port 80/tcp of the existing container nginx.

Create a new service named front-end-svc exposing the container port http.

Configure the new service to also expose the individual Pods via a NodePort on the nodes on which they are scheduled.

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Question # 10

List all the pods sorted by name

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