Debugging Kubernetes: Enhancements to Troubleshoot
We're happy to announce some new updates for the Troubleshoot project to help make debugging K8s applications more modular and dynamic, including online specs.
Troubleshoot.sh (A Guide to Debugging Kubernetes)
Replicated sponsors an open source project called Troubleshoot, follow the link for the official troubleshoot.sh page. There are two major sides to Troubleshoot, which are preflight checks and support bundles.
Support Bundle Control for Troubleshoot.sh
Believe it or not, our engineers have made troubleshoot.sh even better by creating a supplementary plugin that converts `support-bundle` output from JSON to standard `kubectl` output, saving even more time & flowing seamlessly into standard workflows for Kubernetes admins.
Here Comes Trouble: Troubleshoot and Amazon EKS Anywhere Partnership
It can be lonely being early with an idea. Every first mover and category-defining startup has felt the frustration of knowing that they’re onto something big while having to wait for their vision to enter the mainstream consciousness.
Replicated Runthrough: Troubleshoot 101
Greetings and welcome to part two of the Replicated Runthrough series. We’ll will be covering Troubleshoot.sh, a Kubernetes plugin for – you guessed it – troubleshooting host and cluster-level issues.
Let’s Talk Troubleshoot – Preflight
If you were around in the tech industry back in The Olde Days, before containerization revolutionized infrastructure, you have probably lived through at least one Host Server Down (HSD) caused by a conflict in an OS patch, a missing dependency, an out-of-control logfile or any number of fairly common yet highly annoying reasons.
Replicated is releasing a major improvement to our support bundle tool and renaming the expanded feature to Replicated Troubleshoot. Support bundles have long been a core feature of Replicated, enabling vendors to collect a myriad of information from their on-prem customers’ instances for analysis and remediation.