In most real world cases, you haven't probably generated and set up the Kubernetes infrastructure yourself. But you might need to access it to deploy services or change settings.
To do that, you should have access to the AWS account that the infrastructure is running in, and export the
AWS_PROFILE variable like before:
$ export AWS_PROFILE=my-cxcloud-dev
Now run the following script to download the configuration from the running cluster to your system:
$ kops export kubecfg somecluster.k8s.local --state=s3://somecluster.k8s.local
This command will download the configuration to your system and sets up a Kubernetes
context for easier use. Now you can run any
cxcloud command to interact with your cluster.
In case you have access to more than one Kubernetes cluster, you can use
kubectl config tool and switch between different contexts.
To see a list of your available contexts run:
$ kubectl config get-contexts
This command will print a list of configured contexts on your system and the currently in use context.
To switch between contexts, run:
$ kubectl config use-context mycluster.k8s.local