Kubernetes aliases

Added: 30-01-2022

To be used in the control plane node(s) in a K8s cluster

cat << EOF > kubectl_aliases
# Kubectl aliases
alias k=kubectl
alias kg=”k get pods”
alias kks=”k -n kube-system”
alias kgd=”k get deploy”
alias kgn=”k get nodes”
alias kgs=”k get svc”
alias kge=”k get events — sort-by=’.metadata.creationTimestamp’ |tail -8"
complete -F __start_kubectl k
EOF

cat kubectl_aliases >> ~/.bashrc
rm kubectl_aliases

source ~/.bashrc

Git: Delete all branches but master

Added: 01-02-2022

Alias to delete all but master branches (I use zsh, change ~/.zshrc to ~/.bashrc if you use bash)

echo 'alias gdb="git branch | grep -v "master" | xargs git branch -D"' >> ~/.zshrc

I read it as gbd (git branches delete)


Delete corrupted pods

Added: 02-02-2022

Deletes all pods from all namespaces marked as Failed, Evicted or Pending

kubectl get pods -A | grep Evicted | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kubectl delete pod

kubectl get pods -A | grep Failed | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kubectl delete pod

kubectl get pods -A | grep Pending | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kubectl delete pod

Find Large files in Linux

Added: 12-02-2022

Find large files in Linux

sudo find / -xdev -type f -size +100M

Clean systemd journal logs

Added: 12-02-2022

Clean (vacuum) /var/log/journal logs (produced by systemd)

# Check space used
du -hs /var/log/journal/

# Clean logs older than 1 day
sudo journalctl --vacuum-time=1d

Download SSL cert from website with openssl

Added: 14-02-2022

Save leaf/server cert to /tmp/$SERVERNAME.cert. Use -showcerts to download all certs in the chain. echo -n gives a response to the server so that connection is released

echo -n | openssl s_client -connect $HOST:$PORTNUMBER -servername $SERVERNAME | openssl x509 > /tmp/$SERVERNAME.cert

Configure git cache

Added: 17-02-2022

To avoid having to type your password/PAT all the time for HTTPS

# After you've entered the user password/PAT
git config --global credential.helper cache

Convert squid proxy logs to timestamps

Added: 02-06-2022

To convert unix.centiseconds timestamp to a more readable format

cat access.log | perl -p -e 's/^([0-9]*)/"[".localtime($1)."]"/e'