Also, how do we find the actual values that we put in for the
[127.0.0.1] section above?
ETCDCTL_API=3 etcdctl --endpoints=<https://127.0.0.1:2379> \ --cacert=<trusted-ca-file> --cert=<cert-file> --key=<key-file> \ snapshot save <backup-file-location>
Thanks Ravan - unfortunately that doesnt answer my question
If you are running etcdctl utility from the server where etcd is present then you can use address [127.0.0.1] and the port 2379 where etcd is listening.
if etcd is running on different server(say 10.10.0.1), you can mention that server ip and the port of etcd like this https://[10.10.0.1]:2379
Please look Client url flag in etcd.yaml
@Joe If the etcd is implemented as a pod running in the controlplane and you have access to the controlplane filesystem, you might find the information under
Also, the information can be extrapolated from a
kubectl -n kube-system describe pod etcd-controlplane in the command section. It will show as