Hi @Ather Tahir team is there anyway were we can record the deploy version as --record flag is removed while creating deployment option
I can see we we can record image changes during the set image command… but is there a way we can see both changes of image recorded. i know we have one but I have missed that. could some one help me
Hi @Pradeep.nair I’m not sure if that will work but I think you can do
kubectl -f apply/create deployment.file --record and it will be recorded in the history.
Hey @Memo Toro thanks for the info tried i got the status but not sure can you record the image version the same way
@Pradeep.nair when we create a deployment, the request gets recorded by default i think. Post the image set changes, we can use the undo command to fallback to the first version of the image which was there at the time of creating the deployment.
@Deepak Ladwa thanks for info …Appreciate it … but when we create and record by default it does not show which image details in changes-caused column of rollout history… is there a way to record that. Like below
@Pradeep.nair record option is not available during initial resource creation. we have to use describe option only to get the image details to verify.
@Deepak Ladwa thanks hope this should not come in the examination … not sure if it comes how should i show the records of image changes in rollout status command
@Pradeep.nair k8s docs also states that the record option is only available with set option.