To install the KubeCarrier kubectl plugin, just visit the KubeCarrier release page, download the archive and put the contained
kubecarrier binary into your
Make sure the binary is executable.
If everything worked, you should now be setup with the
(Your version should be way newer than this example)
$ kubectl kubecarrier version --full branch: master buildTime: "2020-02-25T14:03:31Z" commit: a23bdbe goVersion: go1.13 platform: linux/amd64 version: master-a23bdbe
To install KubeCarrier into a cluster, execute the
kubectl kubecarrier setup command:
# make sure you are connected to the cluster, # that you want to install KubeCarrier on $ kubectl config current-context kind-kubecarrier # install KubeCarrier $ kubectl kubecarrier setup 0.03s ✔ Create "kubecarrier-system" Namespace 0.19s ✔ Deploy KubeCarrier Operator 6.29s ✔ Deploy KubeCarrier
kubectl kubecarrier setup command is idempotent, so its safe to just re-run it multiple times, if you encounter any error in your setup.
Take a look at Debugging Cheat Sheet if you encounter any issues by installation.