This manual explains how to manage Kubermatic global settings such as custom links, displayed distributions and others.
It can be done from the UI and also from the command line with
Admin panel can be accessed only by logged in users that have administrator privileges. You can check and edit them
$ kubectl get user -o=custom-columns=INTERNAL_NAME:.metadata.name,NAME:.spec.name,EMAIL:.spec.email,ADMIN:.spec.admin $ kubectl edit user ...
Admin privileges can be granted for users also from the admin panel in the UI. To access the admin panel click the
Admin Panel entry in the user menu:
Admin panel consist of two cards. One allows to manipulate global settings, the second allows to manipulate the list of admin users. All settings changes are saved asynchronously, and the saves are confirmed by the green confirmation icons next to changed settings. Changes are automatically populated to all opened instances of the application.
Global settings are stored in
KubermaticSetting custom resource named
The resource has following structure:
apiVersion: kubermatic.k8s.io/v1 kind: KubermaticSetting metadata: name: globalsettings ... spec: cleanupOptions: Enabled: true Enforced: false clusterTypeOptions: 0 customLinks: - icon: "" label: Twitter location: footer url: https://www.twitter.com/loodse - icon: "" label: GitHub location: footer url: https://github.com/kubermatic - icon: "" label: Slack location: footer url: http://slack.kubermatic.io/ defaultNodeCount: 1 displayAPIDocs: true displayDemoInfo: false displayTermsOfService: true
It can be edited directly from the command line:
$ kubectl edit kubermaticsetting globalsettings
Note: Custom link
icon is not required and defaults will be used if field is not specified.
icon URL can
point to the images inside the container as well, i.e.