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kubeadm alpha

kubeadm alpha provides a preview of a set of features made available for gathering feedback from the community. Please try it out and give us feedback!

In v1.8.0, kubeadm introduced the kubeadm alpha phase command with the aim of making kubeadm more modular. This modularity enables you to invoke atomic sub-steps of the bootstrap process; you can let kubeadm do some parts and fill in yourself where you need customizations.

kubeadm alpha phase is consistent with kubeadm init workflow, and behind the scene both use the same code.

kubeadm alpha phase preflight

You can execute preflight checks both for the master node, like in kubeadm init, or for the worker node like in kubeadm join.

Run master pre-flight checks

Synopsis

Run master pre-flight checks, functionally equivalent to what implemented by kubeadm init.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase preflight master [flags]

Examples

  # Run master pre-flight checks.
  kubeadm alpha phase preflight master

Options

  -h, --help   help for master

Run node pre-flight checks

Synopsis

Run node pre-flight checks, functionally equivalent to what implemented by kubeadm join.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase preflight node [flags]

Examples

  # Run node pre-flight checks.
  kubeadm alpha phase preflight node

Options

  -h, --help   help for node

kubeadm alpha phase certs

You can create all required certificates with the all subcommand or selectively create certificates.

Generates all PKI assets necessary to establish the control plane

Synopsis

Generates a self-signed CA to provision identities for each component in the cluster (including nodes) and client certificates to be used by various components.

If a given certificate and private key pair both exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs all [flags]

Examples

  # Creates all PKI assets necessary to establish the control plane,
  # functionally equivalent to what generated by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase certs all
  
  # Creates all PKI assets using options read from a configuration file.
  kubeadm alpha phase certs all --config masterconfiguration.yaml

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on, to use for the API server serving cert
      --apiserver-cert-extra-sans strings    Optional extra altnames to use for the API server serving cert. Can be both IP addresses and dns names
      --cert-dir string                      The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for all
      --service-cidr string                  Alternative range of IP address for service VIPs, from which derives the internal API server VIP that will be added to the API Server serving cert (default "10.96.0.0/12")
      --service-dns-domain string            Alternative domain for services, to use for the API server serving cert (default "cluster.local")

Generates a self-signed kubernetes CA to provision identities for components of the cluster

Synopsis

Generates the self-signed kubernetes certificate authority and related key, and saves them into ca.crt and ca.key files.

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs ca [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for ca

Generates an API server serving certificate and key

Synopsis

Generates the API server serving certificate and key and saves them into apiserver.crt and apiserver.key files.

The certificate includes default subject alternative names and additional SANs provided by the user; default SANs are: , , kubernetes, kubernetes.default, kubernetes.default.svc, kubernetes.default.svc. , (that is the .10 address in address space).

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs apiserver [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on, to use for the API server serving cert
      --apiserver-cert-extra-sans strings    Optional extra altnames to use for the API server serving cert. Can be both IP addresses and dns names
      --cert-dir string                      The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for apiserver
      --service-cidr string                  Alternative range of IP address for service VIPs, from which derives the internal API server VIP that will be added to the API Server serving cert (default "10.96.0.0/12")
      --service-dns-domain string            Alternative domain for services, to use for the API server serving cert (default "cluster.local")

Generates a client certificate for the API server to connect to the kubelets securely

Synopsis

Generates the client certificate for the API server to connect to the kubelet securely and the respective key, and saves them into apiserver-kubelet-client.crt and apiserver-kubelet-client.key files.

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs apiserver-kubelet-client [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for apiserver-kubelet-client

Generates a private key for signing service account tokens along with its public key

Synopsis

Generates the private key for signing service account tokens along with its public key, and saves them into sa.key and sa.pub files.

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs sa [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for sa

Generates a front proxy CA certificate and key for a Kubernetes cluster

Synopsis

Generates the front proxy CA certificate and key and saves them into front-proxy-ca.crt and front-proxy-ca.key files.

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs front-proxy-ca [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for front-proxy-ca

Generates a front proxy CA client certificate and key for a Kubernetes cluster

Synopsis

Generates the front proxy client certificate and key and saves them into front-proxy-client.crt and front-proxy-client.key files.

If both files already exist, kubeadm skips the generation step and existing files will be used.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase certs front-proxy-client [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where to save the certificates (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for front-proxy-client

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig

You can create all required kubeconfig files with the all subcommand, or selectively create the files. Additionally, the user subcommand supports the creation of kubeconfig files for additional users.

Generates all kubeconfig files necessary to establish the control plane and the admin kubeconfig file

Synopsis

Generates all kubeconfig files necessary to establish the control plane and the admin kubeconfig file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig all [flags]

Examples

  # Generates all kubeconfig files, functionally equivalent to what generated
  # by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig all
  
  # Generates all kubeconfig files using options read from a configuration file.
  kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig all --config masterconfiguration.yaml

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for all
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")
      --node-name string                     The node name that should be used for the kubelet client certificate

Generates a kubeconfig file for the admin to use and for kubeadm itself

Synopsis

Generates the kubeconfig file for the admin and for kubeadm itself, and saves it to admin.conf file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig admin [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for admin
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")

Generates a kubeconfig file for the kubelet to use. Please note that this should be used only for bootstrapping purposes.

Synopsis

Generates the kubeconfig file for the kubelet to use and saves it to /etc/kubernetes/kubelet.conf file.

Please note that this should only be used for bootstrapping purposes. After your control plane is up, you should request all kubelet credentials from the CSR API.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig kubelet [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for kubelet
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")
      --node-name string                     The node name that should be used for the kubelet client certificate

Generates a kubeconfig file for the controller manager to use

Synopsis

Generates the kubeconfig file for the controller manager to use and saves it to /etc/kubernetes/controller-manager.conf file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig controller-manager [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for controller-manager
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")

Generates a kubeconfig file for the scheduler to use

Synopsis

Generates the kubeconfig file for the scheduler to use and saves it to /etc/kubernetes/scheduler.conf file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig scheduler [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                 help for scheduler
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")

Outputs a kubeconfig file for an additional user

Synopsis

Outputs a kubeconfig file for an additional user.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig user [flags]

Examples

  # Outputs a kubeconfig file for an additional user named foo
  kubeadm alpha phase kubeconfig user --client-name=foo

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --cert-dir string                      The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --client-name string                   The name of user. It will be used as the CN if client certificates are created
  -h, --help                                 help for user
      --kubeconfig-dir string                The port where to save the kubeconfig file (default "/etc/kubernetes")
      --token string                         The token that should be used as the authentication mechanism for this kubeconfig (instead of client certificates)

kubeadm alpha phase controlplane

You can create all required static Pod files for the control plane components with the all subcommand, or selectively create the files.

Generates all static Pod manifest files necessary to establish the control plane

Synopsis

Generates all static Pod manifest files necessary to establish the control plane.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase controlplane all [flags]

Examples

  # Generates all static Pod manifest files for control plane components,
  # functionally equivalent to what generated by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase controlplane all
  
  # Generates all static Pod manifest files using options read from a configuration file.
  kubeadm alpha phase controlplane --config masterconfiguration.yaml

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string              The IP address of the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32                       The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --apiserver-extra-args mapStringString            A set of extra flags to pass to the API Server or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>
      --cert-dir string                                 The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                                   Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
      --controller-manager-extra-args mapStringString   A set of extra flags to pass to the Controller Manager or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>
      --feature-gates string                            A set of key=value pairs that describe feature gates for various features. Options are:
Auditing=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
CoreDNS=true|false (BETA - default=false)
DynamicKubeletConfig=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
SelfHosting=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
StoreCertsInSecrets=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
  -h, --help                                            help for all
      --kubernetes-version string                       Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --pod-network-cidr string                         The range of IP addresses used for the Pod network
      --scheduler-extra-args mapStringString            A set of extra flags to pass to the Scheduler or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>
      --service-cidr string                             The range of IP address used for service VIPs (default "10.96.0.0/12")

Generates the API server static Pod manifest.

Synopsis

Generates the static Pod manifest file for the API server and saves it into /etc/kubernetes/manifests/kube-apiserver.yaml file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase controlplane apiserver [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string     The IP address of the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32              The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --apiserver-extra-args mapStringString   A set of extra flags to pass to the API Server or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>
      --cert-dir string                        The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                          Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
      --feature-gates string                   A set of key=value pairs that describe feature gates for various features. Options are:
Auditing=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
CoreDNS=true|false (BETA - default=false)
DynamicKubeletConfig=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
SelfHosting=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
StoreCertsInSecrets=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
  -h, --help                                   help for apiserver
      --kubernetes-version string              Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --service-cidr string                    The range of IP address used for service VIPs (default "10.96.0.0/12")

Generates the controller-manager static Pod manifest.

Synopsis

Generates the static Pod manifest file for the controller-manager and saves it into /etc/kubernetes/manifests/kube-controller-manager.yaml file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase controlplane controller-manager [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string                                 The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                                   Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
      --controller-manager-extra-args mapStringString   A set of extra flags to pass to the Controller Manager or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>
  -h, --help                                            help for controller-manager
      --kubernetes-version string                       Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --pod-network-cidr string                         The range of IP addresses used for the Pod network

Generates the scheduler static Pod manifest.

Synopsis

Generates the static Pod manifest file for the scheduler and saves it into /etc/kubernetes/manifests/kube-scheduler.yaml file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase controlplane scheduler [flags]

Options

      --cert-dir string                        The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string                          Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                                   help for scheduler
      --kubernetes-version string              Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --scheduler-extra-args mapStringString   A set of extra flags to pass to the Scheduler or override default ones in form of <flagname>=<value>

kubeadm alpha phase etcd

Use the following command to create a self-hosted, local etcd instance based on a static Pod file.

Generates the static Pod manifest file for a local, single-node etcd instance

Synopsis

Generates the static Pod manifest file for a local, single-node etcd instance and saves it to /etc/kubernetes/manifests/etcd.yaml file.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase etcd local [flags]

Examples

  # Generates the static Pod manifest file for etcd, functionally
  # equivalent to what generated by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase etcd local
  
  #  Generates the static Pod manifest file for etcd.
  kubeadm alpha phase etcd local --config masterconfiguration.yaml

Options

      --cert-dir string   The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string     Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help              help for local

kubeadm alpha phase mark-master

Use the following command to label and taint the node with the node-role.kubernetes.io/master="" key-value pair.

Mark a node as master

Synopsis

Applies a label that specifies that a node is a master and a taint that forces workloads to be deployed accordingly.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase mark-master [flags]

Examples

  # Applies master label and taint to the current node, functionally equivalent to what executed by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase mark-master
  
  # Applies master label and taint to a specific node
  kubeadm alpha phase mark-master --node-name myNode

Options

      --config string       Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
  -h, --help                help for mark-master
      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")
      --node-name string    The node name to which label and taints should apply

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token

Use the following actions to fully configure bootstrap tokens. You can fully configure bootstrap tokens with the all subcommand, or selectively configure single elements.

Makes all the bootstrap token configurations and creates an initial token

Synopsis

Bootstrap tokens are used for establishing bidirectional trust between a node joining the cluster and a the master node.

This command makes all the configurations required to make bootstrap tokens works and then creates an initial token.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token all [flags]

Examples

  # Makes all the bootstrap token configurations and creates an initial token, functionally
  # equivalent to what generated by kubeadm init.
  kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token all

Options

      --config string        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
      --description string   A human friendly description of how this token is used. (default "The default bootstrap token generated by 'kubeadm init'.")
      --groups strings       Extra groups that this token will authenticate as when used for authentication. Must match "system:bootstrappers:[a-z0-9:-]{0,255}[a-z0-9]" (default [system:bootstrappers:kubeadm:default-node-token])
  -h, --help                 help for all
      --skip-token-print     Skip printing of the bootstrap token
      --token string         The token to use for establishing bidirectional trust between nodes and masters
      --ttl duration         The duration before the token is automatically deleted (e.g. 1s, 2m, 3h). If set to '0', the token will never expire (default 24h0m0s)
      --usages strings       Describes the ways in which this token can be used. You can pass --usages multiple times or provide a comma separated list of options. Valid options: [signing,authentication] (default [signing,authentication])

Options inherited from parent commands

      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

Creates a bootstrap token to be used for node joining

Synopsis

Creates a bootstrap token. If no token value is given, kubeadm will generate a random token instead.

Alternatively, you can use kubeadm token.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token create [flags]

Options

      --config string        Path to kubeadm config file (WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental)
      --description string   A human friendly description of how this token is used. (default "The default bootstrap token generated by 'kubeadm init'.")
      --groups strings       Extra groups that this token will authenticate as when used for authentication. Must match "system:bootstrappers:[a-z0-9:-]{0,255}[a-z0-9]" (default [system:bootstrappers:kubeadm:default-node-token])
  -h, --help                 help for create
      --skip-token-print     Skip printing of the bootstrap token
      --token string         The token to use for establishing bidirectional trust between nodes and masters
      --ttl duration         The duration before the token is automatically deleted (e.g. 1s, 2m, 3h). If set to '0', the token will never expire (default 24h0m0s)
      --usages strings       Describes the ways in which this token can be used. You can pass --usages multiple times or provide a comma separated list of options. Valid options: [signing,authentication] (default [signing,authentication])

Options inherited from parent commands

      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

Uploads the cluster-info ConfigMap from the given kubeconfig file

Synopsis

Uploads the “cluster-info” ConfigMap in the “kube-public” namespace, populating it with cluster information extracted from the given kubeconfig file. The ConfigMap is used for the node bootstrap process in its initial phases, before the client trusts the API server.

See online documentation about Authenticating with Bootstrap Tokens for more details.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token cluster-info [flags]

Options

  -h, --help   help for cluster-info

Options inherited from parent commands

      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

Configures RBAC rules to allow the csrapprover controller automatically approve CSRs from a node bootstrap token

Synopsis

Configures RBAC rules to allow the csrapprover controller to automatically approve certificate signing requests generated by nodes joining the cluster. It configures also RBAC rules for certificates rotation (with auto approval of new certificates).

See online documentation about TLS bootstrapping for more details.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token node allow-auto-approve [flags]

Options

  -h, --help   help for allow-auto-approve

Options inherited from parent commands

      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

Configures RBAC to allow node bootstrap tokens to post CSRs in order for nodes to get long term certificate credentials

Synopsis

Configures RBAC rules to allow node bootstrap tokens to post a certificate signing request, thus enabling nodes joining the cluster to request long term certificate credentials.

See online documentation about TLS bootstrapping for more details.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase bootstrap-token node allow-post-csrs [flags]

Options

  -h, --help   help for allow-post-csrs

Options inherited from parent commands

      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

kubeadm alpha phase upload-config

You can use this command to upload the kubeadm configuration to your cluster. Alternatively, you can use kubeadm config.

Uploads the currently used configuration for kubeadm to a ConfigMap

Synopsis

Uploads the kubeadm init configuration of your cluster to a ConfigMap called kubeadm-config in the kube-system namespace. This enables correct configuration of system components and a seamless user experience when upgrading.

Alternatively, you can use kubeadm config.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase upload-config [flags]

Examples

  # uploads the configuration of your cluster
  kubeadm alpha phase upload-config --config=myConfig.yaml

Options

      --config string       Path to a kubeadm config file. WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental!
  -h, --help                help for upload-config
      --kubeconfig string   The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

kubeadm alpha phase addon

You can install all the available addons with the all subcommand, or install them selectively.

Please note that if kubeadm is invoked with --feature-gates=CoreDNS=true, CoreDNS is installed instead of kube-dns.

Installs all addons to a Kubernetes cluster

Synopsis

Installs the kube-dns and the kube-proxys addons components via the API server. Please note that although the DNS server is deployed, it will not be scheduled until CNI is installed.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase addon all [flags]

Examples

  # Installs the kube-dns and the kube-proxys addons components via the API server,
  # functionally equivalent to what installed by kubeadm init.
  
  kubeadm alpha phase selfhosting from-staticpods

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address or DNS name the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --config string                        Path to a kubeadm config file. WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental!
      --feature-gates string                 A set of key=value pairs that describe feature gates for various features.Options are:
Auditing=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
CoreDNS=true|false (BETA - default=false)
DynamicKubeletConfig=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
SelfHosting=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
StoreCertsInSecrets=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
  -h, --help                                 help for all
      --image-repository string              Choose a container registry to pull control plane images from (default "k8s.gcr.io")
      --kubeconfig string                    The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")
      --kubernetes-version string            Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --pod-network-cidr string              The range of IP addresses used for the Pod network
      --service-cidr string                  The range of IP address used for service VIPs (default "10.96.0.0/12")
      --service-dns-domain string            Alternative domain for services (default "cluster.local")

Installs the kube-proxy addon to a Kubernetes cluster

Synopsis

Installs the kube-proxy addon components via the API server.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase addon kube-proxy [flags]

Options

      --apiserver-advertise-address string   The IP address or DNS name the API server is accessible on
      --apiserver-bind-port int32            The port the API server is accessible on (default 6443)
      --config string                        Path to a kubeadm config file. WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental!
  -h, --help                                 help for kube-proxy
      --image-repository string              Choose a container registry to pull control plane images from (default "k8s.gcr.io")
      --kubeconfig string                    The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")
      --kubernetes-version string            Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --pod-network-cidr string              The range of IP addresses used for the Pod network

Installs the kube-dns addon to a Kubernetes cluster

Synopsis

Installs the kube-dns addon components via the API server. Please note that although the DNS server is deployed, it will not be scheduled until CNI is installed.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase addon kube-dns [flags]

Options

      --config string               Path to a kubeadm config file. WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental!
      --feature-gates string        A set of key=value pairs that describe feature gates for various features.Options are:
Auditing=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
CoreDNS=true|false (BETA - default=false)
DynamicKubeletConfig=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
SelfHosting=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
StoreCertsInSecrets=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
  -h, --help                        help for kube-dns
      --image-repository string     Choose a container registry to pull control plane images from (default "k8s.gcr.io")
      --kubeconfig string           The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")
      --kubernetes-version string   Choose a specific Kubernetes version for the control plane (default "stable-1.10")
      --service-cidr string         The range of IP address used for service VIPs (default "10.96.0.0/12")
      --service-dns-domain string   Alternative domain for services (default "cluster.local")

kubeadm alpha phase self-hosting

Caution: Self-hosting is an alpha feature. See kubeadm init documentation for self-hosting limitations.

Converts a static Pod-hosted control plane into a self-hosted one

Synopsis

Converts static Pod files for control plane components into self-hosted DaemonSets configured via the Kubernetes API.

See the documentation for self-hosting limitations.

Alpha Disclaimer: this command is currently alpha.

kubeadm alpha phase selfhosting convert-from-staticpods [flags]

Examples

  # Converts a static Pod-hosted control plane into a self-hosted one,
  # functionally equivalent to what generated by kubeadm init executed
  # with --feature-gates=SelfHosting=true.
  
  kubeadm alpha phase selfhosting convert-from-staticpods

Options

      --cert-dir string        The path where certificates are stored (default "/etc/kubernetes/pki")
      --config string          Path to a kubeadm config file. WARNING: Usage of a configuration file is experimental!
      --feature-gates string   A set of key=value pairs that describe feature gates for various features. Options are:
Auditing=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
CoreDNS=true|false (BETA - default=false)
DynamicKubeletConfig=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
SelfHosting=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
StoreCertsInSecrets=true|false (ALPHA - default=false)
  -h, --help                   help for convert-from-staticpods
      --kubeconfig string      The KubeConfig file to use when talking to the cluster (default "/etc/kubernetes/admin.conf")

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