Once you copy your
$HOME/.kube/config you can
transparently use standard
kubectl instead of
Even though I am unrelated to Rancher, it sounds quite like an advertisement to this point. It’s just, the tool helps me a lot during work on k8s tasks and we are not finished yet.
Cleanup of Environment (Temporary Use)
Just one word of warning, it’s really easy to get k3s running on a modern Linux workstation, but it’s quite tedious to cleanup without a reboot, if you just want to run it temporarily. I am currently working on a proper cleanup script for my environment (draft at k3s_cleanup.sh).
To make it worse, shutdown and reboot will take a very long time, because
systemd is waiting for decommissioning of some resources. I did no proper
debugging, but if I cleanup k3s beforehand with the script, the problems will
I think, you will find an
uninstall script, if you are using the installation
script, but I just want a proper shutdown of the