If you want to run shell instructions inside your Kubernetes cluster, then you should utilize the
kubectl run command.
What the syntax appears to be like like
kubectl run --image=<imagename> <identify> -restart=By no means -it --rm -- /bin/sh -c "<command>"
Breaking this down, you cross in an
imagename which is the container picture you wish to execute the instructions in, the
identify of this momentary container, after which
command you wish to run in it.
-it signifies that it’s an interactive command, whereas
--rm tells the container to not persist as soon as it has accomplished execution.
An instance command
kubectl run --image=busybox bbox1 --restart=By no means -it --rm -- /bin/sh -c "wget -q0 http://220.127.116.11/"
Observe that the IP above
18.104.22.168 must be swapped out with the IP handle you need to run
wget towards. You will get your Cluster IP by operating
kuebctl get svc.