Getting Started with Kubernetes | Observability: Are Your Applications Healthy?

1) Requirement

2) Liveness and Readiness Probes

Application Health Status — Introduction to the Liveness and Readiness Probes

Application Health Status — Instructions for Use

Check Methods

Check Results

Application Health Status — Pod Probe Spec

Application Health Status — Summary of Liveness and Readiness Probes

3) Problem Diagnosis

Application Troubleshooting — State Mechanism

Application Troubleshooting — Common Application Exceptions

Pod Stays in the Pending State

Pod Stays in the Waiting State

Pod Restarts Repeatedly and Stops Responding

Pod is in the Running State but is Abnormal

Service is Abnormal

4) Remote Application Debugging

Remote Pod Debugging

Remote Service Debugging

Open Source Debugger — kubectl-debug

Summary

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