In this tutorial, you will download the kubeconfig and add it to your system environment, so that you can access your project from your local system.
This is a requirement for most of the following tutorials, so there will not be a clean-up after this tutorial.
You have created a MetaKube cluster.
To download the kubeconfig, from clusters view select the correct cluster. On the top right you can find a button
The token in the kubeconfig gives you full admin rights within the Kubernetes cluster.
If you want to invalidate the token, please check Revoke the admin token.
Copy the downloaded kubeconfig to a directory which makes sense in your local setup (e.g.
Test the kubeconfig by setting
KUBECONFIG in your current shell environment:
```bash export KUBECONFIG=<path to your kubeconfig file> ``` Test the result by running this: ```bash kubectl get nodes -o wide ```
If you want to permanently set the path to the kubeconfig file, set the
KUBECONFIG parameter in your
.profile or equivalent.
You can change the admin token by revoking the existing one on the cluster detail page. Already downloaded kubeconfigs are not valid anymore then and need to be re-downloaded:
There is no clean-up for this tutorial, as you will need this for most of the upcoming tutorials.