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Minikube Tutorials: Minikube Basic Workflow

Step 1 – Start your cluster

From a terminal with administrator access (but not logged in as root), run:

$ minikube start –driver=virtualbox

If minikube fails to start, see the drivers page for help setting up a compatible container or virtual-machine manager.


Step 2 – Interact with your cluster

If you already have kubectl installed, you can now use it to access your shiny new cluster:

$ kubectl get po -A

Alternatively, minikube can download the appropriate version of kubectl and you should be able to use it like this:

$ minikube kubectl — get po -A

You can also make your life easier by adding the following to your shell config:

alias kubectl=”minikube kubectl –“

Step 3 – Interact with your cluster

Initially, some services such as the storage-provisioner, may not yet be in a Running state. This is a normal condition during cluster bring-up, and will resolve itself momentarily. For additional insight into your cluster state, minikube bundles the Kubernetes Dashboard, allowing you to get easily acclimated to your new environment:

$ minikube dashboard

Step 4 – Manage your cluster

Pause Kubernetes without impacting deployed applications:

$ minikube pause

Unpause a paused instance:

$ minikube unpause

Halt the cluster:

$ minikube stop

Change the default memory limit (requires a restart):

$ minikube config set memory 9001

Browse the catalog of easily installed Kubernetes services:

$ minikube addons list

Create a second cluster running an older Kubernetes release:

$ minikube start -p aged --kubernetes-version=v1.16.1

Delete all of the minikube clusters:

 $ minikube delete --all
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