This topic describes how to quickly check a Kubernetes cluster in the Container Service console to troubleshoot exceptions.
- A Kubernetes cluster is created. For more information, see Create a Kubernetes cluster.
- The Kubernetes cluster is in the running status.
Note On the Cluster List page, you can check whether the Kubernetes cluster status is in the Running status.
- Log on to the Container Service console.
- In the left-side navigation pane under Container Service-Kubernetes, choose . Find the target Kubernetes cluster, and choose in the action column.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose Note You can also click Inspection in the toolbox area.
- Cluster: displays the cluster name, type, status, and the result of the latest check.
- Inspection: displays the corresponding time and results for the latest five cluster checks.
Note If you check a Kubernetes cluster for the first time, this area does not display any data except for the Start button. Clicking this button opens the the Inspection page where you can then enable cluster checking.
- Toolbox: displays the cluster check module.
- Click Start. Then, in the displayed page, select the Warning check box, and click Start.
Note After you enable the cluster checks, the page displays the progress for the cluster checks in real time.
- Click Details to view the results for the cluster resource and configuration checks.
- Perform the action that corresponds to the result returned from the check.
- Normal: No action is required.
- Warning: Confirm the severity of the issue. If the issue may result in cluster exceptions, perform the appropriate actions to troubleshoot the issue.
- Exception: Perform the required actions to troubleshoot the issue immediately.
- For each resource or configuration (which contains result and instance information) in the result of a check, you can click the corresponding box icon on the right to view the instance and result information.
- If a resource or configuration is not in the normal state, the result displays the checked items, severity of exceptions, and recommended solutions. You can perform actions to troubleshoot as needed.