You can view the node list of the Kubernetes cluster by using commands, in the Container Service console, or in the Kubernetes dashboard.

View node list by using commands

Note
Before using commands to view the node list of the Kubernetes cluster, Connect to a Kubernetes cluster by using kubectl first.

After connecting to the Kubernetes cluster by using kubectl, run the following command to view the nodes in the cluster:

kubectl get nodes

Sample output:

$ kubectl get nodes
NAME STATUS AGE VERSION
iz2ze2n6ep53tch701yh9zz Ready 19m v1.6.1-2+ed9e3d33a07093
iz2zeafr762wibijx39e5az Ready 7m v1.6.1-2+ed9e3d33a07093
iz2zeafr762wibijx39e5bz Ready 7m v1.6.1-2+ed9e3d33a07093
iz2zef4dnn9nos8elyr32kz Ready 14m v1.6.1-2+ed9e3d33a07093
iz2zeitvvo8enoreufstkmz Ready 11m v1.6.1-2+ed9e3d33a07093

View node list in Container Service console

  1. Log on to the Container Service console.
  2. Click Kubernetes >Clusters > > Nodesin the left-side navigation pane.
  3. Select the cluster from the Cluster drop-down list and then view the node list of this cluster.

View node list in Kubernetes dashboard

  1. Log on to the Container Service console.
  2. Click Kubernetes > Clusters in the left-side navigation pane.
  3. Click Dashboard at the right of the cluster to enter the Kubernetes dashboard.


  4. In the Kubernetes dashboard, click Nodes in the left-side navigation pane to view the node list of this cluster.