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Question

In kubernetes, if you do a rolling update to upgrade container images of your pods via following command (note deployment is called "kubernetes-bootcamp"):

kubectl set image deployment.v1.apps/kubernetes-bootcamp kubernetes-bootcamp=gcr.io/google-sample/kubernetes-bootcamp:v2

Assume update went bad (i.e. one or more pods are down post-update), issue command to roll back to imediate previous version

Answer
kubectl rollout undo deployment kubernetes-bootcamp

Question

In kubernetes, if you do a rolling update to upgrade container images of your pods via following command (note deployment is called "kubernetes-bootcamp"):

kubectl set image deployment.v1.apps/kubernetes-bootcamp kubernetes-bootcamp=gcr.io/google-sample/kubernetes-bootcamp:v2

Assume update went bad (i.e. one or more pods are down post-update), issue command to roll back to imediate previous version

Answer
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Question

In kubernetes, if you do a rolling update to upgrade container images of your pods via following command (note deployment is called "kubernetes-bootcamp"):

kubectl set image deployment.v1.apps/kubernetes-bootcamp kubernetes-bootcamp=gcr.io/google-sample/kubernetes-bootcamp:v2

Assume update went bad (i.e. one or more pods are down post-update), issue command to roll back to imediate previous version

Answer
kubectl rollout undo deployment kubernetes-bootcamp

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