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The terms implied by virtue of the SGA 1979 ss [...] are classified as conditions. Note in particular s 13(1A) and s 14(6). Consequently, this creates a right to treat the contract as repudiated for any breach of these implied terms (i.e. reject the goods and claim a refund) and claim damages.
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The terms implied by virtue of the SGA 1979 ss 12–15 are classified as conditions. Note in particular s 13(1A) and s 14(6). Consequently, this creates a right to treat the contract as repudiated for any breach of these implied terms (i.e

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In kubernetes, [...] are wrappers around one or more tighltly coupled containers.
pods

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In kubernetes, [...] can be thought of as a logical server that contain one or more (but mostly one) running applications, running as a container.
pods

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In kubernetes, [...] are actual (physical or cloud) servers that run one or more pods.
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In kubernetes, pods are wrappers around a container and can be though of as a logical server, while [...] are the actual phyisical or cloud servers that run one or more pods.
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In kubernetes, [...] are wrappers around a container and can be though of as a logical server, while nodes are the actual phyisical or cloud servers that run them.
pods

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In kubernetes, the [...] node(s) is responsible for scheduling pods to run on worker nodes.
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In kubernetes, if you want to setup a cluster and try kubernetes on your local machine you can use a tool called [...] .

minikube

^^ note that the way minikube works is by setting up a one node cluster on your local machine using a VM (such as virtualbox).

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In kubernetes, the master node communicates with pods running on the worker nodes, via a process on the worker nodes called [...]
kubelet

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In kubernetes, on the worker nodes (that actually host the pods), two processes/daemons are running, the [...] (that communicates with the master node on the cluster and controls the pods) and docker.
kubelet

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In kubernetes, on the worker nodes (that actually host the pods), two processes/daemons are running, the kubelet (that communicates with the master node on the cluster and controls the pods) and [...] .

docker

^^ or a similar containerized engine (but mostly docker)

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In kubernetes, you mostly use [...] as a way to create and manage pods (i.e. scale, etc).
deployments

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In kubernetes, you can manage your cluster (by communicating with the master node REST API) via a CLI tool called [...] .

kubectl

^^^ pronounced "kube control"

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In kubernetes, the format of most kubectl commands is:

kubectl [...] resource

action

^^^ for example "kubectl get pods", where get is action and pods is resource.

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In kubernetes, the format of most kubectl commands is:

kubectl action [...]

resource

^^^ for example "kubectl get pods", where get is action and pods is resource.

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In kubernetes, what command do you use if you want to just get a simple list of your cluster resources (e.g. list of pods/nodes/deployments, etc), complete following occulsion:

kubectl [...] pods

get

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In kubernetes, what command do you use if you want to get details about your resources (e.g. details of pods/nodes/deployments, etc). Complete following occusion:

kubectl [...] pods

describe

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In kubernetes, if you have a container running in a pod called 'test-deployment-abcd", issue command to get access to all the logs the container app is sending to stdout:

kubectl logs test-deployment-abcd

^^ note for "kubectl logs", "kubectl exec", "kubectl run" commands you don't need to follow up with resource type "pod", just follow up with pod name (or new deployment name in case of "kubectl run")

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In kubernetes, if you have a container running in a pod called "test-deployment-abcd", issue command to get inside that container shell (to debug for example)?

kubectl exec -it test-deployment-abcd /bin/bash

^^ note you need the -it because you want to get in interactive terminal shell

^^^ note for "kubectl exec", "kubectl logs", "kubectl run" commands you don't need to follow up with resource type "pod", just follow up with pod name (or new deployment name in case of "kubectl run")

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In kubernetes, if you have a container running in a pod, that exposes a web server through some port, since the pod only has an internal IP within the cluster and say you have no public IP for the pod using kubernetes "service" approach, how can you access the webserver? (answer contains two steps)

Through using "kubectl proxy", and then doing curl to the API endpoint of the pod

^^ note that "kubectl proxy" command creates a proxy process through which you can hit the endpoints of your cluster

^^^ note that "kubectl proxy" does not return any output and just keeps running in the shell till you ctrl-c/termintate it, so run it from a seperate terminal than your curl command

^^^^ the curl command would be something like: curl http://localhost:8001/api/v1/namespaces/default/pods/\$POD_NAME/proxy/ , where 8001 is port proxy is running on

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 154 Journal of Family and Community Medicine | December 2014 | Vol 21 | Issue 3 | 154-161 The impact of Vitamin D deficiency on asthma, allergic rhinitis and wheezing in children: An emerging public health problem

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 Background: Vitamin D deficiency has been declared a public health problem for both adults and children worldwide. Asthma and related allergic diseases are the leading causes of morbidity in children. The objective of this study was to investigate the potential role of Vitamin D deficiency in childhood asthma and other allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis and wheezing. Materials and Methods: This cross‑sectional study was conducted in Primary Health Care Centers (PHCs), from March 2012 to October 2013. A total of 2350 Qatari children below the age of 16 were selected from PHCs, and 1833 agreed to participate in this study giving a response rate of (78%). Face‑to‑face interviews with parents of all the children were based on a questionnaire that included variables such as socio‑demographic information, assessment of nondietary covariates, Vitamin D intake, type of feeding, and laboratory investigations. Their health status was assessed by serum Vitamin D (25‑hydoxyvitamin D), family history and body mass index. Results: Most of the children who had asthma (38.5%), allergic rhinitis (34.8%) and wheezing (35.7%) were below 5 years. Consanguinity was significantly higher in parents of children with allergic rhinitis (48.6%), followed by those with asthma (46.4%) and wheezing (40.8%) than in healthy children (35.9%) (P < 0.001). The proportion of severe Vitamin D deficiency was significantly higher in children with wheezing (23.4%), allergic rhinitis (18.5%), and asthma (17%) than in healthy children (10.5%). Exposure to the sun was significantly less in Vitamin D deficient children with asthma (60.3%), allergic rhinitis (62.5%) and wheezing (64.4%) than in controls (47.1%) (P = 0.008). It was found that Vitamin D deficiency was a significant correlate for asthma (odds ratio [OR] =2.31; P < 0.001), allergic rhinitis (OR = 1.59; P < 0.001) and wheezing (relative risk = 1.29; P = 0.05). Conclusion: The study findings revealed a high prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in children with asthma and allergic diseases. Vitamin D deficiency was a strong correlate for asthma, allergic rhinitis and wheezing

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 March 2012 to October 2013. A total of 2350 Qatari children below the age of 16 were selected from PHCs, and 1833 agreed to participate in this study giving a response rate of (78%). Face‑to‑face interviews with parents of all the children were based on a questionnaire that included variables such as socio‑demographic information, assessment of nondietary covariates, Vitamin D intake, type of feeding, and laboratory investigations. Their health status was assessed by serum Vitamin D (25‑hydoxyvitamin D), family history and body mass index. Results: Most of the children who had asthma (38.5%), allergic rhinitis (34.8%) and wheezing (35.7%) were below 5 years. Consanguinity was significantly higher in parents of children with allergic rhinitis (48.6%), followed by those with asthma (46.4%) and wheezing (40.8%) than in healthy children (35.9%) (P < 0.001). The proportion of severe Vitamin D deficiency was significantly higher in children with wheezing (23.4%), allergic rhinitis (18.5%), and asthma (17%) than in healthy children (10.5%). Exposure to the sun was significantly less in Vitamin D deficient children with asthma (60.3%), allergic rhinitis (62.5%) and wheezing (64.4%) than in controls (47.1%) (P = 0.008). It was found that Vitamin D deficiency was a significant correlate for asthma (odds ratio [OR] =2.31; P < 0.001), allergic rhinitis (OR = 1.59; P < 0.001) and wheezing (relative risk = 1.29; P = 0.05). Conclusion: The study findings revealed a high prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in children with asthma and allergic diseases. Vitamin D deficiency was a strong correlate for asthma, allergic rhinitis and wheezing

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59; P < 0.001) and wheezing (relative risk = 1.29; P = 0.05). Conclusion: The study findings revealed a high prevalence of Vitamin D deficiency in children with asthma and allergic diseases. <span>Vitamin D deficiency was a strong correlate for asthma, allergic rhinitis and wheezing <span>

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[...] deficiency was a strong correlate for asthma, allergic rhinitis and wheezing