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#71 in Development tools
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Suspicious pods is a very simple tool, which does a very simple task: print a list of pods in your Kubernetes cluster that might not be working correctly, along with a reason on why that pod is considered suspicious.
$ suspicious-pods --help suspicious-pods 1.0.0 Prints a list of k8s pods that might not be working correctly USAGE: suspicious-pods.exe [FLAGS] <namespace> FLAGS: --all-namespaces Set this flag to scan all namespaces in the cluster -h, --help Prints help information -V, --version Prints version information ARGS: <namespace> The namespace you want to scan [default: default] $ suspicious-pods fluentd-aggregator-0/fluentd-aggregator Restarted 6 times. Last exit code: 1. (Error) fluentd-dgjm8/fluentd Waiting: PodInitializing jaeger-es-index-cleaner-120860-jd7b4/jaeger-es-index-cleaner Waiting: ImagePullBackOff jaeger-operator-5545d554cb-mf5zt/jaeger-operator Restarted 3 times. Last exit code: 137. (OOMKilled) thanos-store-gateway-0 Stuck on init container: wait-for-prometheus
This is useful in big deployments, when you have a large number of pods and you just want to get a quick glimpse of what might be failing in your cluster.
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