Commit c9e2821b authored by Jason Colyer's avatar Jason Colyer
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Added Evan's suggestions

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After a couple of minutes, your cluster will be ready to go. You can now proceed
to install some [pre-defined applications](#installing-applications).
If you need to determine some of the above values, the following should prove helpful:
To determine the:
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- The API URL:
- You can get this via the command: `kubectl cluster-info | grep 'Kubernetes master' | awk '/http/ {print $NF}'`
- The Token:
- You will first need to determine which secret you need the token for.
- To list the secrets, run the command: `kubectl get secrets`
- Determine which secret you want the token for
- Run this command to get the token: `kubectl get secret <SECRET_NAME> -o jsonpath="{['data']['token']}" | base64 -D`
- Replace `<SECRET_NAME>` with the secret you want the token for
- The CA Certificate:
- You can determine the certificate via this command: `kubectl get secret <secret name> -o jsonpath="{['data']['ca\.crt']}" | base64 -D`
- API URL, run `kubectl cluster-info | grep 'Kubernetes master' | awk '/http/ {print $NF}'`
- Token:
1. List the secrets by running `kubectl get secrets`. Note the name of the secret you need the token for.
2. Get the token for the noted secret by running `kubectl get secret <SECRET_NAME> -o jsonpath="{['data']['token']}" | base64 -D`
- CA Certificate, run `kubectl get secret <secret name> -o jsonpath="{['data']['ca\.crt']}" | base64 -D`
## Security implications
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