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kube-fzf: Get pod details (from all namespaces).
$ findpod -a
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The command "findpod -a" is used to locate or find all the pods running in a Kubernetes cluster.

In Kubernetes, a pod is the smallest deployable unit that represents a single instance of a process or a group of tightly coupled processes. Pods are responsible for running containers, sharing network and storage resources, and collectively providing a logical unit of application functionality.

The "findpod" command is likely a custom or third-party script or tool used for searching or retrieving information about pods. The "-a" flag in this command indicates that it will return all the pods available in the cluster, rather than filtering or narrowing down the search based on specific criteria.

When you execute the command "findpod -a," it will scan the Kubernetes cluster and retrieve information about all the pods currently running, including their names, statuses, labels, and other relevant details.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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