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rbac-lookup: View all RBAC bindings along with IAM roles (if you are using GKE).
$ rbac-lookup --gke
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The rbac-lookup --gke command is used to look up the Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) configuration for a specific Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster.

RBAC is a security mechanism in Kubernetes that allows you to define fine-grained access control policies for different resources within a cluster. RBAC uses Roles and RoleBindings to specify permissions and bind them to user accounts or groups.

The rbac-lookup is a tool or script that helps you retrieve and display the RBAC configuration of a GKE cluster. When used with the --gke flag, it refers to a GKE-specific variant of the tool, which is designed to work with GKE clusters specifically.

By executing the rbac-lookup --gke command, you can gather information on the RBAC rules defined in your GKE cluster, such as the existing roles, role bindings, and associated users or groups. This can be useful for reviewing and troubleshooting the RBAC configuration of your GKE cluster to ensure secure access control.

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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