Describe, get, and logs output from the last deployed Kubernetes object in one command.
- All resources types are supported (including custom resources)
- Arbitrary flags can be passed to the underlying commands
- "get", "describe", and "logs" are the only kubectl output subcommands supported currently
- Automatically be used as a kubectl subcommand through plugin system (installed manually or with krew)
The only requirement is that
kubectl >= 1.11.x must be installed on your system.
curl -Lo kubectl-latest https://github.com/r2d4/kubectl-latest/releases/download/v0.0.1/kubectl-latest-linux-amd64 && chmod +x kubectl-latest && sudo mv kubectl-latest /usr/local/bin
curl -Lo kubectl-latest https://github.com/r2d4/kubectl-latest/releases/download/v0.0.1/kubectl-latest-darwin-amd64 && chmod +x kubectl-latest && sudo mv kubectl-latest /usr/local/bin
You can invoke the binary directly
kubectl-latest or, if you are using
kubectl >= 1.12.x, through kubectl with
# Return the "get" output of the most recent resource (across all types) kubectl latest get # Return the "get" output of the most recent pod, using with the pod short syntax "po" kubectl latest po # or equivalently kubectl latest get po # Return the logs of the most recently pod kubectl latest logs # Returns the "get" output in yaml format of the most recent deployment. # kubectl-latest will pass on arbitrary flags to kubectl kubectl latest deployment -o yaml # Return the "describe" output of the most recent service. kubectl latest describe svc
Building from source
make install will install the binary into $GOBIN
make cross will build binaries and checksum files for all targets
Future Work (Currently not supported but contributions welcome!)
- Namespaces other than the default configured one
- Other subcommands that make sense like label, edit, delete, patch, exec, patch, cp.
- Following logs