Last modified: Sep 8, 2021

Cheat Sheet

Qucik guide for different commands


git clone repourl



docker ps to list all running docker containers.


kubectl get pods list all pods in current cluster

kubectl -n default logs -f deployment/altinn-storage --all-containers=True - get logs for all components of the same deployment

kubectl describe pod [pod name] describes current state and lists environment variables for a given pod

kubectl delete pod [pod name] deletes a pod and a new pod of the same deployment will start

kubectl set env [deployment] [key]=[value] update or insert new enviornment variable for a deployment

More useful kubectl commands can be found in Kubernetes’ own documentation.


helm uninstall [deployment] deletes a helm release. Running pods in AKS cluster will also be deleted.


Azure CLI