Cluster Setting

  1. First, select a cluster from the list.

  2. Once the cluster is selected, you have two options:

    • Click on the settings button located on the main toolbar.

    • Open the cluster context menu on the grid by clicking on the three-dot button, then select "Cluster Settings".

Once selected, the cluster settings page will open. Here are the different submenus that this page offers:

  1. Configuration: In this section of the settings page, we can:

    • Change the display name of the cluster.

    • Access the location of the configuration file. Clicking on it will open your favorite editor, allowing you to make changes.

    • Color picker: Allows you to color-code your cluster.

    • Icon Picker: Allows you to select an icon to represent your cluster.

  2. NodeShelll

    • Node Shell Image: Allows you to customize the image used to create a node shell pod.

    • Image Pull Secret: Allows you to set the secret name that permits pulling the node shell image from your private repository.

  3. Metrics: K8Studio uses Prometheus as a metric provider. Here, you can specify the namespace, service name, and port of your Prometheus service.

  4. Namespaces: In cases where you are accessing the cluster with restricted access, you need to inform K8Studio which namespaces you are allowed to query within the cluster.

  5. Proxy: If you want to set a proxy to connect to your cluster, this is where you can configure it. You will need to provide the protocol, host, and settings. K8 Studio supports (HTTP, HTTPS, SOCKS4, SOCKS5). If this setting is not configured, K8Studio will use the proxy URL setting, if any, that is specified in the cluster config. If none of the previous settings are configured, K8Studio will use the environment variables HTTP_PROXY and HTTPS_PROXY to determine the cluster's proxy settings.

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