you can create an alias or you can can add plugin in the
plugins=( kubectl )
then you can use the common alias given below or
or you can try
# Deployment management. alias kgd='kubectl get deployment'
There are a couple of aliases that you can use regarding deployment.
| | | **Deployment management** | | kgd | `kubectl get deployment` | Get the deployment | | kgdw | `kgd --watch` | After getting the deployment, watch for changes | | kgdwide | `kgd -o wide` | After getting the deployment, output in plain-text format with any additional information | | ked | `kubectl edit deployment` | Edit deployment resource from the default editor | | kdd | `kubectl describe deployment` | Describe deployment resource in detail | | kdeld | `kubectl delete deployment` | Delete the deployment | | ksd | `kubectl scale deployment` | Scale a deployment | | krsd | `kubectl rollout status deployment` | Check the rollout status of a deployment | | kres | `kubectl set env $@ REFRESHED_AT=...` | Recreate all pods in deployment with zero-downtime
you can find more common list here
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