k8dash is now Skooner! We are currently updating our documentation to reflect this change.
More documentation coming soon.
# Understanding the Skooner UI
Once you have Skooner running, familiarize yourself with the Skooner user interface.
|Nodes||Provides insight on server resource allocations. Shows the list of servers and the CPU / RAM used by each server. |
For more details, click on a server. This shows which pods are running on that server.
|Workloads||Helps you monitor deployments. Shows the deployments, daemon sets, jobs, etc. |
For more details, click on the listed pods. In this view, you can:
- Edit the pod configuration YAML
- View the documentation
- Delete a pod
- View logs or even SSH into a pod directly from your browser.
|Namespace||Helps to filter your cluster details by namespace.|
|A config map is a Kubernetes concept that allows you to set up configurations and tie them to deployments.|
|Manage users, roles, and permissions for your cluster.|
|Apply||Make YAML configuration changes to your cluster.|
|Storage||Manage persistent volumes and claims.|
Skooner also includes sections for services, replicas, and more.