Last modified October 26, 2018

gsctl show cluster

The gsctl show cluster command displays details on a cluster.

Usage

gsctl show cluster <cluster-id>

Output details

Example output for an AWS based cluster:

ID:                            vxvc7
Name:                          Staging cluster for Frontend
Created:                       2017 Sept 29, 09:26 UTC
Organization:                  giantswarm
Kubernetes API endpoint:       https://api.vxvc7.REDACTED.aws.gigantic.io
Release version:               n/a
Workers:                       3
Worker instance type:          m3.large
CPU cores in workers:          6
RAM in worker nodes (GB):      22.5

Example output for a KVM based cluster:

ID:                            tjjm7
Name:                          Staging Cluster
Created:                       2018 Mar 06, 14:23 UTC
Organization:                  giantswarm
Kubernetes API endpoint:       https://api.tjjm7.REDACTED.kvm.gigantic.io
Release version:               2.2.1
Workers:                       2
CPU cores in workers:          4
RAM in worker nodes (GB):      4
Storage in worker nodes (GB):  80
Ingress port for http:         30020
Ingress port for https:        30021

The output lines in detail:

  • ID: unique cluster identifier
  • Name: cluster name
  • Created: date and time of cluster creation
  • Organization: organization owning the cluster
  • Kubernetes API endpoint: URL of the Kubernetes API for this cluster
  • Release version: Release used in this cluster
  • Workers: Number of worker nodes in this cluster
  • Worker instance type: (only on AWS) EC2 instance type used for worker nodes
  • Worker VM size: (only on Azure) VM size used for worker nodes
  • CPU cores in workers: total number of CPU cores in all worker nodes in this cluster
  • RAM in worker nodes (GB): total amount of memory in all worker nodes in this cluster
  • Storage in worker nodes (GB): (only for KVM) total amount of local storage in all worker nodes in this cluster
  • Ingress port for <protocol>: the port to forward traffic to from your data center’s load balancer(s) to this cluster’s ingress controller for that specific protocol
  • AWS account: (_only on AWS) If the cluster is running using non-default provider credentials, here we show the AWS account ID
  • Azure subscription: (only on Azure) If the cluster is running using non-default provider credentials, here we show the subscription ID
  • Azure tenant: (only on Azure) If the cluster is running using non-default provider credentials, here we show the tenant ID