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Currently practicing exercises for the CKAD exam and I am on the fourth exercise on here: https://github.com/dgkanatsios/CKAD-exercises/blob/master/a.core_concepts.md I first did this: kubectl run busy –image=busybox –restart=Never –command — env -o yaml > busy.yaml and when i ran cat busy.yaml i got back pod/busy created when i was expecting the yaml file But according to the exercise answer, i was supposed to do this: kubectl run busy2 –image=busybox –restart=Never -o yaml –command — env > busy2.yaml which gave me the yaml file when i did cat busy2.yaml What is the difference? Why did the first command return a the output of the success of the entire kubectl command but the second gave me the yaml file? submitted by /u/inTheWorkforce [link] [comments]

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