A rolling update works by: // Update pods of frontend-v1 using new replication controller data in frontend-v2
$ kubectl rolling-update frontend-v1 -f frontend-v2// Update pods of frontend-v1 using JSON data passed into stdin.
This will be a bigger issue for those with 16GB i Phones or i Pads, and not so much for those with larger-capacity devices.
When the update is ready to download, your device should show you a popup alert to tell you so.
If you need to update more than just the image (e.g., command arguments, environment variables), you can create a new replication controller, with a new name and distinguishing label value, such as: 't exceed 5 pods) Scaling my-nginx-v4 up to 1 Scaling my-nginx down to 3 Scaling my-nginx-v4 up to 2 Scaling my-nginx down to 2 Scaling my-nginx-v4 up to 3 Scaling my-nginx down to 1 Scaling my-nginx-v4 up to 4 Scaling my-nginx down to 0 Scaling my-nginx-v4 up to 5 Update succeeded.
Deleting old controller: my-nginx replicationcontroller "my-nginx-v4" rolling updated duration is reached during a rolling update, the operation will fail with some pods belonging to the new replication controller, and some to the original controller.
Be aware that it might take upwards of 24 hours to actually get the i OS 10 update delivered to your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod. One rule of thumb: backup your device before updating.
If there is no Primary Multi-Domain Server, you must first promote a secondary Multi-Domain Server to be the primary.You can also check manually: tap on the Settings icon, then the General tab, and tap Software Update. The download time usually depends on your Wi-Fi speed and the amount of traffic Apple's servers are seeing. Once you get the download, enjoy all the new features!Note: The preferred way to create a replicated application is to use a Deployment, which in turn uses a Replica Set.The update will fail if // Update the pods of frontend-v1 to frontend-v2 $ kubectl rolling-update frontend-v1 frontend-v2 --image=image:v2 // Update the pods of frontend, keeping the replication controller name $ kubectl rolling-update frontend --image=image:v2 deployment NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE DEPLOYMENT my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46-k156z 1/1 Running 0 1m ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46-v95yh 1/1 Running 0 35s ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 my-nginx-divi2 1/1 Running 0 2h 2d1d7a8f682934a254002b56404b813e my-nginx-o0ef1 1/1 Running 0 2h 2d1d7a8f682934a254002b56404b813e my-nginx-q6all 1/1 Running 0 8m 2d1d7a8f682934a254002b56404b813e Scaling up my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 from 0 to 3, scaling down my-nginx from 3 to 0 (keep 3 pods available, don't exceed 4 pods) Scaling my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 up to 1 Scaling my-nginx down to 2 Scaling my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 up to 2 Scaling my-nginx down to 1 Scaling my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 up to 3 Scaling my-nginx down to 0 Update succeeded.Deleting old controller: my-nginx Renaming my-nginx-ccba8fbd8cc8160970f63f9a2696fc46 to my-nginx replicationcontroller "my-nginx" rolling updated This is one example where the immutability of containers is a huge asset.