Use case

You can use SSH to gain access into containers of applications, databases or services.

You would use this shell to run commands for troubleshooting or to run on-demand processes which generate data / rebuild cache etc.



The bns ssh command is the one needed to create this shell.

It’s using kubectl exec {SHELL} behind the scenes, so it is not altering Kubernetes resources in any way.


Use a custom shell

By default, the /bin/sh shell is used, but this can be overridden by passing in the --shell argument.

bns ssh --component Qb02Ryw034 --shell /bin/bash