You can update a metadata label that is not relevant for your deployment. it will trigger a rolling-update
Use Deployments, and consider your ConfigMaps to be immutable.
When you want to change your config, make a new file called configmap and make chnages to that file and point your deployment to this new updated configmap file.
Immutable ConfigMaps is the right approach for me, too.
setting new version configmap name in the deployment.yml, solves consistency problems too.
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