Error saying “Error from server (NotFound): the server could not find the requested resource”

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I'm running kubectl create -f blah.yml

The response I get is:

Error from server (NotFound): the server could not find the requested resource

Is there any way to determine which resource was requested that was not found?

kubectl get ns returns

NAME STATUS AGE
default Active 243d
kube-public Active 243d
kube-system Active 243d

This is not a cron job.
Client version 1.9
Server version 1.6

Sep 19, 2018 in Kubernetes by lina
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2 answers to this question.

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Running kubectl create -f blah.yml -v=8 will print all the HTTP traffic (requests and responses) in an easy to read way. In this way, one can identify which resource is not available from the http responses.

answered Sep 19, 2018 by Kalgi
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official Documentation says:

A client should be skewed no more than one minor version from the master, but may lead the master by up to one minor version. For example, a v1.3 master should work with v1.1, v1.2, and v1.3 nodes, and should work with v1.2, v1.3, and v1.4 clients

You can either downgrade the client or upgrade the server!

answered Sep 19, 2018 by Nilesh
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