Unable to open jenkins on the slave- Kubernetes

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I have set up a kubernetes cluster and started a container with the intent to run jenkins. I'm able to access/open jenkins from my master but unable to from my slave. Why is that so and how do I make it work?
Dec 18, 2018 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Execute these commands first and let me know the output:

sudo systemctl status jenkins
wheris jenkins

Also, check if your internet is working properly.

answered Dec 18, 2018 by Charlie

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