What are selector based selectors in Kubernetes?

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What are selector based selectors in Kubernetes?
Apr 17 in Kubernetes by Jinu
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This type of selector allows filtering keys according to a set of values. So, in other words, the selector based selector will look for pods whose label has been mentioned in the set.
Say your label key says app in (
nginx, NPS, Apache). Then, with this selector, if your app is equal to any of nginx, NPS, or Apache, then the selector will take it as a true result.

answered Apr 17 by Kim

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