is there any way we can run kubectl command without sudo acess in KOPS kubernetes?

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Aug 27 in Kubernetes by anonymous
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Yes, you can use kubectl on kops without sudo access. Something like this:

kops create cluster \
 --name=${NAME} \
 --zones=us-east-2a \
 --master-size="t2.micro" \
 --node-size="t2.micro" \
 --node-count="3" \
 --ssh-public-key="~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub"
answered Aug 28 by Adarsh

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