I have one Pod in my Kubernetes Cluster. Inside this one webserver is running. I have updated my web server page. Now I want to copy this page inside the Pod. How can I do that?
You need to use the kubectl cp command in Kubernetes. This command helps you to copy your file inside the Pod. Use the below-given command.
$ kubectl cp file_name Pod_name:/path
I hope this will help you.
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