How to edit ConfigMap to add new data

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Hi Guys,

I have created one ConfigMap. Now I want to add new data to this ConfigMap. How can I do that?

Aug 31, 2020 in Kubernetes by MD
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Hi@MD,

You can edit your ConfigMap. Kubectl has commands to edit your file. It will show in YML format by default. Use the below command to edit your ConfigMap.

$ kubectl edit configmap my-config
answered Aug 31, 2020 by akhtar
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