OpenShift 4.4: Updated List Views – Pods and Projects
May 4, 2020 | by
In Red Hat OpenShift 4.4, we wanted to make it even easier for our users to get the information they need most. This is why we’ve revamped some of our list views to provide the most relevant resource-specific data. Some of the columns we’ve added include Memory, CPU, and Created date. Read on to learn about the specific data we’ve added to our Pods, Projects, and Nodes list views!
On the Pods page, you’ll notice a handful of new columns have been added:
Ready shows how many of the pod’s containers are ready
Restarts displays how many times the pod has restarted
Owner links to the resource that the pod is owned by
Memory shows the memory utilization of the pod
CPU shows the CPU utilization of the pod
Created displays how long ago the pod was created
On the Projects page, we’ve added the following columns:
Display Name shows the project’s alternate name, if one was provided upon creation
Memory shows the memory utilization of the project
CPU shows the CPU utilization of the project
Created displays how long ago the project was created
Let us know what you think
We hope these additions to the pods, projects, and nodes list views make it even easier to accomplish your tasks. Make sure to check out OpenShift 4.4 to experience the new list views and let us know what you think by taking this brief 3-minute survey.
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