An urwid-based interface for watching `cilium monitor` events across your cluster
Cilium microscope allows you to see cilium monitor output from all your cilium nodes. This allows you to have one simple to use command to interact with your cilium nodes within k8s cluster.
Running microscope in your Kubernetes cluster
kubectl run -i --tty microscope --image cilium/microscope --restart=Never -- sh will run a shell inside a pod in your cluster.
./microscope -h inside this shell will show microscope help.
Running microscope locally
To run microscope locally, you need to have Python 3 installed. Using virtualenv is recommended, but not necessary.
To install all dependencies run pip install -r requirements.txt. After dependencies are installed you should be able to run python3 microscope/microscope.py
Alternatively you can run make to build self-contained Python archive which will container all dependencies and requires only Python to run.
The archive will be located in dist/microscope.pyz, and should be executable directly.
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