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Re: openshift kube is now 'kubectl', not 'kubecfg'



To clarify, this exposes the resize command under "openshift kube" which disappeared temporarily.

> On Feb 2, 2015, at 3:11 PM, Clayton Coleman <ccoleman redhat com> wrote:
> 
> https://github.com/openshift/origin/pull/825 has replaced the use of kubecfg for `openshift kube` (which is removed upstream) with kubectl.  The kubectl command is *exactly* what upstream supports, but also supports the OpenShift resource objects.
> 
> It also exposes the "experimental" prefix under `openshift ex`, which contains new commands that we are prototyping and testing but are not yet in their final form.  Things under `ex` may change without notice, changes under `openshift cli` / `osc` will *only* change with backwards compatibility or notice.
> 
> Login functionality is coming soon - until then, you can use `openshift ex config` or `openshift kube config` to set your configuration on disk.
> 


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