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Re: How to edit node port in service?



Order of creation should not matter.  NodePort is an additional
feature that can be enabled for services to expose a high port on all
nodes (but you would need to load balance those).

> On Jul 22, 2016, at 2:36 AM, David Strejc <david strejc gmail com> wrote:
>
> Here is the link to printscreen of mine where I am trying to configure service
> after the creation of pods.
>
> https://octopussystems.cz/images/service.png
>
> I've successfully added pod under service. My docker image is exposing
> port 9090.
>
> I got route attached to service.
>
> But there is Node Port (which is for me confusing as I don't know what
> this means)
> and I can't configure it so the Service is not working.
>
> Is this scenario feasible? As I've created Pod before service and I am trying to
> put it under service after the creation.
>
> Many thanks for any suggestions (docs or other).
>
> David Strejc
> https://octopussystems.cz
> t: +420734270131
> e: david strejc gmail com
>
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