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    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    Hello chaosblade
    Sahil Jha
    @sjha2048
    hello everyone!
    Kaushlendra Pratap
    @Kaushl2208
    Hello chaosblade!! I am interested in solving one of the issue as SoC2019 project. Looking for guidance where to start off!
    Weir
    @leeweir
    hello
    yuqibin1994
    @yuqibin1994
    hello chaosblade
    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    Aha, chaosblade 0.4.0 has been released, see https://github.com/chaosblade-io/chaosblade/releases/tag/v0.4.0 for details.
    soura49
    @soura49
    hi Chaosblade
    We were looking at the tool to implement the choas engineering at my currentt company
    I have few questions about the implemenataion of tool at scale for a number of microservices that are hosted in open source k8
    documentation that i read and my understanding that we need to run the chaosblade as one of the sidecars or a deamonset ?
    other thing is that i didn't find anything to related to the k8 deployment and service in the repo and the documentation
    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    Hi @soura49, you can see the chaosblade-operator project for the details, the release address is https://github.com/chaosblade-io/chaosblade-operator/releases, and currently there is only Chinese documentation, the address is: https://chaosblade-io.gitbook.io/chaosblade-help-zh-cn/blade-create-k8s, I will improve the English documentation next week. If you have any questions, welcome to discuss here.
    soura49
    @soura49
    @xcaspar i was trying to use the k8s command from the chaosblade but it was throwing error
    then i checked out the chaosblade-operator but we dont use helm we use open source k8
    is there any documentation for that ?
    is the choasblade-operator is different controller for k8?
    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    You can apply these yaml files in https://github.com/chaosblade-io/chaosblade-operator/tree/master/deploy/oss directory if you dont use helm. Then you can use kubectl logs or get command to check the chaosblade pods status under kube-system namespace.
    @soura49
    @soura49 chaosblade-operator is chaosblade resource controller created by k8s CRD. You can use kubectl get blade command to view the experiments details.
    soura49
    @soura49
    @xcaspar thank you so much for the above info...
    k8 pod deletion worked fine
    Is there a way to query the list of the experiments that created through cli (non-k8 and k8) or through the sql lite db of the chaosblade ?
    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    @soura49 Yes, you can use blade status --type create or blade status <UID> command to query the experiments in all env and use blade query k8s create <UID> or kubectl get blade command to query the detail status for k8s experiments.
    the detail documentation: https://chaosblade-io.gitbook.io/chaosblade-help-zh-cn/blade-create-k8s ,you can also see more command details.
    soura49
    @soura49
    thank you will try to check that tomorrow morning
    is there a road map to include all the k8's objects by chaosblade-operator ?
    @xcaspar ^^
    xcaspar
    @xcaspar
    @soura49 Yes, we will enhance basic resource experiments such as network and io, and add more k8s resources experiments, such as service and ingress. We will Integrate with other cloud-native components, such as prometheus.