• Operator-SDK: Set custom fields for kubectl get

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    Kubernetes Operator-SDK CustomResourceDefinition additionalPrinterColumns get fields

    When writing a custom Kubernetes operator using operator-sdk we might want to change the fields are show when running kubectl get:

    $ kubectl get example
    NAME   AGE
    demo   4h20m

    To do so, we'll need to add the additionalPrinterColumns field the the CustomResourceDefinition, but since we are using operator-sdk to take care of this, we'll need to use some annotations in the resource definition file.



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