Given that you have a blob storage container with multiple files, you could download the most latest one easily with az cli
In my scenario I have a container named backups which includes multiple MS SQL backups. I wanted to download the latest in order to restore through a pipeline on SQL server.
In order to accomplish that you should first login with az cli.
If this is not possible through automation you would have to create a managed identity for your resource. The code is uploaded on the below gist.
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Recently I faced an issue with my Azure DevOps self hosted container agents. They could not checkout the git repositories and the build stopped due to the default timeout of 60 minutes per run.
This happened for multiple builds, as a result I had to investigate the reason behind this error.
By checking the logs inside the container on the C:\agent\_diag folder I could recognize an error message like the below:
A session for this agent already exists. Agent connect error: The task agent xxx already has an active session for owner xxx.. Retrying until reconnected.
By searching online, I figured out that this is a reported bug on previous agents versions. In order to resolve, I updated and reconfigured the agent. You can update the agent, either from the GUI or by creating a new container and installing the latest version of azure devops agent.
In order to reconfigure the agent I first took an interactive shell on it.
docker exec -it agent-name powershell.exe
Then inside C:\agent run the below commands.
Reconfigure the agent
This is a temporary fix for your agent. If the problem persists you should open a support ticket on Microsoft to troubleshoot the issue.
Kubernetes dashboard is a helpful UI application that presents all your resources inside your k8s cluster. As most people prefer GUI instead of single commands, this tool can make your k8s administration experience better.
When you install docker desktop on your local or development machines, you can select to also include a k8s installation with it. You can locate all your Kubernetes settings using the Docker Desktop UI.
The local cluster is composed of only one node, the computer itself.
In order to install dashboard first run the below kubectl apply command: