Verify Data in the New Pod

When a node is disabled on the original pod, Kubernetes reschedules the pod on another, available host in the cluster and assigns the pod a new name.

To verify the data in the rescheduled and renamed pod, select Environments from the sidebar menu and open the environment and application. Then select the pod name.


Next, login to the mysql database. Select Environments from the sidebar menu and open the environment, application, and pod. Select mysql from the Running Containers list. Click gear icon in the top right corner and select Launch Terminal.


The displayed command is sh. Do not change the command. Select Connect Terminal.


In the terminal window, enter the Connect to mysql Database as a Root User command.

mysql Command to Connect to Database as Root User:

mysql -u root -pchangeme


Verify the ‘testrook’ database by entering the Show Databases command.

Show Databases Command:

mysql> show databases;

The following will display:

| Database            |
| information_schema  |
| #mysql50#lost+found |
| mysql               |
| performance_schema  |
| testrook            |
5 rows in set (0.01 sec)

Connect to the testrook database by using the Connect to testrook Database command.

Connect to testrook Database Command:

mysql> use testrook;

When connected, the following message will display:

Reading table information for completion of table and column names
You can turn off this feature to get a quicker startup with -A

Database changed

Verify the records in the table by using the View Table command.

View Table Command:

mysql> select * from employee;

The following table will display:

| id  | name   | dept       | salary |
| 100 | Thomas | Sales      |   5000 |
| 200 | Jason  | Technology |   5500 |
| 300 | Mayla  | Technology |   7000 |
| 400 | Nisha  | Marketing  |   9500 |
| 500 | Randy  | Technology |   6000 |
5 rows in set (0.00 sec)

Exit from mysql and terminal using the Exit command.

Exit Command:

mysql> exit