Kubernetes version: 1.13
Cloud being used: EKS
Installation method: Cloudformation
Host OS: Amazon Linux
Hi all, I have a console application that does background processing tasks. Every now and then the application fails in such a way that it doesn’t generate an exit code, it just pauses/freezes. The only way to know this has happened is by inspecting the pod output and checking for the lack of any recent output. I would really like to handle this situation with a liveliness check and have kubernetes restart the pod rather than passing it down the line to a monitoring platform. I cant currently see any way of getting a liveliness probe to access the pods stdout to get this data. Is this in any way possible to achieve?