In Kubernetes, the command "kubectl get all" does not return all available resources. It returns a fix list of resources, as follows:
pods services daemonset replicasets deployments jobs
Since "get all" is limited by design, if we want to view a custom list of resources, one of the possible solution is to create a bash alias in the file "~/.bashrc".
Creation of a bash alias
And in it an alias "kubectl-all", as follows:
alias kubectl-all='kubectl get pod,job,deployment,secret,svc,ingress,clusterissuer,issuer,certificate,certificaterequest,order,challenge'
Save it and then run:
From now, if we run the command "kubectl-all", Kubernetes will list the resources as defined in the alias. We can combine it to a namespace too. In the example below, we list all resources in the namespace "kube-system":
kubectl-all -n kube-system
All available resources
To help us deciding which resources we would like to list, we can use a command provided by Kubernetes which lists all available resources' names:
kubectl api-resources -o name