re: Liveness and Readiness Probes with Laravel VIEW POST


Lets not forget that the health checks can be more complicated, returning a 200 is ok I guess but it can be so much better.

Also, I think the first deployment.yml code should point to /healtz


The health check can definitely be more complicated, but the requirement is that it returns a Status Code which is 200 < status code < 400 so I went for the most basic one!

Also, good catch, my copy-pasting skills are getting rusty.

Have a great day! :)

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