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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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The list and getmeta commands

The following two commands kind of do the same thing:

$ fission function list

This command will list the functions that are currently installed. In that list is the name of the function, its unique ID, and which environment the function is deployed into:

If we already know the name of the function and we want to remind ourselves of the environment it is running in, or need its UID, then we can use the fission function getmeta command and pass it the name of the function:

$ fission function getmeta --name hello

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