Thanks for pointing that out. You’re absolutely correct! If there are multiple replicas, you might end up invoking a random Pod (instance) during reload (there are other ways of ensuring that you’re able to target specific instances). But I do want to clarify that the purpose of having the reload endpoint was just to demonstrate the fact that the container file system contents have indeed been updated. As you mentioned, many frameworks, etc. have this built-in. Thanks again for reading and providing your feedback!

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Principal Developer Advocate at AWS | I ❤️ Databases, Go, Kubernetes

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