# Frequently Asked Questions
# I updated my deployment method to use the new API version and Pluto doesn't report anything but kubectl still shows the old API. What gives?
See above in the Purpose section of this doc. Kubectl is likely lying to you because it only tells you what the default is for the given kubernetes version even if an object was deployed with a newer API version.
# Why doesn't Pluto check the last-applied-configuration annotation?
If you see the annotation
kubectl.kubernetes.io/last-applied-configuration on an object in your cluster it means that object was updated with
kubectl apply. We don't consider this an entirely reliable solution for checking. In fact, others have pointed out that updating the same object with
kubectl patch will remove the annotation. Due to the flaky behavior here, we will not plan on supporting this.
# I don't use helm, how can I do in cluster checks?
Currently, the only in-cluster check we are confident in supporting is helm. If your deployment method can generate yaml manifests for kubernetes, you should be able to use the
detect-files functionality described below after the manifest files have been generated.