aws creating new instances when I terminate an existing instance

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I have an existing kubernetes cluster. The problem is after my work got done, I had terminated the instance but a new instance automatically got created and when I terminated another instance got created. I havent created a loadbalancer either. The main issue is the new instances that are being created are t2.medium and c4.large which not the free tier ones. I really want these instances as they are going to charge me a lot.

Thank you..
Oct 24, 2018 in Kubernetes by Hannah
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Hey @Hannah, Check if the autoscaling is initiated. Most of the times autoscaling is initiated by default when you create the cluster, delete it immediately. Even I had the same issue, all the best for the time you get your aws bill.. hahah..
answered Oct 24, 2018 by Kalgi
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