Single node cluster having less CPU Quota

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So I was trying to deploy containers on my single node cluster but an error comes up saying insufficient CPU. Turns out only 26% CPU quota is available while the rest is assigned to the default containers.

So should I use a larger node instead or can I set the limits manually? How do I go about solving this?Please help

Dec 31, 2018 in Kubernetes by Atul
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Single CPU cluster is probably not enough to maintain and execute what you want your cluster to do. If you have any containers named dashboard you can probably remove those because they're only for web ui which you can do without. 
Other than that, you can check if some unnecessary replicasets/deployments are running by listing them out:
kubectl get deployments/rs
and delete them by using:
kubectl delete deployments/rs <name>

Other than that if you can deploy a bigger node that's always better.

answered Dec 31, 2018 by DareDev
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