Risks of ruming taints in production cluster

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I have a kubernetes cluster running and obviously, it has taints. I wanted to know the risks of removing the taints from a production cluster. Thanks
Jun 27, 2019 in Kubernetes by Mihir
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Hi @Mihir, the possible issues that you would face if you remove the taint from your production env would be CPU, input/output exhaustion or even memory exhaustion. This could have severe consequences for your cluster health. This is the exact same reason why you never deploy anything on the master node. Always use worker nodes.
answered Jun 27, 2019 by Yesha

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