A PriorityClass is a non-namespaced object that defines a mapping from a priority class name to the integer value of the priority.
The name is specified in the name field of the PriorityClass object’s metadata. The value is specified in the required value field. The higher the value, the higher the priority.
A PriorityClass object can have any 32-bit integer value smaller than or equal to 1 billion.
Larger numbers are reserved for critical system Pods that should not normally be preempted or evicted.
A cluster admin should create one PriorityClass object for each such mapping that they want.
PriorityClass also has two optional fields: globalDefault and description.
The globalDefault field indicates that the value of this PriorityClass should be used for Pods without a priorityClassName.
Only one PriorityClass with globalDefault set to true can exist in the system.
If there is no PriorityClass with globalDefault set, the priority of Pods with no priorityClassName is zero.
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