Yes, the scheduler will make sure (as long as you have the correct resources) that the number of desired pods are met.
If you delete a pod, it will recreate it.
Also deleting a service won't delete the Replica set. if you remove Service or deployment you want to remove all resources which Service created.
Also having a single replica for a deployment is usually not recommended because you cannot scale out and are treating in a specific way
Any app should be `Ingress` -> `Service` -> `Deployment` -> (volume mount or 3rd-party cloud storage)
You can skip ingress and just have `LoadBalancer (service)` -> `Deployment` (or Pod but they don't auto restart, deployments do)
Use kubectl get deployment <deployment>. If the ...READ MORE
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Try using ingress itself in this manner
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Follow these steps:
$ kubeadm reset
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