If we dont have metrics server installed? is there any way we can find out which pod in which namespace is consuming more memory?

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Apr 4 in Kubernetes by jayabmaguluri
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Hi@jayabmaguluri,

I don't know we can do it in Kubernetes or not. But you can do this task by OpenShift. It works on top of Kubernetes and it has the capability to monitor all the things. 

answered Apr 30 by MD
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