Friday, 22 March 2019

Tainting and "untainting" nodes in a Kubernetes cluster

Having been tinkering with the taint function on an x86 node in an IBM Kubernetes Service (IKS) cluster, to force my pods to deploy onto another node in the same cluster: -

kubectl taint node node1 node1=DoNotSchedulePods:NoExecute

I was looking for an easy way to reverse the taint ( "untaint" ), and found this: -

kubectl patch node node1 -p '{"spec":{"taints":[]}}'

with thanks to this: -

No comments:

The Modern Mainframe Developer Hands On Drop-In Centre - Thursday, May 2, 2019

Come along at any time, grab a machine and away you go. Refreshments and snacks will be provided. This first meetup is funded by IBM. The ...