Can I remove cilium in managed kubernetes?
I’m using managed kubernetes. Doing ‘kubectl top pods –all-namespaces’ showed me that the cilium pods are taking significant amount of CPU. I did not install the cilium pods. They came with the managed cluster.
kube-system cilium-ct96b 54m 150Mi
kube-system cilium-fw9xd 172m 204Mi
kube-system cilium-jsldl 57m 167Mi
kube-system cilium-n2xbl 53m 151Mi
My questions are:
- What do the cilium pods do?
- Is it required for managed kubernetes? Can I remove them? How do I remove them?
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