I upgraded my cluster to use 4vCPU and 8GB memory nodes. The cluster has two of these nodes. I only added the NGINX Ingress Controller as an addon. I deployed two pods, each with 400M cpu limit and request. On the K8s Dashboard it shows that the nodes are each using about 1 CPU and 500M CPU worth of request/limit respectively. So there are still 3 CPUs worth of resources on each of them.
When I try to run a 3rd pod, with 400M CPU limit/request, I get insufficient CPU error.
Here is the request/limit that all three pods have configured. resources: limits: cpu: 400M memory: 400M requests: cpu: 400M memory: 400M
Resource and limit of the two nodes. 1.00 (25.05%) 502.00m (12.55%)
902.00m (22.55%) 502.00m (12.55%)
Error on the pod. Events: Type Reason Age From Message
Warning FailedScheduling <unknown> default-scheduler 0/2 nodes are available: 2 Insufficient cpu. Warning FailedScheduling <unknown> default-scheduler 0/2 nodes are available: 2 Insufficient cpu.
I upgraded my cluster to these more expensive nodes. I feel that the cheaper nodes should have handled my small load, but upgraded anyways. I am not going to upgrade again, 4 CPU and 8GB of ram of more sufficient (and pricey) than what I need, and yet I am still getting insufficient CPU.
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Was able to fix this issue. I switched how I requested for CPU resources.
old way: cpu: 400M
new way: cpu: “0.4”
This seemed to have worked.