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Why is cilium given 30% of a nodes CPU on a Kubernets cluster?
I noticed that the cilium pods are generously provisioned on a DO k8s cluster. It seems a little excessive provision 30% of the CPU with no upper limit. Given it’s a Go project, and they’re usually quite performant, this reasonable?
kube-system cilium-crswr 300m (30%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%) 10d
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