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This page is an overview of Kubernetes' policy for eviction.
The kubelet proactively monitors for
and prevents total starvation of a compute resource. In those cases, the
kubelet can reclaim
the starved resource by failing one or more Pods. When the
a Pod, it terminates all of its containers and transitions its
If the evicted Pod is managed by a Deployment, the Deployment creates another Pod
to be scheduled by Kubernetes.
- Learn how to configure out of resource handling with eviction signals and thresholds.