Limit Ranges helps define boundaries on the memory and cpu that Pods can claim on each namespace. This helps cluster operators manage the resources efficiently.
For more information about Limit Ranges checkout the Kubernetes User Guide.
In this tutorial we'll configure Limit Ranges to the
Go to the tutorial chart repo and run the
Here is the Limit Range definition:
apiVersion: v1 kind: LimitRange metadata: name: mylimits spec: limits: - max: cpu: "2" memory: 1Gi min: cpu: 200m memory: 6Mi type: Pod - default: cpu: 300m memory: 200Mi defaultRequest: cpu: 200m memory: 100Mi max: cpu: "2" memory: 1Gi min: cpu: 100m memory: 3Mi type: Container
Now go to the Limit Ranges section. You'll see the
mylimits Limit Range that configures the limits of cpu and memory.
If you select the Limit Range
mylimits you'll see details about the limits of memory and cpu.
You can now delete the release of the