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by petrb  in Fortify on 2020-10-30

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by Amr_Salah  in SMAX Suite
smax installation , pods give messages insufficient cpu

It can be useful to mention the OS and version of OS on the VMs - are they deployed on Vspehre ?
#did you tried to run #kubectl top nodes and #kubectl describe nodes FQDN_of_the_nodes (FQDN_of_the_nodes = the name of the nodes where the pod is hanging. you will get the machine name by amending -o wide)

The pending status means that the kubernetes scheduler can not schedule the pods onto a node. It could be that the pods total resource request is higher than what the node can still offer.
In the case you will see FAILED SCHEDULING when you describe the pod which in pending status -  please share the output

Are they all in pending status or some are in init ?

#kubectl get pods --all-namespaces -o wide | awk -F " *|/" '($3!=$4 || $5!="Running") && $5!="Completed" {print $0}'

How many nodes, what are the specs of those nodes, what is the suite size ? assuming it is SMAX 2020.08

Sorry for all the questions but for this kind of issue it is always better to have a full picture

by Amr_Salah  in SMAX Suite on 2020-10-30

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