Taints and Tolerations Usage with Node Selector in Kubernetes Scheduling

Earlier, while writing deployment files in k8s, I found that the pods were getting scheduled in any random node. The pods of small deployments got scheduled in large nodes, due to which large deployment pods were staying in a pending state. Therefore, I had to delete the small deployment pods, so that the large deployment pods could get scheduled in that particular node.

One day, I decided to get rid of this problem. While looking for a solution and exploring about Kubernetes, I got to know about Node taints and pod tolerations in Kubernetes. Here, in this blog, I’ll talk about node taints and pod toleration and how we can use it with nodeselector in kubernetes deployments.

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