Pods running in GKE are not mounting their PVs

Pods running in GKE are not mounting their PVs

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Thodoris Velmachos
·Nov 3, 2022·

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If you have faced the following problem (see the screenshot), then you know probably the specific node where the persistent volume resides is not working properly and more specifically the kubelet is not working properly!

So, I would suggest the following two actions:

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See also the Google Documentation how to add a new node to the nodepool

  • Add a new node in the nodepool and drain the problematic one!
kubectl drain <node-name> --ignore daemonsets -- delete-emptydir-data


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