When you create a Pod it generally gets created if the syntax is correct. At least the CLI says so. It is mainly because the Kubernetes API checks everything and accepts the instruction. Later the Kubernetes scheduler picks it up and deploys. By the time it is accepted to the time it is deployed many things could happen. Also, if the image used in Pod’s container is wrong Kubernetes API can’t figure it out unless it deploys it. So, it gets to know about the image unavailability during the creation process. Also, there could be an issue with available CPU and memory of the Node. Let’s see the different ways to build and deploy the Kubernetes Pod and if any problem how to find it out and can be sorted.
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