@lrvick node selectors exist for this reason. You may want to have nodes that cost much more to run for specific resources. IE. I need a graphics card for this. But I don't want to pay $7/hr for all my resources that don't need a graphics card. Each instance type, especially in AWS has different limits on the number of Volumes and ENIs that can be bound to it. The default scheduler does not receive this data so it has no real idea how to manage that. This is why the recommendation is to move to (1/2)
@lrvick the latest version of EKS along with using the new AWS CNI for volumes so that it _can_ manage this better. But if you're current cluster is in contention and resources are not able to scale your SOL (2/2)
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