Anirudh
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Red Hat OpenShift Taint and Tolerance

How to find the node to which taint is applied ?

How to find the Key name of the taint applied on that node ?

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ematav
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I think the easy way to find an attribute on a k8s/Openshift object is by the command:

kubectl/oc describe

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ericbos
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When a node has a taint it would typically have the effect of a pod remaining pending.

With oc events you would see if that is because of a taint, and which nodes have a taint.

I find that the easiest way to remove a taint is the web console.

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