Interestingly I may be seeing a similar problem in my Free space.
So I tried emptying my space of and everything that I could. Verified that no pods are running that I can see in my space.
I tried running
kubernetes describe quota to see my usage and it still saying that i am using cpu on limit and requests. Not sure if that is suppose to happen or not.
K8s experts what you think?
$ kubectl describe quota Name: 8mobius8-quota Namespace: 8mobius8 Resource Used Hard -------- ---- ---- count/certificates 0 10 count/configmaps 0 50 count/cronjobs.batch 0 10 count/daemonsets 0 0 count/deployments.apps 3 10 count/deployments.extensions 0 10 count/ingresses 0 10 count/jobs.batch 0 10 count/persistentvolumeclaims 0 10 count/pods 1 10 count/replicasets 0 20 count/replicationcontrollers 0 10 count/secrets 5 25 count/services 0 20 count/services.loadbalancers 0 0 count/services.nodeports 0 10 count/statefulsets.apps 0 5 limits.cpu 1 1 limits.ephemeral-storage 0 1Gi limits.memory 100Mi 512Mi requests.cpu 20m 20m requests.memory 100Mi 512Mi requests.storage 0 100Mi
Hey there! Ran into a tiny problem with my free tier 'repo' setup on Kubesail.com: Looks like the 'repo' functionality actually builds the image in the kubesail's private registry but my pods can't start due to a Unauthorized error when trying to get the image to run. Is the private registry accessible for free tier accounts?
The build seems to show as passing on the UI, however when I look at the pods I see a pull image error:
failed to resolve reference "registry.kubesail.com/.... failed to authorize: failed to fetch anonymous token: unexpected status: 401 Unauthorized