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Lifecycles of container groups

Last Updated: Sep 21, 2019

Container group status

Scheduling: The container group is being created.

Pending: One or more containers in the container group are still starting and none is Running.

Running: All containers in the container group have been created, and at least one container is Running or Restarting.

Restarting: The container group is being restarted.

Updating: The container group is being updated.

Succeeded: All containers in the container group are Terminated and will not be restarted.

Failed: All containers in the container group are Terminated, and at least one container is terminated due to failure. That is to say, the container exits with a non-zero status or is terminated by the system.

ScheduleFailed: Failed to create the container group. The container group will be automatically deleted in an hour, and no charge will apply.

WatingForDel: The container group is waiting for the one-hour timer triggered by ScheduleFailed to expire, at which point it is deleted. No charge will apply.

Note: The restart policy of the container group only determines the behavior of the containers in the container group. The container group itself will not be automatically restarted.ECI-LF

Container status

Waiting: The container is waiting to be created and is not Running. The container is usually in this status when InitContainer is running and remains in Waiting until InitContainer exits.

Running: The container is created and running.

Terminated: The container is stopped successfully, or due to failure.