The Container Service Console allows you to view resource usage of each node in a Kubernetes cluster.

Prerequisites

You have created a Kubernetes cluster. For more information, see Create a Kubernetes cluster.

Procedure

  1. Log on to the Container Service console.
  2. Under Kubernetes, click Clusters > Nodes.
    You can view the resource usage for the CPU and memory of each node, namely, the request and limit, which are calculated as follows:
    • CPU request = sum (CPU request value from all pods on the current node) /total CPU of the current node.
    • CPU limit= sum (actual CPU usage of all pods on the current node)/total CPU of the current node.
    • Memory request = sum (memory request value from all pods on the current node) /total memory of the current node.
    • Memory limit= sum (actual memory usage of all pods on the current node)/total memory of the current node.
    Note
    • You can allocate loads to a node based on the resource usage on the node. For more information, see Set node scheduling.
    • When both the request and limit on a node is 100%, no new pod is scheduled to the node.