Kubernetes Support Articles

Recommended solutions for common errors raised by Clusterlint, a non-invasive best practices checker for DigitalOcean Kubernetes clusters.
Launch an Init Container or run a DaemonSet.
Displaying CPU and memory usage in the Kubernetes Dashboard is not supported at this time.
The output of the kubectl top command does not measure the entire system load in the same way the control panel does.
A node can show as NotReady if it is unhealthy and not accepting pods.
You can configure load balancers that are provisioned by DOKS using Kubernetes service annotations .
Kubernetes service ’externaltrafficpolicy’ field controls how nodes respond to health checks.
You can resize a DOKS node by creating a new node pool of the desired size.