Detach Node from Cluster

Nodes that are attached to a Kubernetes cluster created on Bareos, can be detached when the nodes are not required to be a part of a Kubernetes cluster.

When you detach a node, the containers running on the node are destroyed. Pods that are associated with the Replication Controller or Deployment are automatically restarted by Kubernetes on another node in the cluster, if sufficient resources are available.

You can detach node from Infrastructure>Clusters tab or from Infrastructure>Nodes tab.

You must be an administrator to perform this operation.

Detach Nodes from Clusters tab

Follow the steps given below to detach a node from a cluster.

  1. Navigate to Infrastructure>Clusters.
  2. Select the cluster from which you wish to detach a node.
  3. Select the node or nodes to detach.
  4. Click Detach Node and confirm detachment.

Detach Node from Nodes tab

Follow the steps given below to detach a node from a cluster.

  1. Navigate to Infrastructure>Nodes.
  2. Select the node to detach.
  3. Click Detach seen above the list of clusters.

The node is detached from the cluster.