I'm learning to create AKS pods, and seem to have broken something.

kubectl get pods
NAME                     READY     STATUS              RESTARTS   AGE
mysql-6977c54cf5-z6xtw   0/1       ContainerCreating   0          12m
mysql-6977c54cf5-z97lm   0/1       Terminating         5          26m

If I look on the Azure portal, there are more containers listed as either "running"or "waiting"but I cannot see how to remove them either.

I know it's related to me deleting the persistent storage voume half-way through the pod coming up. How do I go about removing them and starting a-fresh?

  • can you run "kubectl describe pod <podname>" to get more details on the error – Sam Cogan Jul 6 '18 at 21:53

You can get AKS containers in the portal like this: enter image description here

When you create AKS Cluster, it will create a resource group named MC_ResourceGroupName_AKSClusterName and the containers act as Azure VMs in the group.

You can use the kubectl command like this kubectl scale kubectl scale --replicas=2 deployment/azure-vote-front to scale the pods, even set the replicas=0 and then scale back. It will create new pods.

As I test and the results here: enter image description here

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