First you need to know why the
POD was evicted. You can do that by
kubectl describe pod <pod name>.
From there you will get the eviction reason, which can be checked with Eviction Signals
If you are running on just one node, it's possible you run out of resources (space/cpu/ram).
After that you should do
kubectl describe node <node-name> that will show what type of resource cap the node is hitting under
If that won't helm and
POD will still get evicted you should check logs by
kubectl logs <pod-name> -f and see if there are anything helpful.