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That's perfectly normal. Seeing the pods there with the error helps you troubleshoot errors / failures. If they were auto deleted, you'd never know. If it is not running, it is not consuming resources. You can do something like the command below to clear them if it bothers you. kubectl delete pod $(kubectl get pods | grep Error | awk '{print $1}') In ...


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Indeed, when selecting Regional clusters, all machine types are listed instead of only those available to you. You'll get an error when trying to create that cluster.


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