11- Node-specific Volume Limits


Cloud providers like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft typically have a limit on how many volumes can be attached to a Node. It is important for Kubernetes to respect those limits. Otherwise, Pods scheduled on a Node could get stuck waiting for volumes to attach.

1- Kubernetes default limits:

The Kubernetes scheduler has default limits on the number of volumes that can be attached to a Node:

Cloud service Maximum volumes per Node
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) 39
Google Persistent Disk 16
Microsoft Azure Disk Storage 16

2- Custom limits

3- Dynamic volume limits