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Manual Reference Pages  -  GCLOUD_CONTAINER_CLUSTERS_RESIZE (1)

NAME

gcloud container clusters resize - resizes an existing cluster for running containers

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS


gcloud container clusters resize NAME --size SIZE [--wait] [--zone ZONE, -z ZONE] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION

gcloud container clusters resize resize an existing cluster to a provided size.

When increasing the size of a container cluster, the new instances are created with the same configuration as the existing instances. Existing pods are not moved onto the new instances, but new pods (such as those created by resizing a replication controller) will be scheduled onto the new instances.

When decreasing a cluster, the pods that are scheduled on the instances being removed will be killed. If your pods are being managed by a replication controller, the controller will attempt to reschedule them onto the remaining instances. If your pods are not managed by a replication controller, they will not be restarted. Note that when resizing down, instances running pods and instances without pods are not differentiated. Resize will pick instances to remove at random.

POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS

NAME

The name of this cluster.

REQUIRED FLAGS

--size SIZE

Target number of nodes in the cluster.

OPTIONAL FLAGS

--wait

Poll the operation for completion after issuing an resize request. Enabled by default, use --no-wait to disable.

--zone ZONE, -z ZONE
The compute zone (e.g. us-central1-a) for the cluster

GLOBAL FLAGS

Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

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