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In this section you can set:

 

1. Persistent disk maximum size -  set persistent disk capacity limits in GB, so that a user will not be able to create persistent volume with bigger size than it is specified in this field.

 

2. Maximum number of Kubes per container - set maximum number of Kubes that user can use per one container.

 

3. CPU multiplier - allows to set multiplier for CPU cores for nodes. By default, CPU multiplier set to 8.

 

For example, we have physical 4 cores CPU at node #1 and 6 cores CPU at node #2.  After we set “4” in “CPU multiplier” then node #1 will have 14 cores and node #2 will have 24 cores.

 

Note that available range of value is from 1 to 100 and value can be (e.g. 4.55).

 

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4. Memory multiplier - allows to set multiplier for Memory for nodes. By default, Memory multiplier set to 4.

 

For example, we have physical 4GB Memory at node #1 and 1GB Memory at node #2.  After we set “5” in “Memory multiplier” then node #1 will have 20GB and node #2 will have 5GB Memory.

 

Note that available range of value is from 1 to 100 and can be fractional (e.g. 4.55).

 

5. Email for external services – the email is required to authenticate domains in external services (see the DNS Provider section). These domains are used to compose service addresses when pods are accessed from outside of KuberDock via service addresses instead of dedicated IP addresses.

 

6. Kubes limit for Trial user - this field allows to set number of kubes per Trial user account. Thus Trial user can have total quantity of kubes less or equal to this parameter.

 

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