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Re: Stopping a Project/Service/Pod



Generally you would scale down the deployments.  We don't have idling
today - the way that would work is to scale your replication
controllers and deployments down to zero as well.

On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 9:21 AM,  <MA2412 gmx de> wrote:
> Hello openshift community! I know ist me again, but openshift simply has
> other logics like services i managed until now :)
> From time to time i clone my environment to a testing environment for
> testing changes and so on. Since my primary server hosts a higher ammount of
> services and pods i do not need them in my testing environment to save ram
> memory but i also do not want to delete them. Is there no possibility to set
> a project to "disabled" so that no of the associated services and pods
> start? I expected that this could be done via the scheduler, but still
> looking for a esier way to do this.
> Thanks for your help!!
>
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