Hi all , anyone can please help what is the difference between activeDeadlineSeconds and startingDeadlineSeconds ?
In which situation we should use ? @Tej_Singh_Rana
@Gaurav Garg activeDeadlineSeconds: if your running job/job-pod doesn’t complete it execution time set in activeDeadlineSeconds time… otherwise pod job will terminate with Deadline exceeds time.
StartingDeadlineSeconds: if your job/pod delay in execution after schedule time and this parameter falls under cronjob only… suppose you schedule job to execute every minute and if job didn’t start after one minute and within startingDeadlineSeconds : 10 (example) then your pod will terminate and job will fail or terminate saying startingDeadlineSeconds exceeds
In both case its delete pods associated with job
Thanks @Basavraj Nilkanthe