Azure Disk is 256 GB but AKS is showing 8GB inside the Pod

Tahmid Eshayat 286 Reputation points
2021-02-23T07:49:03.343+00:00

Hey there,

I think this is more like the K8S question together with AKS and Azure Disk.

I have an azure disk which is attached to the main VM of K8S.
In the screenshot, it is visible that the disk is 256 GB.

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I have referenced the Volume like this in k8s,

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But inside the POD, I can see the disk limit is only 8GB

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Not sure, How to fix this issue. Couldn't find any possible way.

Help would be appreciated

Thanks

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  1. shiva patpi 13,171 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-02-24T22:37:11.71+00:00

    Hello @Tahmid Eshayat ,
    Thanks for your query !
    To repro your scenario I tried creating both static and dynamic volumes for Azure disks but I can see the size accordingly in the mounted container . Based upon the screen shot , I hope in your case the disk was created dynamically and you did use "PersistentVolumeClaim"

    Followed the below article for static:

    Even tested it for StandardSSD.

    All looks fine from my end

    Couple of things to try:

    If you are still facing the same issue , kindly provide all the detailed steps which you followed along with sample YAML , PVC , PV resources.

    If the above troubleshooting steps helps out in resolving the issue , kindly "Accept the Answer".