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I have a number of pods running and horizontal pod auto scaler assigned to target them, the cluster I am using can also add nodes and remove nodes automatically based on current load.

BUT we recently had the cluster go offline with OOM errors and this caused a disruption in service.

Is there a way to monitor the load on each node and if usage reaches say 80% of the memory on a node, Kubernetes should not schedule more pods on that node but wait for another node to come online.

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