Profiling allows for the identification of specific performance bottlenecks. It generates a significant amount of program data that could potentially be exploited to uncover system and program details. If you are not experiencing any bottlenecks and do not need the profiler for troubleshooting purposes, it is recommended to turn it off to reduce the potential attack surface.
Disable profiling, if not needed.
Run the following command on the Control Plane node:
ps -ef | grep kube-scheduler
Verify that the
--profiling argument is set to
Edit the Scheduler pod specification file
/etc/kubernetes/manifests/kube-scheduler.yaml file on the Control Plane node and set the below parameter.
Profiling information would not be available.
By default, profiling is enabled.
Updated 12 days ago