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With a taint on a node we can repel Pods as we saw on the post regarding taints and tolerations. So, if we want to taint a node we use kubectl taint as follows:
$ kubectl taint nodes minikube application=example:NoSchedule node/minikube tainted
How do we untaint a node?
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If we want just a subset of Pods to be able to be scheduled on a given node we can achieve it using taints and tolerations
With a taint we can tell the cluster not to schedule Pods on this node, but with a toleration on a Pod we can allow it to tolerate this taint