"Memory" vs. "Terminating Memory": What is the difference?

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On the "Manage Subscriptions" page for a Pro account for OpenShift Online, there are two resources to pay for upgrades. One is called "Memory", which defaults to 2GiB, and can be increase 1 GiB for $25.00 more. But there is also, "Terminating Memory", which the same price increase structure. What is the difference? More specifically, what is "Terminating Memory"?

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Not Terminating Memory —> For pods that do not have an active deadline. These pods usually include your applications.

Terminating Memory —> For pods that have an active deadline. These pods usually include builds, deployers, and jobs.

John,

See Ivan's reply above. I suspect his answer resolves at least your initial question. Let us know if you need anything further.

Regards

RJ

Hello, for me Ivan answer is not clear. How terminating memory can impact on services?