This section provides an overview of the limitations for CML quota management.
- In the Tech Preview release, ‘root.default’ resource pool should not be used to provision CML workspace. At least one resource pool should be created for CML.
- If the resource pool gets deleted, underlying CML workspace and workloads will be deleted. But there will be stale entries in the CML UI reflecting that the workspace still exists but underlying applications on the cluster will be deleted.
- If the quota for users is modified, it will be reflected when the next workload (session or job) is submitted.