Pods are running container instances pulled from a container registry such as Docker Hub, GitHub Container Registry, Amazon Elastic Container Registry, or another compatible registry. Pods can be created from a template or deployed directly via the API and CLI tools.
On RunPod you can configure the following:
- GPU Type and Quantity
- System Disk Size
- Start Command
- Environment Variables
- Open/Expose HTTP/TCP ports
- Persistent Storage Options
When building a docker image for RunPod be sure to use the flag
--platform linux/amd64,linux/arm64to ensure it is compatible with the platform.
- Click the dropdown arrow to expand the pod page.
- Click the stop/terminate button. A pod that is connected to network storage can not be paused and will have a terminate button in place of a stop button.
Updated 28 days ago