I read somewhere that a good way to save costs on GKE is to reduce the node 
size to zero (gcloud container clusters resize [name] --size 0) when you 
are not using it (non-production environments, mostly). This worked great 
until I tried to bring it back up over zero. Now all the pods are listed as 
"unschedulable". Everything is part of a deployment and will otherwise 
re-balance as expected if I, say, bring it from three to one nodes.

Is there something else I should be doing to achieve these goal? Either 
another method or somehow configuring the deployments to handle this?

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