In the Node Pools list view, the Provision Status column provides a color representation of the provision status for each node. Every color represents one of the stages in the lifecycle of a node.
The node has not been requested to be provisioned.
When a node is provisioned, it first goes into waiting state. This means that the cloud provider is initializing the node and/or has not reported the status back to Pipelines.
The node successfully initialized and is waiting for a Pipelines build.
The node failed. This is usually caused by an out of memory issue. However, there could be several other reasons, which are reflected in the node console.
When a node is deleted, its provisioning is first stopped and then it is deleted.
The node is stopped and not running, but the actual instance is still available for instant use.
Caching must be enabled for a node to be cached.