You can use the Run Once Duration Override Operator to specify a maximum time limit that run-once pods can be active for.
OpenShift Container Platform relies on run-once pods to perform tasks such as deploying a pod or performing a build. Run-once pods are pods that have a
Cluster administrators can use the Run Once Duration Override Operator to force a limit on the time that those run-once pods can be active. After the time limit expires, the cluster will try to actively terminate those pods. The main reason to have such a limit is to prevent tasks such as builds to run for an excessive amount of time.
To apply the run-once duration override from the Run Once Duration Override Operator to run-once pods, you must enable it on each applicable namespace.
If both the run-once pod and the Run Once Duration Override Operator have their
activeDeadlineSeconds value set, the lower of the two values is used.