Jenkins on Kubernetes - Can't Use PodTemplates Defined In Clouds

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    I've updated my post with the error logs and some descriptions. The "Additional Agents" thing is part of the Helm chart. The Adding Pod Templates Using additionalAgents section of the Helm Chart's README gives an example of how to declare them. I initially tried using a direct copy of the example in the README (adapted to use with the Ansible module) but that displayed roughly the same behaviour

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