Delete a cluster created using kops

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I've created a Kubernetes cluster and I would like to delete it. The cluster is on AWS and been created using kops.

Thank you.
Jan 8, 2019 in Kubernetes by Ali
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Deleteing a cluster using kops is very simple. Its just one small command:

kops delete cluster --name <name> --yes

To just update the cluster, use the following command:

kops update cluster --name <name> --yes

To validate cluster, use:

kops validate cluster
answered Jan 8, 2019 by Jim

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