Can I move an existing Kubernetes cluster to SUSE Rancher Hosted?

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Existing Kubernetes clusters can be imported into SUSE Rancher Hosted. However, you cannot currently move a cluster that is already managed by Rancher to SUSE Rancher Hosted. We are currently looking to enhance our management capabilities to allow users to move clusters between Rancher clusters. See GitHub issue 16471. As a workaround, you can redeploy workloads running in an existing cluster over to a new SUSE Rancher Hosted managed cluster.

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  • Document ID:000020156
  • Creation Date: 24-Feb-2022
  • Modified Date:24-Feb-2022
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