What if I no longer want SUSE Rancher Hosted to manage my downstream clusters?

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If you decide you no longer want to continue using the SUSE Rancher Hosted service, we can provide a one-time backup of your Rancher control plane which you can use to restore into a self-managed Rancher management server. Information on the restore process can be found in our documentation. To request a backup file, you can submit a support case on our support portal. After restoring Rancher, you will need to reconfigure your downstream clusters to point to the new server URL of your self-managed Rancher management server.

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  • Document ID:000020559
  • Creation Date: 25-Jan-2022
  • Modified Date:26-Jan-2022
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