How to delete an RKE2 downstream cluster stuck in removing
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1. To get the name of the stuck cluster kubectl get clusters.management.cattle.io 2. To determine if it is in the provisioning process causing it to get stuck kubectl -n fleet-default get clusters.provisioning.cattle.io 3. If the cluster is in there then delete it with the command below kubectl -n fleet-default delete cluster.provisioning.cattle.io littletester 4. If it doesn't get deleted then remove the finalize(s) with the below command kubectl -n fleet-default edit cluster.provisioning.cattle.io littletester finalizers: - wrangler.cattle.io/provisioning-cluster-remove
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- Creation Date: 07-Oct-2023
- Modified Date:11-Oct-2023
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