CDM Removal: EKS

To remove the CDM from EKS when you’re done working with it:

  1. Run the skaffold delete command to shut down your deployment and remove it from your namespace. For example:

    $ cd /path/to/forgeops
    $ skaffold delete --profile small
    Cleaning up…​
  2. Remove your cluster:

    1. Change to the directory that contains the cluster removal script:

      $ cd /path/to/forgeops/cluster/eks
    2. Run the cluster removal script. Specify the YAML file that contains the configuration for your cluster size. For example:

      $ ./ small.yaml
      The "small" cluster will be deleted. This action cannot be undone.
      Press any key to continue, or CTRL+C to quit
      1. Press Enter to proceed with cluster and data removal.

        Do you want to delete all PVCs allocated by this
        cluster (recommended for dev clusters)? [Y/N]
      2. Enter Y to confirm that you want to remove all the data created by this cluster, or enter N if you don’t want to delete the data.

        Draining all nodes
        node/ip-192-168-100-101.ec2.internal cordoned
        node/ip-192-168-118-5.ec2.internal cordoned
        . . .
        [ℹ]  eksctl version 0.36.2
        [ℹ]  using region us-east-1
        [ℹ]  deleting EKS cluster "small"
        [ℹ]  deleted 0 Fargate profile(s)
        [✔]  kubeconfig has been updated
        [ℹ]  cleaning up AWS load balancers created by Kubernetes objects of Kind Service or Ingress
        [ℹ]  2 sequential tasks: { delete nodegroup "primary", delete cluster control plane "small" }
        [ℹ]  will delete stack "eksctl-small-nodegroup-primary"
        [ℹ]  waiting for stack "eksctl-small-nodegroup-primary" to get deleted
        [ℹ]  will delete stack "eksctl-small-cluster"
        [ℹ]  waiting for CloudFormation stack "eksctl-small-cluster"
        [✔]  all cluster resources were deleted
  3. Run the kubectx command.

    The Kubernetes context for the CDM cluster should not appear in the kubectx command output.