CDK Shutdown and Removal
This documentation describes new, pre-release CDK features. If you want to work with a stable feature set, use the CDK as described in this section of the documentation.
When you’re done working with the CDK, shut it down and remove it from your namespace:
If you’ve made changes to the AM and IDM configurations in the Git repository on the CDK that you want to save, sync the changes to your local
forgeopsrepository clone. If you don’t sync the configurations before you run the cdk delete command, all the changes that you’ve made to the configurations will be lost.
For more information on syncing changes to your local
forgeopsrepository clone, see:
Run the cdk delete command which deletes all CDK artifacts, including PVCs and the AM and IDM configurations in Git:
$ cd /path/to/forgeops/bin $ ./cdk delete --namespace my-namespace
OK to delete?prompt.