Managing Clusters
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Deleting clusters when termination fails

Upon cluster termination, Cloudbreak only terminates the resources that it created. It does not terminate any resources (such as networks, subnets, roles, and so on) which existed prior to cluster creation.

The proper way to delete clusters is by using the Terminate option available from the cluster details in the Cloudbreak web UI. If the terminate process fails, try the Terminate > Force terminate option. If the force termination does not delete all cluster resources, delete the resources manually:

  • To find the VMs, click on the links available in the Hardware section in the cluster details.

    If you terminate instances on the cloud provider without Cloudbreak, during the sync operation, Cloudbreak realizes that instances have been removed and marks the instances as DELETED_ON_PROVIDER_SIDE.

    On AWS, GCP, and OpenStack, Cloudbreak automatically removes all VM dependencies such as attached disks, network interfaces, public IPs and storage accounts. On Azure, you must manually delete the disks created for that instance and release the public IP assigned to that instance.

  • To find the network and subnets, see the Cluster Information pane in the cluster details.