Deleting an Airflow DAG

You can delete unused Airflow DAGs using the Cloudera Data Engineering (CDE) command line interface (CLI).

The default process of removing CDE resources is to delete them together with the jobs owning them, using the cde job delete command. The cde airflow delete-dag command is a fallback for when Airflow gets into an unexpected situation and you have to remove a DAG with no associated Airflow job.
To delete a DAG from Airflow that is not associated with a job, use the cde airflow delete-dag command:
cde airflow delete-dag --dag-id <DAG_ID>