Deprovision Hydrolix

Hydrolix provides utilities via hdxctl to delete the stateless (client-id) and stateful (cluster-id) clusters from your cloud environment.

Delete the stateless components of a cluster


Take Care!

The following instructions will delete cluster components from the platform. This may mean you will not be able to gain access to your data.

To remove a cluster of stateless components and deprovision it from your account use the following command:

$ hdxctl delete <client-id> <cluster-id>

This will remove all the stateless components of a cluster and retain the data (within s3) and configuration of your platform.

Delete the whole Hydrolix Platform


Take Care!

Deleting the whole platform includes deleting all the stored data. Progressing with the following steps mean you are fully aware that the storage bucket will be deleted and any data within that bucket will be lost. This is an unrecoverable action.

The following process will remove ALL the data and configurations of your cluster. Once deleted this can not be recovered, please use with caution. If you wish to retain data it is strongly suggested that the user move the data to an alternate bucket.

To delete all components the following process is followed:

  1. delete the stateless (clusters) components
$ hdxctl delete <client-id> <cluster-id>
  1. delete the statefull (boot-strap) components
$ hdxctl delete-bootstrap <client-id>

The command will delete down the S3 bucket, where there is a large amount of data involved this can take some time.

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