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Version: 1.6.x

tctl delete

tctl delete

Delete an object

tctl delete [<apiVersion/kind> <name>] [flags]


# Delete a cluster using the apiVersion/Kind pattern
tctl delete my-cluster

# Delete a single workspace using the short form
tctl delete ws my-workspace

These are the available short forms:
aab ApplicationAccessBindings
ab AccessBindings
ap AuthorizationPolicy
apiab APIAccessBindings
app Application
cs Cluster
dr DestinationRule
ef EnvoyFilter
eg EgressGateway
gab GatewayAccessBindings
gg GatewayGroup
gw Gateway
iab IstioInternalAccessBindings
ig IngressGateway
iig IstioInternalGroup
oab OrganizationAccessBindings
org Organization
os OrganizationSetting
otm Metric
ots Source
pa PeerAuthentication
ra RequestAuthentication
sa ServiceAccount
sab SecurityAccessBindings
sd Sidecar
se ServiceEntry
sg SecurityGroup
sr ServiceRoute
ss SecuritySetting
sss ServiceSecuritySetting
svc Service
t1 Tier1Gateway
tab TrafficAccessBindings
tg TrafficGroup
tnab TenantAccessBindings
tns TenantSetting
ts TrafficSetting
vs VirtualService
wab WorkspaceAccessBindings
wext WasmExtension
wp WasmPlugin
ws Workspace
wss WorkspaceSetting

For API version and kind, please refer to:


  -f, --file string                 File containing configuration to apply
--org string Organization the object belongs to
--tenant string Tenant the object belongs to
-w, --workspace string Workspace the object belongs to
-g, --group string Group the object belongs to
-t, --trafficgroup string Traffic group the object belongs to
-s, --securitygroup string Security group the object belongs to
-l, --gatewaygroup string Gateway group the object belongs to
-i, --istiointernalgroup string Istio internal group the object belongs to
-a, --application string Application the object belongs to
--api string API the object belongs to
-h, --help help for delete

Options inherited from parent commands

  -c, --config string    Path to the config file to use. Can also be
specified via TCTL_CONFIG env variable. This flag
takes precedence over the env variable.
--debug Print debug messages for all requests and responses
-p, --profile string Use specific profile (default "default")