Guides - Delete an LKE Cluster

Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) is a fully-managed container orchestration engine for deploying and managing containerized applications and workloads. LKE combines Linode’s ease of use and simple pricing with the infrastructure efficiency of Kubernetes. You can now get your infrastructure and workloads up and running in minutes instead of days.

You can delete an entire cluster using the Linode Cloud Manager. These changes cannot be reverted once completed.

  1. Click the Kubernetes link in the sidebar. The Kubernetes listing page will appear and you will see all your clusters listed.

    Kubernetes cluster listing page

  2. Select the More Options Ellipsis to the right of the cluster you’d like to delete, and select the Delete option:

    Kubernetes cluster delete

  3. A confirmation pop-up will appear. Enter in your cluster’s name and click the Delete button to confirm.

    Kubernetes Delete Confirmation Dialog

  4. The Kubernetes listing page will appear and you will no longer see your deleted cluster.

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