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In DPS-1.1.0 We can't remove cluster from DPS UI. We can use the curl to remove the cluster.

Note : User with Dataplane Admin Role can perform the below.

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To delete smayani-hdp cluster

Step1:- Find the cluster ID, which you want to remove. You can use the developers tools from the browser to find the cluster ID.

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From above example smayani-hdp cluster ID is: 3 ( https://172.26.125.109/api/lakes/3/servicesDetails )

Step 2 :- From the console use the below curl to remove the cluster.

curl -k -u <username>:<Password> -X DELETE https://<DPS_HOST>/api/lakes/<cluster_ID>;

Example :

curl -k -u admin:kjncsadasdcsdc -X DELETE https://172.26.125.109/api/lakes/3

Once the above is executed you should no longer see the cluster in UI.

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Alternative

You can also use rm_dp_cluster.sh in /usr/dp/current/core/bin on DPS installed server.

Usage: ./rm_dp_cluster.sh DP_JWT HADOOP_JWT DP_HOST_NAME CLUSTER_NAME DATA_CENTER_NAME

DP_JWT: Value of dp_jwt cookie from a valid user's browser session

HADOOP_JWT: Value of hadoop-jwt cookie from a valid user's browser session

DP_HOST_NAME: Hostname or IP address of the DataPlane server

CLUSTER_NAME: Name of the cluster to delete

DATA_CENTER_NAME: Name of the datacenter cluster belongs to

You can use developers tool to use find the cookies ( DP_JWT, HADOOP_JWT)

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