I think you want to manually delete the group policy attachment using `pulumi state delete`: https://www.pulumi.com/docs/reference/cli/pulumi_state_delete/
Did you try
pulumi refresh
pulumi up -r
I tried pulumi refresh
I am able to pulumi destrory after a few try.
Except that I have some k8s resources created outside of pulumi that are not able to be deleted because the eks cluster is deleted.
I guess I could use Andrew's suggestion to delete those orphaned k8s states.
The issue went away after I upgraded the pulumi-eks to the latest version. Apparently the upgrade of pulumi broke my pulumi code that used to work fine!!! Wish there was a warning or reminder to upgrader or even better automatically upgrade!
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