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h

hundreds-portugal-17080

08/04/2019, 7:09 AM
Hello, I see some of the volumes (kubernetes-dynamic-pvc-*) on aws still exist after executing "pulumi destroy" after launching eks. Is there a way to destroy everything?
w

white-balloon-205

08/04/2019, 1:55 PM
If the
pulumi destroy
completed successfully, these should have been removed. It's possible that if you tore down a cluster too fast after deleting the PVCs, that Kubernetes itself may have leaked the allocated volumes?
h

hundreds-portugal-17080

08/04/2019, 6:50 PM
hmmm.. ok. thank you for your response.. i just tried and deleted all as you said... let me kind of observe this scenario more carefully next time.. in real world scenario, we don't want them to be deleted, how do we control it? I am not finding any parameters in https://www.pulumi.com/docs/reference/pkg/nodejs/pulumi/aws/eks/
w

white-balloon-205

08/04/2019, 9:18 PM
in real world scenario, we don't want them to be deleted, how do we control it
I don't exactly follow the scenario you have in mind here?
h

hundreds-portugal-17080

08/04/2019, 9:23 PM
say, we create statefulset pods and preserve the data eventhough after he cluster goes down..
w

white-balloon-205

08/04/2019, 9:34 PM
That is up to how you configure your PVs in Kubernetes. Pulumi will not destroy anything it does not manage, and the cloud-provider Volumes themselves are managed by Kubernetes not Pulumi.
h

hundreds-portugal-17080

08/04/2019, 9:35 PM
ok. thank you.
c

creamy-potato-29402

08/05/2019, 5:06 AM
depends where the pvc came from. stateful sets do not delete their underlying PVCs automatically.
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