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Re: pod won't terminate



Usually, this should always work:

oc delete <pod> --force=true --grace-period=0



On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 1:26 PM Tim Dudgeon <tdudgeon ml gmail com> wrote:

Thanks.

Actually I finally managed to delete it. I used the web console to delete the pod (choosing the delete immediately option).

Yes, I know it doesn't make much sense!

On 26/11/2018 17:35, lmi wrote:

Hi

One trick that have worked for us is to patch the pod - setting its list of finalizers to nothing:

 

oc patch pod <podname> -n <namespace> -p '{"metadata":{"finalizers":null}}'

 

Best regards

Lars Milland

 

Tim Dudgeon wrote the 2018-11-26 16:14:

I've got a pod that just fails to terminate.

`oc delete --force` does not work.

Killing the container on the node where it was running doesn't work (and the container is not running on that node after this).

Restarting the origin-node service on the node, and the origin-master-api and origin-master-controllers service on the master does not work.

Nothing seems to work. That damn pod seem to be immortal! It just hangs around saying it is in `Terminating` status forever.

How can I kill it!

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