While working on Kubernetes cluster environment there will be times when you run into a situation where you need to delete pods from one of your worker nodes. .
You may need to debug issues with the node itself upgrade the node or simply scale down your cluster.
The action of deleting a Kubernetes pod is very simple with the kubectl delete pod command.
However there are specific steps you should take to minimize disruption for your application. I8217ll explain it in detail in this article.
First list out all the pods.
Now suppose you want to delete the Pod named 8220pod-delete-demo8221 run the following command.
Confirm that the Pod in question is deleted by listing all the pods.
You can see there is no pod-delete-demo pod which is running.
Why do you need force pod deletion.
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