`juju destroy-controller`

Usage:

juju destroy-controller [options] <controller name>

Summary:

Destroys a controller.

Global Options:

--debug  (= false)

Equivalent to --show-log --logging-config==DEBUG

-h, --help  (= false)

Show help on a command or other topic.

--logging-config (= "")

Specify log levels for modules

--quiet  (= false)

Show no informational output

--show-log  (= false)

If set, write the log file to stderr

--verbose  (= false)

Show more verbose output

Command Options:

-B, --no-browser-login  (= false)

Do not use web browser for authentication

--destroy-all-models  (= false)

Destroy all hosted models in the controller

--destroy-storage  (= false)

Destroy all storage instances managed by the controller

--force  (= false)

Force destroy hosted models ignoring any errors

--model-timeout  (= 30m0s)

Timeout before each individual hosted model destruction is aborted

--no-wait  (= false)

Rush through hosted model destruction without waiting for each individual step to complete

--release-storage  (= false)

Release all storage instances from management of the controller, without destroying them

-y, --yes  (= false)

Do not ask for confirmation

Details:

All models (initial model plus all workload/hosted) associated with the controller will first need to be destroyed, either in advance, or by specifying --destroy-all-models.

If there is persistent storage in any of the models managed by the controller, then you must choose to either destroy or release the storage, using --destroy-storage or --release-storage respectively.

Sometimes, the destruction of a hosted model may fail as Juju encounters errors that need to be dealt with before that model can be destroyed. However, at times, there is a need to destroy a controller ignoring such model errors. In these rare cases, use --force option but note that --force will also remove all units of any hosted applications, their subordinates and, potentially, machines without given them the opportunity to shutdown cleanly.

Model destruction is a multi-step process. Under normal circumstances, Juju will not proceed to the next step until the current step has finished. However, when using --force, users can also specify --no-wait to progress through steps without delay waiting for each step to complete.

Examples:

# Destroy the controller and all hosted models. If there is
# persistent storage remaining in any of the models, then
# this will prompt you to choose to either destroy or release
# the storage.
juju destroy-controller --destroy-all-models mycontroller

# Destroy the controller and all hosted models, destroying
# any remaining persistent storage.
juju destroy-controller --destroy-all-models --destroy-storage

# Destroy the controller and all hosted models, releasing
# any remaining persistent storage from Juju's control.
juju destroy-controller --destroy-all-models --release-storage

# Destroy the controller and all hosted models, continuing
# even if there are operational errors.
juju destroy-controller --destroy-all-models --force
juju destroy-controller --destroy-all-models --force --no-wait

See also:

kill-controller
unregister