Before you uninstall
Before you uninstall Azure Service Operator, ensure that all of the resources managed by it are deleted from Kubernetes.
Use the detach-on-delete reconcile-policy annotation if you want to delete an ASO resource from Kubernetes but retain it in Azure.
You can check if all ASO resources have been deleted:
kubectl api-resources -o name | grep azure.com | paste -sd "," - | xargs kubectl get -A
We recommend that you uninstall ASO using the same mechanism you used to install it.
Uninstalling with Helm
As mentioned above it is strongly recommended that you ensure that there are no remaining ASO resources in the cluster before you run this command.
helm --namespace azureserviceoperator-system delete asov2
kubectl delete namespace azureserviceoperator-system
Note that Helm does not remove CRDs, due to the potential for user data-loss. The Helm documentation reads:
There is no support at this time for upgrading or deleting CRDs using Helm. This was an explicit decision after much community discussion due to the danger for unintentional data loss.
– Retrieved on Monday, 16 October 2023
Uninstalling with kubectl
Use the same URL as you used during installation.
kubectl delete -f https://github.com/Azure/azure-service-operator/releases/download/v2.3.0/azureserviceoperator_v2.3.0.yaml