I have a bunch of external rancher created k8s nodes/VMs but when trying to delete that cluster the virt-launcher pods are stuck terminating. Any way to somehow manually terminate them and then use the longhorn UI to remove their volumes?
12/27/2022, 7:56 AM
One way is to delete the virtual machine pod with
if it’s stuck in the “terminating” state. e.g.,
kubectl delete pod <pod_name> --force -n <namespace>