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»Waypoint Server uninstall
waypoint server uninstall
Uninstall the Waypoint server
waypoint server uninstall [options]
Uninstall the Waypoint server. This command is not intended to uninstall a server that was manually run with the 'waypoint server run' CLI, but with a Waypoint server that was installed via 'waypoint server install'.
The platform can be specified as kubernetes, nomad, ecs, or docker. If not specified, the CLI command will attempt to retrieve the platform defined in the server context.
'-auto-approve' is required.
By default, this command deletes the default server's context and creates a server snapshot.
This command does not destroy Waypoint resources, such as deployments and releases. Clear all workspaces prior to uninstall to prevent hanging resources.
If a runner was installed via "waypoint install", the runner will also be uninstalled. Manually installed runners (outside of the "waypoint install" command) will not be affected.
-plain- Plain output: no colors, no animation.
-a) - App to target. Certain commands require a single app target for Waypoint configurations with multiple apps. If you have a single app, then this can be ignored.
-p) - Project to target.
-w) - Workspace to operate in.
-auto-approve- Auto-approve server uninstallation.
-delete-context- Delete the context for the server once it's uninstalled.
-platform=<string>- Platform to uninstall the Waypoint server from.
-snapshot-name=<string>- Filename to write the snapshot to. If no name is specified, by default a timestamp will be appended to the default snapshot name.
-snapshot- Enable or disable taking a snapshot of Waypoint server prior to uninstall.
-ignore-runner-error- Ignore any errors encountered while uninstalling runners. This allows the server to be uninstalled even if runner uninstallation fails. Note that this may leave runners dangling since future 'uninstall' runs will do nothing if the server is uninstalled.
-ecs-cluster=<string>- Configures the Cluster to uninstall.
-ecs-region=<string>- Configures which AWS region to uninstall from.