After you delete a database cluster, its backups are kept for 7 days for recovery purposes. If you decide to restore a deleted cluster from its backup, you'll need its ID, so please store the cluster ID safely before deleting the cluster.
- Open the folder page in the management console.
- Select Managed Service for Redis.
- Click for the necessary cluster and select Delete.
- In the window that opens, check Delete cluster and click Delete.
If you don't have the Yandex.Cloud command line interface yet, install and initialize it.
The folder specified in the CLI profile is used by default. You can specify a different folder using the
To delete a cluster, run the command:
$ yc managed-redis cluster delete <cluster name or ID>
The cluster name and ID can be requested with a list of clusters in the folder.
With Terraform, you can quickly create a cloud infrastructure in Yandex.Cloud. The infrastructure components are identified through configuration files that specify the required cloud resources and their parameters.
Read more about Terraform in the documentation.
Clusters created using Terraform can be deleted:
In the command line, go to the folder with the Terraform configuration file.
Delete resources using the command:
Terraform will delete all the resources that you created using it, such as clusters, networks, subnets, and VMs.
Confirm the deletion of resources.