Clean up

Remove the domain.

  1. Remove the domain’s ingress by using helm:

    $ helm uninstall sample-domain1-ingress -n sample-domain1-ns
  2. Remove the Kubernetes resources associated with the domain by using the sample delete-weblogic-domain-resources script:

    $ kubernetes/samples/scripts/delete-domain/ -d sample-domain1
  3. Use kubectl to confirm that the WebLogic Server instance Pods and Domain are gone:

    $ kubectl get pods -n sample-domain1-ns
    $ kubectl get domains -n sample-domain1-ns

Remove the domain namespace.

  1. Configure the Traefik ingress controller to stop managing the ingresses in the domain namespace:

    $ helm upgrade traefik-operator traefik/traefik \
        --namespace traefik \
        --reuse-values \
        --set "kubernetes.namespaces={traefik}" 
  2. Delete the domain namespace:

    $ kubectl delete namespace sample-domain1-ns

Remove the operator.

  1. Remove the operator:

    $ helm uninstall sample-weblogic-operator -n sample-weblogic-operator-ns
  2. Remove the operator’s namespace:

    $ kubectl delete namespace sample-weblogic-operator-ns

Remove the ingress controller.

  1. Remove the Traefik ingress controller:

    $ helm uninstall traefik-operator -n traefik
  2. Remove the Traefik namespace:

    $ kubectl delete namespace traefik

Delete the generated image.

  1. When no longer needed, delete the generated image by using the docker rmi command. Use the following command to delete an image tagged with domain-home-in-image:

    $ docker rmi domain-home-in-image:

Delete the tools directory.

  1. When no longer needed, delete the directory where WebLogic Deploy Tool and WebLogic Image Tool are installed.

    $ rm -rf /tmp/dhii-sample/tools/