This topic will help you delete one or more workloads by name or all workloads within a namespace.
Deleting a workload prevents new builds while preserving built images in the registry.
tanzu apps workload delete <name(s)> [flags]
tanzu apps workload delete my-workload tanzu apps workload delete --all
--all delete all workloads within the namespace -f, --file file path file path containing the description of a single workload, other flags are layered on top of this resource -h, --help help for delete -n, --namespace name kubernetes namespace (defaulted from kube config) --wait waits for workload to be deleted --wait-timeout duration timeout for workload to be deleted when waiting (default 1m0s) -y, --yes accept all prompts
--context name name of the kubeconfig context to use (default is current-context defined by kubeconfig) --kubeconfig file kubeconfig file (default is $HOME/.kube/config) --no-color disable color output in terminals -v, --verbose int32 number for the log level verbosity (default 1)