Use Tanzu Mission Control to remove a package repository that you have added to a cluster.

When you add a repository to a cluster, the packages in the repository can be installed in that cluster using the Catalog page in the Tanzu Mission Control console. When a package repository is no longer needed for a cluster, use this procedure to remove it.

When you remove a package repository from a cluster, you can no longer install packages or update existing installations from the repository.

Note: The Tanzu standard package repository cannot be removed, but you can disable it if necessary. For more information, see Disable a Package Repository in Your Cluster.


This procedure assumes that you have already added a package repository to a Kubernetes cluster that is managed (either attached or provisioned) by Tanzu Mission Control.

Before you start this procedure, log in to the Tanzu Mission Control console and make sure you have the appropriate permissions.
  • To remove a package repository from your cluster, you must be associated with the .admin role on that cluster.


  1. In the Tanzu Mission Control console, navigate to the cluster detail page of the cluster to which you added the repository.
  2. Click the Add-ons tab, and then click Repositories.
    The table on this page shows the package repositories that have been added to the cluster.
  3. Click the menu icon for the repository that you want to remove, and then choose Remove.
  4. In the confirmation dialog, click Remove.