You can remove a vSphere Namespace from Supervisor. Before doing so you should delete any TKG clusters provisioned there.

Prerequisite: Delete TKG Clusters in the vSphere Namespace

Before you remove a vSphere Namespace, you should delete any TKG 2.0 clusters provisioned there.

Note: You should also remove any vSphere Pods deployed in the vSphere Namespace.
Use kubectl or the Tanzu CLI to delete a TKG cluster. See Delete a TKG Cluster Using Kubectl or Using the Tanzu CLI.
Note: Do not attempt to delete a TKG cluster using the vSphere Client or the vCenter Server CLI.

Remove a vSphere Namespace

In preparation for provisioning TKG 2.0 clusters, complete this task to verify that the vSphere Namespace is properly configured.
  1. Log in to the vCenter Server using the vSphere Client.
  2. Select Workload Management.
  3. Select the Namespace tab.

    Each vSphere Namespace created on Supervisor is listed.

  4. Select the vSphere Namespace you want to remove.
  5. Select Remove.

    The system removes the vSphere Namespace. It may take time for the process to complete. Use the Tasks pane to follow the progress.