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.
Remove a vSphere Namespace
- Log in to the vCenter Server using the vSphere Client.
- Select Workload Management.
- Select the Namespace tab.
Each vSphere Namespace created on Supervisor is listed.
- Select the vSphere Namespace you want to remove.
- 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.