Plural provides options to uninstall specific applications, tear down your clusters, and wipe any references to installations to start from zero. Uninstalling any Plural application or an entire Plural installation is a one-liner in your terminal or Cloud Shell. If you want to delete your Plural installation, make sure to run
plural destroy before deleting your Git repository. If you delete your Git repository first, you will have to manually clean up all the resources that Plural has provisioned for you.
If you created a Plural installation in our Cloud Shell and want to move it to your local dev environment, you can sync your shell and delete the Cloud Shell instance from our servers. To sync your shell and delete your current Cloud Shell instance, use:
plural shell sync plural shell purge
The purge command will destroy your current Cloud Shell instance, but preserve your existing cluster and installations. Your account will still be pinned to the same cloud provider chosen at the beginning of your onboarding.
To uninstall specific applications, use:
plural destroy <app-name>
This will do things like destroying terraform resources and emptying k8s namespaces, but it won't remove the application builds from your local repo, or the application configuration values from
To uninstall your entire Plural installation and Kubernetes cluster, run:
Only do this if you're absolutely sure you want to bring down all associated resources with this repository.
By default, previously installed applications will still appear in your installed applications page on app.plural.sh after running
plural destroy. To remove all installation history, run
plural repos reset as documented below.
To tear down the current cluster but leave installation references as pointers to the Helm/Terraform, cd into
bootstrap/terraform and run:
By default, app.plural.sh will retain your list of “installed apps”. After running
plural destroy, if you also want to remove your installation history on app.plural.sh you can run:
plural repos reset
This command does not interact with any infrastructure, but removes references to all installations. This will also reset any association with a specific cloud provider.
To tear down a cluster and fully start over, run
plural destroy and then
plural repos reset.