Nodes that are not attached to any cluster can be deauthorized from Platform9 Managed Kubernetes.
All host agent packages are uninstalled from the node when it is deauthorized.
You must be an administrator to perform this operation.
Follow the steps given below to authorize a node.
- Navigate to Infrastructure>Nodes.
- Select the node to deauthorize.
- Click Deauthorize seen above the nodes list.
- Click Deauthorize to deauthorize the node.
Once the node is deauthorized, you cannot attach it to a Kubernetes cluster unless the node is authorized once again.
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