Removing cluster constraints, resource groups, and resources

Knowing how to remove the configured cluster constraints, resource groups, and resources is just as important as knowing how to configure them. Removing them is quite easy and self-explanatory.

Removing resource constraints

You can see the configured cluster resource constraints with the following command:

pcs constraint show

In the following screenshot, you can see the output of the pcs constraint show command.

Removing resource constraints

As you can see in the preceding screenshot, the possible configured location constraints are:

  • Location constraints: None configured
  • Ordering constraints: The cluster resource order ...

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