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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications by Russ McKendrick

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The delete command

The final command we are going to look at is fission function delete. This command is pretty self-explanatory. It deletes the function and only accepts a single argument, and that is --name.

Please be careful when using fission function delete; it does not prompt you in any way, and when you hit Enter your function will be deleted.

To delete the hello world function, for example, we should just run the following:

$ fission function delete --name hello
As you can see, and as mentioned, there are no Are you sure? prompts so be careful when using the command.

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