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Adam K Dean
Adam K Dean

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Fleetctl destroy all services

Here is a nice little bash trick to destroy all services using fleetctl.

fleetctl list-units | sed 1d | while read -r line ; \
    do fleetctl destroy $(echo $line | cut -f1 -d ' '); done
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It gets a list of units, removes the first line, loops through, grabs the first word, and and destroys it.

$ fleetctl list-units | sed 1d | while read -r line ; \
    do fleetctl destroy $(echo $line | cut -f1 -d ' '); done
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.1-announce.service
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.1-log.service
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.1.service
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.2-announce.service
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.2-log.service
Destroyed Job august-frosting_v4.web.2.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.1-announce.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.1-log.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.1.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.2-announce.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.2-log.service
Destroyed Job quaint-teamwork_v5.cmd.2.service
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Now imagine typing each of those by hand.

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