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So after a successful test of my infra on Qovery, I was removing all other resources from AWS Console. I accidentally deleted the Auto Scaling Group created by Qovery. After this incident, all my AWS Resources (including Qovery and my others) were deleted.
Now I want to completely delete my Qovery Cluster + Apps so that I can do a fresh start. However, the application delete isn’t happening. I understand why this would happen, but how do I move forward from here? Is there a way to clean everything and do a fresh start here?
Hi @r4881t , you can try to prepare your infrastructure by running a cluster update via the Qovery web interface.
hello. I tried that, and it gives “update error”.
I ask one of our engineer to take a look - he will respond through this thread.
Deleting the Kubernetes node group did the trick. I’ve tried to update your cluster to re-update the nodegroups but encounter this issue:
AsgInstanceLaunchFailures: Could not launch On-Demand Instances. VcpuLimitExceeded - You have requested more vCPU capacity than your current vCPU limit of 32 allows for the instance bucket that the specified instance type belongs to. Please visit http://aws.amazon.com/contact-us/ec2-request to request an adjustment to this limit. Launching EC2 instance failed
Can you please contact AWS support and ask to raise the limit to the one you need please.