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8.6 Deleting a Virtual Server

You can delete virtual servers by using either the administration console or the CLI.


Deleting a Virtual Server Using the Administration Console

To delete a virtual server by using the administration console, do the following:

  1. Log in to the administration console, as described in Section 2.3.2, "Accessing the Administration Console."

  2. Click the Configurations button that is situated at the upper left corner of the page.

    A list of the available configurations is displayed.

  3. Select the configuration for which you want to delete virtual servers.

  4. In the navigation pane, select Virtual Servers.

    The Virtual Servers page is displayed. It shows a list of the virtual servers defined for the configuration.

  5. Click the Delete icon for the virtual server that you want to delete.

    A prompt to confirm the deletion is displayed.

  6. Click OK.

    A message is displayed in the Console Message pane confirming that the virtual server was deleted.

    In addition, the Deployment Pending message is displayed at the top of the main pane. You can either deploy the updated configuration immediately by clicking Deploy Changes, or you can do so later after making further changes, as described in Section 4.3, "Deploying a Configuration."

Deleting a Virtual Server Using the CLI

To delete a virtual server, run the delete-virtual-server command, as shown in the following example:

tadm> delete-virtual-server --config=soa vs1
OTD-70201 Command 'delete-virtual-server' ran successfully.

For the updated configuration to take effect, you should deploy it to the Oracle Traffic Director instances by using the deploy-config command.

For more information about delete-virtual-server, see the Oracle Traffic Director Command-Line Reference or run the command with the --help option.