Deleting a Network Load Balancer Backend Set

Remove a backend set from a network load balancer.


You cannot delete a backend set used by an active listener.

    1. Open the navigation menu, click Networking, and then click Load balancers. Click Network load balancer. The Network load balancers page appears.
    2. Select the Compartment from the list. All network load balancers in that compartment are listed in tabular form.
    3. Select a State from the list to limit the network load balancers displayed to that state.
    4. Select the network load balancer containing the backend set that you want to delete. The network load balancer's Details page appears.
    5. Click Backend sets under Resources. The Backend sets list appears. All backend sets are listed in tabular form.Click Backend sets under Resources.
    6. Click the backend set that you want to edit. The backend set's Details page appears.
    7. Click Delete. You can also click the Actions menu (Actions Menu) for the backend set you want to delete and select Delete.
    8. Confirm the deletion when prompted.
  • Use the oci nlb backend-set delete command and required parameters to delete a network load balancer's backend set:

    oci nlb backend-set delete --backend-set-name backend_set_name --network-load-balancer-id network_load_balancer_ocid [OPTIONS]

    For a complete list of flags and variable options for CLI commands, see the Command Line Reference.

  • Run the DeleteBackendSet operation to delete a backend set from a network load balancer.