just rm

Last updated 10 months ago

Delete a job, project, or dataset from Clusterone.

Usage

just rm job <job-path | job-id> [options]
just rm project <project-path> [options]
just rm dataset <dataset-path> [options]

just rm job

Remove a job from Clusterone. Running jobs cannot be removed. Use just stop to make sure the job is stopped before deleting.

Arguments

<job-id>

ID of the job that should be removed. Required unless <job-path> is provided.

<job-path>

Path of the job that should be removed. A job path is defined as [username]/<project-name>/<job-name>. Username is optional, defaults to current username if not specified. Required unless <job-id> is specified.

Options

None.

just rm project

Remove a project from Clusterone. Deleting a project that contains running jobs fails. Use just stop to make sure all jobs of the project are stopped before deleting.

Arguments

<project-path>

Path of the project that should be removed. A project path is defined as [username]/<project-name>. Username is optional, defaults to current username if not specified. Required.

Options

None.

just rm dataset

Remove a dataset from Clusterone. Deleting a dataset that is used in a running jobs fails. Use just stop to make sure all jobs using the dataset are stopped before deleting.

Arguments

<dataset-path>

Path of the dataset that should be removed. A dataset path is defined as [username]/<dataset-name>. Username is optional, defaults to current username if not specified. Required.

Options

None.