How to delete a Managed controller in CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise and CloudBees CI (CloudBees Core) Pierre Beitz July 13, 2022 14:19 Updated The content of this article has moved to the new documentation site. Related articles How to delete a terminating managed controller pod Why is my instance not getting the right information from CloudBees Update Center starting on October 19th, 2021? The Sidecar Injector fails the injection due to a TLS Handshake error Renaming Managed controller in CloudBees CI Change the Jenkins URL that Kubernetes cloud agents connect to Comments 1 comment Sort by Date Votes Daniel Collins July 08, 2020 04:35 Disconnecting a cluster seems to reconnect to it shortly after, and doesn't make the delete button appear. You must stop (or force stop, if you're just getting rid of it entirely) before the delete button appears as above. 0 Please sign in to leave a comment.