How to stop monitoring your Azure and Red Hat OpenShift v4 cluster
After you enable monitoring of your Azure Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenShift version 4.x cluster, you can stop monitoring the cluster with Container insights if you decide you no longer want to monitor it. This article shows how to accomplish this.
How to stop monitoring using Helm
To first identify the Container insights helm chart release installed on your cluster, run the following helm command.
helm list --all-namespaces
The output will resemble the following:
NAME NAMESPACE REVISION UPDATED STATUS CHART APP VERSION azmon-containers-release-1 default 3 2020-04-21 15:27:24.1201959 -0700 PDT deployed azuremonitor-containers-2.7.0 7.0.0-1
azmon-containers-release-1 represents the helm chart release for Container insights.
To delete the chart release, run the following helm command.
helm delete <releaseName>
helm delete azmon-containers-release-1
This will remove the release from the cluster. You can verify by running the
NAME NAMESPACE REVISION UPDATED STATUS CHART APP VERSION
The configuration change can take a few minutes to complete. Because Helm tracks your releases even after you’ve deleted them, you can audit a cluster’s history, and even undelete a release with
If the Log Analytics workspace was created only to support monitoring the cluster and it's no longer needed, you have to manually delete it. If you are not familiar with how to delete a workspace, see Delete an Azure Log Analytics workspace.