Ksql cleanup after ksql instance deletion


We’re seeing that ksql product and queue remains after we’re deleted the cluster.

This seems to produce ~70 consumer connections into our production cluster.

Any tips on how we should run the “vacuum” process to cleanup the env ?

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Consumer groups should be deleted when the cluster is deleted. If that’s not happening, I’d consider it a bug. That said, what I’m seeing in the post are mostly a bunch of empty consumer groups which will eventually expire and be cleaned up.

I don’t have an explanation for the 3 consumer clients circled, but don’t see any way those clients could actually be active if the ksqlDB cluster has been deleted, so I’ll report it as bug? (unless the ksqlDB cluster is not actually deleted right away under the covers)

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