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This section describes the
calicoctl ipam release command.
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Usage: calicoctl ipam release --ip=<IP> [--config=<CONFIG>] Options: -h --help Show this screen. --ip=<IP> IP address to release. -c --config=<CONFIG> Path to the file containing connection configuration in YAML or JSON format. [default: /etc/calico/calicoctl.cfg] Description: The ipam release command releases an IP address from the Calico IP Address Manager that was been previously assigned to an endpoint. When an IP address is released, it becomes available for assignment to any endpoint. Note that this does not remove the IP from any existing endpoints that may be using it, so only use this command to clean up addresses from endpoints that were not cleanly removed from Calico.
$ calicoctl ipam release --ip=192.168.1.2
-c --config=<CONFIG> Path to the file containing connection configuration in YAML or JSON format. [default: /etc/calico/calicoctl.cfg]
- calicoctl configuration for details on configuring
calicoctlto access the Calico datastore.