4s-cluster-destroy — Delete the KB from a cluster.
This command depends on the config file /etc/4s-cluster, see 4s-
$ 4s-cluster-destroy demo
Delete the "demo" knowledgebase. This will completly erase the data in
the KB, so use with care. 4s-cluster-start(1).
If the kb is currently running then it will not be stopped, so the
detached backed processes will persist past the detroy operation.
4s-cluster-info(1) can be used to check what KBs are curretnly running.
4s-cluster-create(1), 4s-cluster-start(1), 4s-cluster-stop(1),