Deleting a Listener Rule

You can delete a listener rule that you no longer need.

This action deletes the pattern of the specified rule, as well as the list of backend instances registered with it. Once deleted, it is no longer used to redirect incoming traffic between a load balancer and its backend instances.

To modify the pattern of a listener rule, see Modifying a Listener Rule. To modify the list of registered instances without deleting the listener rule, see Registering Instances with a Listener Rule or Deregistering Instances from a Listener Rule. To delete instances, see Terminating Instances.

This feature is available through the API only. See the corresponding API methods.

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