I would like to ask if there is a way for me to find a list (or something similar) of all yaml files that I applied over ``kubectl apply -f` on a specific Project so that i can delete it?
To understand why I need this, here’s some context:
I was trying to get certificates from my cert-manager clusterissuer with the help of the cert-manager tutorial but I apparently messed up something in the .yaml file that I applied and now my cert-manager throws errors left and right because of various reasons.
I already tried reinstalling the cert-manager to get rid of these errors but sadly they just get requeued
so I would need to find the original .yml files I uploaded and delete them but I have no idea how to do that and could not find any command on the kubectl command list that would allow for something like that.