After moving on vSphere CSI, now the k8s PVs are not just vmdks, but container volumes, which in turn are FCD - first class disk. And the problem(or advantage) with FCD is that they are not removing after deleting the virtual machine and k8s cluster. So after regularly creating and deleting test clusters there are lots of stale container volumes aka fcd. In UI 6.7 you can't make any manipulations with container volumes. So, to clean the vSphere from unneeded container volumes you may use cli utility Govc.
Add environment variables:
How to look what volumes and disks do I have:
When the k8s cluster is deleted, container volumes lose their ConsumerId, so we need to remove all volumes with null ConsumerId.
How to clean. Get all volumes without the consumer and delete it:
How to remove only the volumes that you need. For example just after removing the cluster: