After provisioning a cluster, if it is aborted immediately, it cannot be removed nor does it get moved from Live Clusters to Inactive Clusters.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Provision a cluster of any kind
2. Go into the cluster and immediately press Abort on the progress bar
3. Attempt to delete the cluster (it will report, "Job <number> is still underway for cluster <number>")
4. Attempt to reconfigure the cluster (it will report, "Cluster is not in a configurable state")
After waiting a few minutes, I was unable to reproduce this bug again. It possibly could have been caused because Coopr was in a state where it had a big backlog of events to process.