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The uninstall process removes GroundWork Monitor Enterprise and deletes the remaining artifacts of /usr/local/groundwork. Specifically, the /usr/local/groundwork/users directory and file tree, the PostgreSQL database, and all local plugins added to the system.
- Open a PuTTY session (or similar) to the GroundWork server.
- As user root, execute the following command to start the uninstall process:
- You will be prompted with: Do you want to uninstall GroundWork Monitor Enterprise and all of its modules?. To continue the uninstall, type Y and press Enter.
- You will be prompted with: Do you wish to delete all saved datafile too? WARNING: This includes the entire /usr/local/groundwork/users directory and file tree, the PostgreSQL database, and all local plugins added to the system. To continue the uninstall, type y and press Enter.
- When uninstall has completed you should receive the following prompt:
Info: Uninstallation completed Press [Enter] to continue:
- On some systems users are left behind, these users can be removed with the following commands:
userdel -f postgres
userdel -f nagios
userdel -f gdma
- Some user generated data is intentionally not removed with an uninstall. If you wish to purge this data as well you can remove it:
rm -rf /usr/local/groundwork/*
- The /usr/local/groundwork/ directory can now be deleted unless it is a filesystem mount point:
rm -rf /usr/local/groundwork