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How to uninstall DFM probe on Linux

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I am trying to find a link or instruction how to uninstall a DataFlow Probe on Linux server. I could not find an uninstaller or document but there is a folder for Uninstaller Data.

Any pointer be helpful.

2018.05 DFM  on CentOS7.5

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Re: How to uninstall DFM probe on Linux

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1. stop the daemon/process

2. delete the directory DataFlowProbe

3. verify that you no longer have the daemon script.

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Bogdan Mureșan

EMEA Technical Success

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Re: How to uninstall DFM probe on Linux

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1. stop the daemon/process

2. delete the directory DataFlowProbe

3. verify that you no longer have the daemon script.

Kind regards,
Bogdan Mureșan

EMEA Technical Success

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Re: How to uninstall DFM probe on Linux

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Ahh  so no way out beside "brute force". I was hoping a solemn goodbye to the probe :).

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Re: How to uninstall DFM probe on Linux

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No. We have a standard procedure as we have no installer and all the files are contained in the installation directory except maybe of the daemon script (custom).

The PGsql binaries are also in the same installation directory so no problems there.

Actually step 4 is Enjoy a nice coffee and report back half a day of work, sometimes...

Kind regards,
Bogdan Mureșan

EMEA Technical Success
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