How to UNinstall a Control Compliance Suite (CCS) for UNIX Agent on a Sun Solaris computer
Last Updated March 26, 2015
Uninstalling from the Solaris target computers
To uninstall bv-Control for UNIX agent from the Solaris UNIX target computer, you can use the pkgrm command.
To uninstall from the Solaris target computers
1. From the command line, type the following: /usr/sbin/pkgrm bvControl
2. Press Enter. The following prompts appear: The following package is currently installed: bv-Control bv- Control for UNIX (sparc) 8.60.0 Do you want to remove this package? [y,n,?,q] Type y and press Enter. ##Removing installed package instance bv-Control. This package contains scripts which will be executed with super-user permission during the process of uninstall this package. Do you want to continue with the removal of this package [y,n,?,q] Type y and press Enter. ##Verifying package dependencies. ##Processing package information ##Executing preremove script. Removing bv-Control for UNIX daemon startup. Stopping bv-Control for UNIX agent... Attempting to communicate with xxx.xxx.xxx.xx [machine name or IP] from the scoping database. Unregistering all the BVIS from this local machine... Unregistering local machine from Information Server xxx.xxx.xxx.xx [machine name or IP] [the script shows the files that have been removed] ## Executing postremove script ## Updating system information. Removal of <bv-Control>
was successful. You have successfully removed bv-Control for UNIX from the Solaris target machine.
*** NOTE >>> After running the uninstall. Make sure to verify that the install directories have been removed. If they have not remove them recursively before doing another install.
Verify that the uninstalled hosts no longer exists on the RMS console.
Imported Document ID: TECH115691
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