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Manual Unistall of media server on linux

carlos_espinoza
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Hi all,

I search in the knowledgebase pages but nothing appears in Linux. I have a server that was necessary reinstall all information in it. I try to install Netbackup in the new server (same name), the installation was successful, but some conections wasn't as we needed, then I uninstall without traditional methods. So, when I reinstall Netbackup the same configuration appears as the last successful install in the server. How can I delete all information in the server and start with a real clean install of NBU?

Regards,

Carlos Espinoza

 

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RamNagalla
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please go ahead and remove all data from install directory (/usr/openv/), and then try the installation..

rm -rf /usr/openv/*  would help to remove all data  in install directory.

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RamNagalla
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please go ahead and remove all data from install directory (/usr/openv/), and then try the installation..

rm -rf /usr/openv/*  would help to remove all data  in install directory.

Marianne
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You did not mention which version of NBU?
How to uninstall is described in the Installation Guide for your NBU version.

You can find links to manuals in Handy NBU Links in my signature.

Genericus
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DANGER!

I just went through this, and there are issues with just deleting the openv/netbackup directories.

Do this first!

yum list | grep VRTS
yum remove (all packages found)
yum list | grep SYM
yum remove (all packages found)

Now you can delete directories.

Remnants of install will block reinstall if you are backing out an upgrade!

NetBackup 10.2.0.1 on Flex 5360, duplicating via SLP to Access 3350, duplicating via SLP to LTO8 in SL8500 via ACSLS