You must de-install EnlightenDSM on a local host. There is no multiple network de-installation facility. To de-install EnlightenDSM,
Log in as a root user.
cd into the enlighten directory. If the EMD is the only component installed on the local host, cd into the EMD directory.
|Note: If you forgot where EnlightenDSM is installed on the local host, type the following command: |
grep enlighten= /etc/enlighten
Or, for the EMD directory:
grep emd_dir= etc/enlighten
or cat the /etc/enlighten file.
Type the command:
Follow the instructions on screen as you are prompted.
Here's a sample de-install:
$ su Password: # grep enlighten= /etc/enlighten enlighten=/opt/enlighten # cd /opt/enlighten # ./.deinstall .deinstall: Are you sure you want to deinstall Enlighten? [y|n|exit] y .deinstall: Killing the following Enlighten processes: PID TTY TIME COMD 2417 pts/15 0:08 xenln stop_enl_daemons: Killing the following Enlighten daemons: PID TTY TIME COMD 2506 ? 0:04 AgentMon 2468 pts/25 0:00 e_tokend 2494 pts/25 0:00 AgentENL 2407 ? 0:00 renld stop_enl_daemons: Waiting for daemons to shut down....... stop_enl_daemons: Finished. stop_enl_daemons: Waiting for daemons to shut down.. stop_enl_daemons: Finished. .deinstall: Remove Enlighten references from /etc/rc2.d/s92startenl? .deinstall: [y|n|exit] (default is `y') > y .deinstall: /etc/rc2.d/s92startenl was archived to /tmp/s92startenl.old .deinstall: Recursively remove the Enlighten directory /opt/enlighten? .deinstall: [y|n|exit] (default is `y') > y .deinstall: Removed /etc/enlighten. .deinstall: Successfully finished deinstalling Enlighten.