Tech Tip: Clean uninstall for SysEdge on Unix

Document created by BarbM Employee on Jan 28, 2015Last modified by BarbM Employee on Jan 29, 2015
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1. Run this command


/usr/bin/lsm -e CA_SystemEDGE_Core -s


It does the uninstall but still leaves some entries behind, a manual cleanup is required:


2. In /etc
Remove any profile.CA* and *EDGE*.
(do not remove profile.CA if there are other CA products installed)


3. In /etc/init.d
Remove any *EDGE* SysEDGE and CA-SystemEDGE


4. In etc/rc*.d
Remove any *EDGE* SysEDGE and CA-SystemEDGE


5. /opt/CA
If no other CA products are installed remove all of /opt/CA


6. /usr/bin
Remove lsm if still exists, if NO other CA products installed


7. Now please delete the directories.

Example default SystemEdge installation Directories:

/opt/EMPsysedge (version 4.x)
or
/opt/CA/SystemEDGE (version 5.x)

Then run:


rm /opt/EMPsysedge or /opt/CA/ - only if no other CA components are installed
rm /etc/init.d/CA-SystemEDGE
rm /etc/init.d/sysedge
rm /etc/rc3.d/CA-SystemEdge
rm /etc/rc0.d/CA-SystemEdge
rm /etc/sysedge.cf.*
rm /etc/catngcampath
rm /etc/profile.CA can be removed - only if no other CA components are installed

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