To remove the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager, find the
uninstall file in the
Execute this file by typing:
During the uninstall process you will be given the option of saving existing data and log files. Choose this option if you plan to reinstall the MySQL Enterprise Monitor.
If you are not saving existing data, you can remove the
/opt/mysql/enterprise/monitor directory after
uninstalling the MySQL Enterprise Service Manager.
If you did not remove existing data and log files when
uninstalling the MySQL Enterprise Monitor, do
not remove the
doing so will delete these files.
On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and Fedora Core 4, the uninstall script might not stop the Tomcat server. Do this manually if necessary. To do this, see Section 3.2.5, “Starting/Stopping the MySQL Enterprise Monitor Service on Unix and Mac OS X”.
Be careful not to accidentally stop any other Java processes running on your system.
On some Unix platforms, you might have to manually delete the
uninstall application and the installation
directory after you execute the uninstall process.
Prior to removal of the Monitor Agent Service, stop any agents by
changing to the
init.d directory and issuing
the command ./mysql-monitor-agent stop.
You will find the
uninstall file in the
Execute this file by navigating to this directory and typing:
Removing the Monitor Agent automatically deletes its associated
After uninstalling the Monitor Agent, you can remove the
Removing the Monitor Agent this way removes the default service, and all the configuration files for different instances.
To remove only one of the agents from a machine that is running several agents, do not run the uninstall program. To remove a single agent and leave other agents intact, follow these steps:
Stop the agent.
Confirm the location of the log files.
Remove the agent as a service.
Remove/Archive associated files.
It is best to stop the agent before removing it; for instructions on stopping an agent, see Section 220.127.116.11, “Starting/Stopping the Agent on Unix”.
To confirm the location of the agent log files, check the
ini file. For more information on this topic,
see Section C.2.1, “MySQL Enterprise Agent Configurable Options”.
To remove the agent as a daemon, remove its entry in the
init.d directory. Also remove or archive any
log or configuration files associated with this agent.
If you have installed any additional agents, remove them in the same way.