You can uninstall NSX-T Data Center from a KVM host.
- From a browser, log in with admin privileges to an NSX Manager at https://<nsx-manager-ip-address>.
- Select .
- From the Managed by drop-down menu, select Standalone Hosts.
- Select the host and click Delete.
- On the Delete Transport Node popup window, click Delete.
- If the host goes into a failed state and NSX-T Data Center VIBs cannot be removed, then run the del nsx command to remove NSX-T Data Center from the host.
- Before running the del nsx command, power off all tenant VMs running on the KVM host.
- On the KVM host, log in to the console. At the CLI terminal, run nsxcli.
- Enter del nsx.
Important: Do not run nsxcli -c del nsx as a single command on the KVM host.
- Read the warning message. Enter Yes if you want to go ahead with NSX-T Data Center uninstallation.
Are you sure you want to remove NSX-T on this host? (yes/no)
- Verify NSX-T Data Center VIBs are deleted on the KVM host by running the following command.
If the NSX-T Data Center VIBs are deleted on the host, the CLI terminal displays success message.
- (RHEL/SLES/CentOS host) Run rpm - qa | grep nsx.
- (Ubuntu host) Run dpkg -l | grep nsx.
- To debug errors after running the del nsx command, see logs at /var/log/nsxcli.log on the host.
- In NSX Manager, navigate to the KVM host, and click Delete.
- In the popup window, select Force Delete and begin uninstallation.
- Verify the Configuration Status of the host is Not Configured state. This state indicates that NSX-T Data Center is completely removed from the host.