You can use various command-line options with the uninstall.sh command when you uninstall the VSA cluster service from a Linux machine.
|-h | --help||Print this help.|
|-k | --keepuser||If this option is specified, the uninstall script does not remove the user account. By default, the user account is removed.|
|-s | --silent||If this option is specified, the uninstall script does not ask you to confirm the deletion of the directories and the user account. This option is useful for scripted uninstall that does not require user interaction.|
|-v | --verbose||Print verbose information.|
|-D | --debug||Print all commands and their arguments as they are executed (set -x).|
Use of Command-Line Options with Uninstall Script
- $INSTALL_HOME/setup/uninstall.sh. Uninstalls the VSA cluster service. Prompts you to confirm the directory and user account deletion.
- $INSTALL_HOME/setup/uninstall.sh -s –k. Uninstalls the VSA cluster service. Does not prompt you to confirm the directory deletion and keeps the user account intact.