Before you uninstall Quorum Server software, ensure that you have completed the following tasks:
On each cluster that uses the quorum server, remove the quorum server as a quorum device. Perform the steps in How to Remove a Quorum Device in Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS.
In normal operation, this step also removes the quorum server information on the quorum-server host. If communications between the cluster and the quorum -server host computer are down during this step, you must clean up the invalid quorum server information on the quorum-server host computer. Perform the steps in Cleaning Up Stale Quorum Server Cluster Information in Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS.
On each quorum-server host computer, stop the quorum server by following the steps in How to Stop a Quorum Server in Sun Cluster System Administration Guide for Solaris OS.
Become superuser on the quorum server host computer to uninstall.
Alternatively, if your user account is assigned the Primary Administrator profile, execute commands as non-root through a profile shell, or prefix the command with the pfexec command.
Uninstall the quorum-server software.
quorumserver# /usr/bin/pkg uninstall ha-cluster-quorum-server-full
(Optional) Clean up or remove the quorum server directories.
By default, this directory is /var/scqsd.