This chapter explains how to uninstall Oracle Secure Backup software from Linux, UNIX, and Windows hosts.
This chapter contains the following sections:
This section explains how to uninstall Oracle Secure Backup from a Linux or UNIX host. In this procedure Oracle Secure Backup is uninstalled from the administrative server. The procedure is the same when using the administrative server to uninstall Oracle Secure Backup from other hosts.
rootto the administrative server.
obhttpdprocesses for the Oracle Secure Backup Web tool.
The appendix “Startup and Shutdown of Oracle Secure Backup Services" in Oracle Secure Backup Reference lists operating system-specific commands for shutting down and starting Oracle Secure Backup processes on Linux and UNIX.
Alternatively, you can terminate
observiced, which stops all processes. Use the following command to end each process in the list associated with Oracle Secure Backup, where
pid is the process ID of
# cd /usr/local/oracle/backup
If you uninstall Oracle Secure Backup from the administrative server, then the
installob script removes the Oracle Secure Backup home directory at the end of the uninstall process.
uninstallobscript asks you if you want to remove this system's identity as a member of the administrative domain. Select one of these options:
Select this option to remove the system's identity as a member of the administrative domain. This is the default option.
Select this option to keep the system's identity as a member of the administrative domain.
uninstallob script continues with Step 7.
uninstallobscript asks to save the Oracle Secure Backup
admindirectory. Select one of these options:
Select this option to remove the admin directory.
Select this option to save the admin directory. If you keep the admin directory, then you can reinstall the Oracle Secure Backup software later without destroying your administrative domain.
This procedure assumes you are saving the Oracle Secure Backup
uninstallobscripts asks if you want to continue. Enter y to continue with the uninstallation. Enter n to stop the uninstall process.
If you choose y, then a message is displayed informing you that the uninstall was completed successfully.
A confirmation dialog appears.
Click Delete if you do not want to retain the backup domain files.
Click Keep to retain the backup domain files.
If you click Keep to retain the backup domain files, then the configuration of your backup domain is preserved. This is useful for reinstallation of the Oracle Secure Backup software later.
Oracle Secure Backup is now uninstalled from your host.