Use this procedure to uninstall the Geographic Edition software that was installed with the pkg add command. Remove the Geographic Edition software from all nodes in the cluster unless you are removing the software from node that you are also removing from the cluster. You can continue to run applications during the uninstallation of the Geographic Edition software.
Use one of the following methods, depending on whether you might want to reinstall the Geographic Edition software at a future time.
Unmanaging these resource groups prevents them from attempting to interact with the Geographic Edition software after the software is uninstalled.
# clresourcegroup offline data-replication-resource-group # clresource disable -g data-replication-resource-group + # clresourcegroup unmanage data-replication-resource-group
Specifies the data replication resource group to disable.
Performs the operation on all resources.
# geopg stop -e local protection-group # geopg delete protection-group
Performs the operation only on the local cluster.
# geoadm stop
For more information about disabling the Geographic Edition framework on a cluster, see Enabling and Disabling the Geographic Edition Framework in Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.3 Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
You must remove the core Oracle Solaris Cluster group package before you can remove the Geographic Edition software. However, this process does not remove the installed Oracle Solaris Cluster software.
# pkg uninstall ha-cluster-full
For a list of the Geographic Edition 4.3 packages, see How to Install the Geographic Edition Software.
# pkg uninstall ha-cluster/geo* ha-cluster/group-package/ha-cluster-geo*
# pkg info | grep geo