Uninstall a Web Tier on Linux

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Jun 13, 2017Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Jul 27, 2020
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During uninstallation, run the RSA Authentication Web-Tier Uninstaller for Linux on the web-tier server. Uninstalling a web tier removes the web tier and all features and components of RSA Authentication Manager from the web-tier server.

Uninstalling a web tier does not delete the web-tier deployment record.

Before you begin 

  • Confirm that you have root privileges.

  • Verify that the open files hard limit for the local user is at least 4096.

Procedure 

  1. Log on to the web tier server.

  2. Change directories to your-authentication-manager-web-tier-installation/uninstall.

  3. On the command line, type:

    ./uninstall.sh

  4. Press ENTER

  5. On the Welcome screen, type:

    yes

  6. Press ENTER.

    The system uninstalls the web tier and displays “Uninstall Complete” when finished.

After you finish 

  • On the primary instance, use the Operations Console to delete the web-tier deployment record. For instructions, see Delete a Web-Tier Deployment Record.

  • (Optional) On the DNS server, delete the hostname and IP address for the web tier that you uninstalled.

 

 

 

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