Uninstalling the MySQL Foreign Data Wrapper v2.6.0

Uninstalling an RPM Package

You can use the yum remove or dnf remove command to remove a package installed by yum or dnf. To remove a package, open a terminal window, assume superuser privileges, and enter the command:

  • On RHEL or CentOS 7:

    yum remove edb-as<xx>-mysql<x>_fdw

Where xx is the server version number, and x is the supported release version number of MySQL. For example, to uninstall MySQL 5.0 on RHEL 7:

yum remove edb-as<xx>-mysql5_fdw

  • On RHEL or CentOS 8:

    dnf remove edb-as<xx>-mysql8_fdw

Where xx is the server version number.

Uninstalling MySQL Foreign Data Wrapper on a Debian or Ubuntu Host

  • To uninstall MySQL Foreign Data Wrapper on a Debian or Ubuntu host, invoke the following command:

    apt-get remove edb-as<xx>-mysql-fdw

Where xx is the server version number.