Uninstalling Pgpool-II and Extensions v1.0

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The following section outlines the process of uninstalling Pgpool-II and its extensions.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II

Uninstalling Pgpool-II on an RHEL/CentOS Host

To uninstall Pgpool-II, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

On RHEL/CentOS 7:

yum erase edb-pgpool<xx>

On RHEL/CentOS 8:

dnf erase edb-pgpool<xx>

Where <xx> is the Pgpool version.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II on a Debian/Ubuntu Host

To uninstall Pgpool-II on a Debian/Ubuntu host, invoke the following command:

apt-get remove -y edb-pgpool<xx>

Where <xx> is the Pgpool version you want to uninstall

Uninstalling Pgpool-II on a SLES 12 Host

To uninstall Pgpool-II on a SLES host, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

zypper remove edb-pgpool<xx>

Where <xx> is the Pgpool version you wish to uninstall.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Linux Uninstaller

The Pgpool-II graphical installer creates an uninstaller in the installation directory. If you have used the default installation directory, i.e. /opt/edb, then uninstaller will be in the /opt/edb/pgpool<x.y> (where <x.y> is the Pgpool version you have installed).

  1. Navigate into the directory that contains the uninstaller and assume superuser privileges. Open the uninstaller and click Yes to begin uninstalling Pgpool-II.

  2. The uninstallation process begins. Click OK when the uninstallation completes.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Extensions

The following section outlines the process of uninstalling Pgpool-II and its extensions.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Extensions on an RHEL/CentOS Host

To remove extensions from the server, execute the following command:

On RHEL/CentOS 7:

yum erase edb-as<xx>-pgpool<yy>-extensions

On RHEL/CentOS 8:

dnf erase edb-as<xx>-pgpool<yy>-extensions

Where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version, and <yy> is the Pgpool-II extension version.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Extensions on a SLES 12 Host

To uninstall Pgpool-II extensions on a SLES host, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

zypper remove edb-as<xx>-pgpool<yy>-extensions

Where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version, and <yy> is the Pgpool-II extension version you want to uninstall.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Extensins on a Debian/Ubuntu Host

To uninstall Pgpool-II extensions on a Debian/Ubuntu host, invoke the following command:

apt-get remove -y edb-as<xx>-pgpool<yy>-extensions

Where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version, and <yy> is the Pgpool-II extension version you want to uninstall.

Uninstalling Pgpool-II Extensions Linux Graphical Uninstaller

The Pgpool-II extensions graphical installer creates an uninstaller in the installation directory. If you have used the default installation directory, i.e. /opt/edb/as<xx>, then uninstaller will be in the /opt/edb/as<xx> (where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version you have installed).

  1. Navigate into the directory that contains the uninstaller and assume superuser privileges. Open the uninstaller and click Yes to begin uninstalling Pgpool-II extensions.
  2. The uninstallation process begins. Click OK when the uninstallation completes.