Uninstalling PostGIS v3.1.2

This section walks you through the process of uninstalling PostGIS.

Uninstalling PostGIS on a CentOS/RHEL Host

To uninstall PostGIS on a CentOS/RHEL host, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

On CentOS/RHEL 7 for EPAS version 13:

yum -y erase edb-as13-postgis3*

On CentOS/RHEL 7 for older versions of EPAS:

yum erase edb-as<xx>-postgis-*<y.y.y>

Where <xx> is the Advanced Server version and <y.y.y> is the PostGIS version you want to uninstall.

On CentOS/RHEL 8 for EPAS version 13:

dnf -y erase edb-as13-postgis3*

On CentOS/RHEL 8 for older vesions of EPAS:

dnf erase edb-as<xx>-postgis-*<y.y.y>

Uninstalling PostGIS on a Debian/Ubuntu Host

To uninstall PostGIS on a Debian or Ubuntu host, invoke the following command:

apt-get remove edb-as<xx>-postgis-<y.y>*

Where <xx> is the Advanced Server version and <y.y> is the PostGIS version you want to uninstall

Uninstalling PostGIS on a SLES Host

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

zypper remove edb-as12-postgis*

Uninstalling PostGIS on a Windows Host

The PostGIS graphical installer creates an uninstaller that you can use to remove PostGIS. The uninstaller is created in the installation directory that you have specified while installing PostGIS (default is C:\Program Files\edb\as13).

  1. Navigate into the directory that contains the uninstaller and assume superuser privileges. Open the uninstaller and click Yes to begin uninstalling PostGIS:

The Uninstaller opens Fig. 9: The Uninstaller Confirmation Dialog

  1. The uninstallation process begins. Click OK when the uninstallation completes:

Uninstallation is Complete Fig. 10: Uninstallation is Complete