Uninstalling Slony Replication v2.2.10

This section walks you through uninstalling Slony Replication.

Uninstalling Slony Replication on an RHEL/CentOS Host

To uninstall Slony Replication on an RHEL/CentOS host, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

On RHEL/CentOS 7:

yum remove edb-as<xx>-slony-replication*

where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version.

On RHEL/CentOS 8:

dnf remove edb-as<xx>-slony-replication*

Uninstalling Slony Replication on a Debian or Ubuntu Host

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

apt-get remove edb-as<xx>-slony-replication*

where <xx> is the EDB Postgres Advanced Server version.

Uninstalling Slony Replication on a Windows Host

The Slony Replication graphical installer creates an uninstaller in the installation directory.

To uninstall Slony Replication on a Windows host:

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

The Slony Replication Uninstaller

Fig. 1: The Slony Replication Uninstaller

  1. The uninstallation process begins. Click OK once the process completes.

Uninstallation completes

Fig. 2: Uninstallation completes