Uninstalling BART

This section walks you through uninstalling BART.

Uninstalling BART on a RHEL/CentOS Host

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

On RHEL or CentOS 6 and 7:

yum remove edb-bart

On RHEL or CentOS 8:

dnf remove edb-bart

Uninstalling BART does not delete the backup files and archived WAL files that reside in the BART backup catalog. To permanently delete the backup files and archived WAL files in the BART backup catalog (/opt/backup), use one of the follwing commands:

  • rm –rf /opt/backup
  • BART DELETE subcommand

For information about the BART DELETE subcommand, refer the EDB Postgres Backup and Recovery User Guide available at this page.

Uninstalling BART on an SLES 12 Host

To uninstall BART on an SLES 12 host, assume the identity of the root user and invoke the following command:

zypper remove edb-bart

Uninstalling BART on a Debian/Ubuntu Host

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

apt-get remove edb-bart