This section includes information about uninstalling NetIQ Cloud Manager from your data center.
There is no supported wizard or self-contained uninstall tool to remove the Cloud Manager Orchestration Server from your Linux machines, nor is the uninstall feature in YaST and YaST2 is not supported, However, if you no longer want to use the server on a given machine, you can use a Linux package management tool to perform the uninstall. There is a variety of tools you can use to perform the uninstall:
Use the rug command line tool on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 10 machines to remove the server packages.
rug remove -t pattern <pattern_name>
Use the zypper command line tool to remove the server packages on SLES 11 machines.
zypper remove <RPM_Package>
Use the YaST setup and configuration tool on either SLES 10 or SLES 11 machines to select and remove the software packages.
Use the rpm -qa command to look for instaled RPMs and the rpm -e command to manually remove one or more of them.
To remove the patterns:
Shut down all Cloud Manager Orchestration components running anywhere on the grid, including the Orchestration Agent, the Orchestration Server, the Cloud Manager Monitoring Server, and the Cloud Manager Monitoring Agent.
Use a package management tool to uninstall the Orchestration Server RPMs:
Verify deletion of all of the following directories used by the Orchestration Server: