Uninstalling CloudBees Flow

This section contains instructions for uninstalling CloudBees Flow or the DevOps Insight server from various types of platforms.

Uninstalling on Linux

Use the following procedure to uninstall the CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight server completely from a Linux machine.

  1. Log in as root or use an account with root privileges.

  2. Disable the DevOps Foresight server. Enter the following API command:

    ectool setDevOpsForesightConfiguration --enabled 0

  3. Enter the following command:

    /opt/electriccloud/electriccommander/uninstall -reporting

    The following message appears:

    This will completely remove CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight server from your system.  Are you sure you want to do this? [n/Y]
  4. Enter y to start the uninstallation.

    The following messages appear when the software is uninstalled:

    Uninstalling CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight Server...
    Uninstall complete.

Uninstalling on Windows

Use the following procedure to completely uninstall the CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight server from a Windows machine.

  1. Disable the DevOps Foresight server.

    To do so, use one of the following methods: Uncheck the Enable DevOps Foresight checkbox in the Administration > DevOps Foresight Server subtab in the Automation Platform UI and click Save . Enter the following API command:

    +

    ectool setDevOpsForesightServerConfiguration --enabled 0
  2. Go to Control Panel > Uninstall a program .

  3. Select CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight Server .

  4. Click Uninstall .

    The system displays an uninstall complete message when the CloudBees Flow DevOps Foresight server is removed.

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