Uninstalling Cisco Prime Access Registrar
This chapter provides information about uninstalling Cisco Prime Access Registrar software.
As a prerequisite for uninstallation, copy the directory /opt/CSCOar/data to a temporary location such as /tmp, before you uninstall the Prime Access Registrar software for future use.
Uninstalling Prime Access Registrar 7.2 Software
Prime Access Registrar software includes the
that you use to remove Prime Access Registrar software on Linux machines.
Note If you currently use the 3.5.2 Linux version, the uninstall-ar program removes /opt/CSCOar/data. Before you run the uninstall-ar program, copy the /opt/CSCOar/data directory to a temporary location such as /tmp. After you install the upgrade software, move the data directory back to /opt/CSCOar/data.
Step 1 Log into the Prime Access Registrar workstation as a root user.
Step 2 To remove the Linux version of Prime Access Registrar software, change directory to
and stop the server.
Waiting for these processes to die (this may take some time): Cisco Prime AR RADIUS server running (pid: 1403) Cisco Prime AR Server Agent running (pid: 29310) Cisco Prime AR MCD lock manager running (pid: 29320) Cisco Prime AR MCD server running (pid: 29317) Cisco Prime AR GUI running (pid: 29441) 5 processes left.2 processes left.0 processes left Cisco Prime Access Registrar Server Agent shutdown complete.
Step 3 Run the
program as shown below:
Are you sure you want to remove CSCOar-7.0.0-1335103986 and CSCOarui-add-7.0.0-1335103986? [y/n]:
Step 4 Enter
to continue removing the Linux software.
Are you sure you want to remove CSCOar-7.0.0-1335103986 and CSCOarui-add-7.0.0-1335103986? [y/n]: y Nothing running, no need to shutdown.