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 8.0 Software
Prime Access Registrar software includes the uninstall-ar program in /opt/CSCOar/bin 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 /opt/CSCOar/bin 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 uninstall-ar 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 Yes or Y 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.