To uninstall the Application Server and components, you must uninstall the server and delete the database schema.
Ensure that you are logged on to the host from which you want to uninstall BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization as the BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization system user.
Set the DISPLAY environment: Set the DISPLAY environment to enable the Uninstaller program UI to launch:
|If the machine has a local graphical console: Set the DISPLAY environment variable to start the installer UI locally.|
If the machine does not have a local graphical console: Set the DISPLAY environment variable to export to an XServer on a different workstation.
Note: On the other workstation, give access grants to every incoming X window. That is, if the workstation is a Linux machine, or running X over a bash shell for Windows, type the command
./uninstall.sh, and then press Enter.
Select the Features to uninstall: Select the components that you want to uninstall from the screen that lists the installed components and click Next.
(Optional): Database schema uninstallation: Select the required option. When you are finished click Next.
Verify the selection: From the Uninstallation Preview screen, verify the accuracy of the information, and click Uninstall.
The installation program uninstalls BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization.
Click Done to exit the uninstaller.
You can safely remove any files that remain in the installed location (For example,
$CPITBASE) by using the
rm -rf* command.
You must be an Oracle database administrator to manually delete the database schema. You can manually delete all database users, roles and tablespaces.
To manually delete the BMC TrueSight Capacity Optimization database schema:
You must modify this script, if you have customized user names and tablespace names.