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uninstall PostGresql

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Mudhesh, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. Mudhesh

    Mudhesh Registered

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    Hi
    I want to uninstall PostGresql

    Any budy help me here ??

    Thank's
     
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    cookiesunshinex Well-Known Member

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    subscribing to this thread.
     
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    unsinstall postgres

    any body know how do it ?
     
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    subscribing, too -- want to uninstall from some servers where it;s not being used. (Also: how to make sure that there are no postgresql databases on the server? To make sure that it's not being used?)
     
  5. JawadArshad

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    Did anyone search this before opening the thread. Here is one method.

    Search 'uninstall postgresql' in search bar and you should find many threads. Best of luck. :)
     
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    yes jim but...

    The postgres is integrated with cpanel system? pgmyadmin whm, etc.

    This fix all?

    Thanks .
     
  7. BubbaGum

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    so did anyone find out how to uninstall postgres?

    the link to rpm and the recommendation of searching before asking was futile or useless.

    I used /scripts/installpostgres and never had a prob on same and similar boxes, but getting errors every 2 minutes and need to remove it as nothing seems to fix it.
     
  8. BubbaGum

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    nevermind, there were two additional dependencies via rpm that needed to be removed before using rpm -e postgresql

    funny how you find the answer after you post a question/comment
     
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    What was the dependency. Its helpful if you post exact solution to a problem thread for benefit of all.
     
  10. BubbaGum

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    run rpm -e postgresql
    and you will see it complain. it's version dependent. once it spits out the dependencies you can "rpm -e" those that are indicated, then do the main postgresql mentioned.

    my first attempts had typo and that's why I thought it didn't work.

    but it complained later that it could not find postgres in cpanel service watch/manager functions. So I had to reinstall it. So no matter what is done I get a bunch of emails every few minutes about postgres errors from this one particular box. So I'll try to uninstall it again after taking it out of the service manager monitoring and see if that makes a diff for us.
     
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