Uninstalling on i5/OS

If you have a complete and functional uninstallation program, you can uninstall WebSphere Portal only or both WebSphere Portal and IBM WAS from the cluster.


Prerequisites

Prepare to uninstall on i5/OS
Perform the following steps to uninstall WebSphere Portal using the uninstallation program:

  1. Run...

      following

    s to stop the server1 and WebSphere_Portal servers from the profile_root/bin directory:

    1. stopServer server1 -username admin_userid -password admin_password

    2. stopServer WebSphere_Portal -username admin_userid -password admin_password

  2. Verify that there are no other installations or uninstallations running.

  3. To delete the WebSphere Portal server installed on the WAS profile created by the installation program.

    1. Log on to an i5/OS 5250 session and type STRQSH to start the Qshell Interpreter.

    2. Ensure that all active servers are stopped.

    3. Run...

        one of the following tasks, from the ProdData/PortalServer/V61/uninstall directory, for each profile you want to remove: product_offer is either Server or Content, depending on the product offering that you purchased.

        WAS system type Command
        WAS installation with default ND path: /QIBM/ProdData/WebSphere/AppServer/V61/ND rmvwpprofile.sh -profileName wp_profile -username userid -password password
        Custom WAS path other than the ND default path (above)

        rmvwpprofile.sh -profileName wp_profile -username userid -password password -waslocation /QIBM/ProdData/WebSphere/AppServer/V#/Base, where V# is the WAS Version number such as V61 or V7

        rmvwpprofile.sh -profileName wp_profile -username userid -password password -waslocation /MyWas

        Add the leavedb=true parameter to the rmvwpprofile.sh command to keep the database information.

  4. Enter one of the following uninstallation commands: product_offer is either Server or Content, depending on the product offering that you purchased.

    Option Description
    Console mode local ProdData/PortalServer/V61/uninstall/uninstall.sh
    Silent local ProdData/PortalServer/V61/uninstalluninstall.sh -silent

  5. Go to Deleting cluster members for information on how to delete a cluster member, if it exists, from the deployment manager.

  6. To delete the WebSphere Portal server, if it exists, from the deployment manager:

    1. Click Servers > Application Servers.

    2. Select the check box for the WebSphere Portal server you want to delete.

    3. Click Delete.


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