This topic contains instructions for uninstalling inSync Private Cloud. The tasks must be performed in sequence. If you complete these tasks, information about the users, devices, storage, and so on will be deleted. The procedure is non-reversible.
Step 1 of 5: Uninstall inSync Storage Nodes
The following table lists the procedure to uninstall inSync Storage Nodes for each OS.
To uninstall inSync Storage Node from Windows
To uninstall inSync Storage Node from Ubuntu
To uninstall inSync Storage Node from RHEL
Step 2 of 5: Uninstall inSync Master Server
The following table lists the procedure to uninstall inSync Master Server for each OS.
To uninstall inSync Master Server from Windows
To uninstall inSync Master Server from Ubuntu
To uninstall inSync Master Server from RHEL
Step 3 of 5: Delete inSync configuration files
After uninstalling inSync Master Server, you must delete the inSync configuration files on the inSync Master server and the inSync Storage Nodes.The following table lists the folders that must be manually deleted from the inSync Master server and the inSync storage nodes.
|OS||Folders to be deleted|
|Ubuntu and RHEL|| |
Step 4 of 5: Delete the data directories
Delete the following directories that you created to store backed up data:
- Data directories
- Database directories
- Database Logs directories
- Object stores
Step 4 of 5: Drop inSync database from MySQL server
From the MySQL server that you were using for inSync, drop the inSyncConfigDB database.
To drop the MySQL database
- Log on to the MySQL CLI as root user.
- Run the following command:
drop database inSyncConfigDB;